As the title suggests, the House of Dionysos is a Roman villa in Paphos, whose name is kept after the celebrated mosaic floor highlighting the god of wine, Dionysos riding a panther. Its composition reminds you of late quarter of the 2nd century B.C. and mostly due to the numerable representations mostly belonged to a rich citizen of Paphos or to a member of the ruling Roman class. Further, mosaic ornamentation and mythological compositions of 2nd century are also very entrancing. The house's covered alley that leads from the entrance to a peristyle court, on which open the rooms of the ground floor is also very attention-grabbing.
The "House of Dionysos" is basically renovated from an original house. In the middle, there is a tank used to accumulate the water, is sheltered with a brilliant mosaic floor. There is also a stone series of stairs that exposes private rooms of the upper storey, and the delicacy of every work portrayed here is just wonderful. In the central scene, Dionysos himself can be seen in a two-wheeled chariot drawn by panthers with Silenus beside them. Behind the chariot, a Satyr drags an empty wine-skin and holds an apparently heavy wine bowl (krater). All these images are mind-blowing and welcomes you daily, and throughout summers, it keeps you engaged till half past seven in the evening.