Events

august

29aug7:30 pmPhotography Exhibition "The Children of Ritsona"

30aug8:00 pm21st Pafos Aphrodite Festival 2019: G. Verdi's "Macbeth"

30aug8:30 pm35 Years Proodeftikos: Retro Night - Concert by Costas Bigalis, Dhaki, Semiskubria, Mandos

30aug8:30 pmThe 6th Empa Taro (Kolokasi) Root Festival

30aug01sep21st Pafos Aphrodite Festival 2019: G. Verdi's "Macbeth"

september

06sep(sep 6)8:00 pm27(sep 27)11:00 pmIEROKIPIA 2019

06sep9:00 pmLive Concert Chloraka

07sep8:30 pmRempetolaiki Vradia

13sep7:30 pmTributes and Awards

22sep11:00 am10th Rural Festival in Statos-Agios Photios Village

november

21nov(nov 21)9:00 am24(nov 24)11:00 amCyprus International 4-Day Challenge

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Legend has it that Cyprus was the playground of the gods and it is easy to see why. A beautiful island to visit and explore at any time of year, perhaps the best time to do so for those looking to discover more about life on the island, is in the autumn after the intense summer heat has eased and while the days are still sunny and warm.

Cyprus has a long, colourful history and has been ruled, at various times, by the Phoenicians, Assyrians, Egyptians, Persians, Romans, French, Venetians, Ottomans, and British. Each ruler has left behind something of their culture, making Cyprus the unique blend that it is today.

The Cypriot people are renowned for being both outgoing and hospitable. Always ready to have a good time, Cypriots like nothing more than enjoying themselves in company along with plenty of food and drink. Many life-long friendships have been forged from a chance meeting in a local taverna!

From the beautiful beaches lapped by the Mediterranean to the majestic beauty of the Troodos mountain range, Cyprus is an island of contrasts with a long tradition of hospitality. The major towns embrace modern life and offer plenty of see and do for all ages beyond the summer months. For those looking for a more sedate break, the countryside is dotted with small villages where time seems to have stood still and the old folk still sit outside coffee shops watching the world go by.

For more information about holidays in Cyprus
please visit the official website of Cyprus Tourism Organisation
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