In its 56th year, the Limassol Wine Festival will open its doors to the public from August 31 – September 10.
“This year’s Wine Festival will be fuller and more exciting with Greek performer Bampis Tsertos and with the ‘Yiorgalletous’ performing during the opening ceremony as well as the following day,” said Nicolaides, Limassol Mayor.
This is an exceptional private hideaway in the famous Sea Caves area which lies between the resort village of Coral Bay and Saint Georges Village, the gateway to the Akamas National Park. The elevated neighbourhood stretches along the captivating seafront and you will be fascinated by the natural wonder of towering cliffs and the numerous sea caves that have been carved by the relentless tides of the sea.
The Cyprus property market has surged ahead in 2017, finally shaking off the legacy of the financial crisis that decimated it between the years 2013 -2016.
According to Land Registry statistics, the number of building permits for new homes continues to rise and most importantly, the value of these projects has also increased, signalling a lot more confidence in the construction sector. Indeed, the construction sector is a valued and important contributor to the Cyprus economy, local employment and foreign investment.
This exceeds last year’s figures which were also record-breaking.
Hotels in Paphos say they are experiencing the busiest tourist season ever, and for the first six months of the year, visitor numbers have broken all previous records.
Cystat, the Cyprus Statistical Service announced on their website that for the period of January–June 2017, arrivals totalled 1,463,206 compared to 1,255,240 in the corresponding period of 2016, recording an increase of 16.6 per cent.
In an experimental stage of history,defined the ancient technique and remaking Bronze Age pottery found in Cyprus.
Coordinating by : Andreas Fasoulides professional ceramist and teacher with the assistance of the ERASMUSINTERN interns.
The workshop is under the auspices of www.cyprusceramicassociation.com with the support of Geroskipou Municipality .
The sea caves of Pegeia and the shipwreck found there is the location where a theatre stage will be set up to host a production with actors from different
Mediterranean countries. The partners involved have already come together in creating a work on everything that unites them and the things that (appear to) separate them. The material for the project stems from the artists’ personal experiences, and the destination is a common future they envision through artistic creation, travelling, migration and peaceful co-existence.