There are some decently-preserved remnants from Paphos' Roman period scattered near the harbor area, all dating from the 2nd century.

 The Odeon (a small theater) is still used today for summer music festivals and has 12 rows of seating. In front is the large court (95 square meters) of the Agora, which functioned as a Roman marketplace with only the foundations and parts of the columns visible.

 Nearby are the crumbled remains of ancient city walls. Next to the Odeon is a modern lighthouse and a rocky mound believed to have been the Acropolis of the town.