The rejuvenation of the central square and adjacent roads in Paphos’ Mandria village was recently completed and delivered to the public, Paphos District Governor Mary Lambrou said on Saturday.

The total cost of the project reached €764,990, with the amount being covered by the Paphos District Administration’s state development budget.

According to Lambrou, the completion of the project has resulted in the village’s centre being greatly improved, while also being upgraded with new parking and event spaces.

Lambrou also noted that there are already a number of cafes and taverns in the centre of the community, which are visited by many locals and visitors.

Moreover, landscaping and tree planting have further improved the area.

The project started in 2021 and was recently completed.

Later this year, Mandria’s main community building will be renovated in a major way, allowing the building to be used as a cultural centre, which will also be able to service adjacent communities and villages.

The renovation has an estimated cost of approximately €405,000 and is expected to be completed by 2023.