Nata is a small village in the Pafos area of southwest Cyprus. It is a small relatively unspoilt traditional village situated on the south-eastern hillside of the Xeros River Valley with approximately 300 residents that is slowly growing due to the number of foreigners wanting to live there. The valley is green in winter. The Xeros river usually flows during the rainy season and is dry in summer, although it can sometimes flow in the summer if there has been heavy rain in the mountains.
It has views of the Mediterranean sea and Troodos Mountains. It is approx 20 minutes from the centre of the town of Paphos and about 10 minutes to the sea.
The biggest dam in Pafos starts at Nata and supplies water to the majority of Pafos District.
It has numerous festivities during the year especially during mid August for Panagias (Virgin Mary) day which are festivities relating to the her. It has a beautiful church called St. Nicholas in the centre of the village and another church under renovation built around the 14th century which is heritage listed.