Entries by Gerry

Paphos to host marathon

Now, if there’s one contest that really belongs in this part of the world, it’s the Marathon. As legend has it, the original was run by the Greek messenger Pheidippides from the battlefield of Marathon to Athens in order to announce that the Persians had been defeated. Apparently, he sprinted the entire distance without stopping, […]

10 Day Weather forecast from the 27th of February 2015

Spring is in the air and Summer is on the way. A slight chance of some light showers over the next 10 days, but temperatures will average around the 18C everyday. For all the latest and future Cyprus weather forecast, click here. Cyprus weather chart showing the average temperatures and hours of sunshine each month. […]

Weddings in Cyprus (A short video in English)

Thinking of getting married abroad. Cyprus is the number one destination in the Mediterranean for getting married. Cyprus, the island of love and birthplace of Aphrodite, the goddess of love. With more than 320 days of sunshine a year, crystal clear blue seas, fantastic beaches, and famous worldwide for its hospitable people, where better to get married […]

Easter is one of the most important festivals in Cyprus

It is no wonder that the Cypriots celebrate Easter so brilliantly, and with it fast approaching preparations are already underway. There is always a vibrant atmosphere with families going to church, shopping for new clothes and eating together. Similarly to how seasons change in colour, so do the aromas running up to Easter Sunday in […]

Akamas the wild side (stunning aerial video of the nature reserve)

Akamas Peninsula National Park National Parks in Cyprus Situated at the westernmost tip of Cyprus , Akamas Peninsula is included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world’s heritage. It was the first area in Cyprus to have been proposed as a national park. The peninsula, Akamas, was named after […]

Limassol Carnival Programme 2015

The Carnival is a great popular festival which has been celebrated in Limassol and all over Cyprus for more than a hundred years. As always, the festivities begin on Shrove Thursday (February 12th) when “The King Carnival of Melody and Song” will enter the town and culminate with the Grand Parade on the 22nd of […]

Events happening in Cyprus during February 2015

February is Carnival time in Cyprus, a time for all the family. All over the island you will find Parades, competitions, events and much more to cater for everyone. Click on the flyer below to check out everything that’s going on.   #Cyprus, #Paphos, #Coralbay, #Escapetothesun, #Villaswithprivatepool, #Happeningincyprus

Transavia launch 4 flights a week direct to Amsterdam.

Dutch based low-cost airline Transavia has announced the launch of direct flights between Larnaca, Paphos and Amsterdam, connecting Cyprus with the Netherlands via four weekly flights. Set to begin as of April 2015, the new route will be serviced by two flights from Laranca and two from Paphos, with fares starting from €79 one-way. In […]

There’s a lot more to Cyprus than just sun & beach

Fancy getting away from the beach for a while. Why not take some time to explore the beautiful forests, hills, Troodos mountains, and of course Akamas nature reserve. During your trip exploring this wonderful scenery, stop in a traditional village and meet some friendly locals, then relax and enjoy typical Cypriot food in a local […]

Experience Cyprus and you will want to come back for more

Cyprus is situated at the maritime crossroads of the eastern Mediterranean basin, and has a rich and varied history. Many invaders, settlers and immigrants have come here over the centuries, and the island has seen Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Lusignans, Genoese, Venetians, Ottomans, British and Turks seek to take a part of Cyprus for themselves. Cypriots, […]