In its last meeting the Kissonerga council decided to go ahead with a coastal walkway along its beach area in 2018.
The walkway will be 2km long, starting from the Potima beach and stretching to Mouttes.
President of the Kissonerga council Giorgos Stylianou told the Cyprus News Agency that the land in some places will have to be compacted while benches, rubbish bins and view points will be installed with the view of both tourists and locals visiting the area.
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St Michael’s Hospice Charity (SMHC) is delighted to announce that their first golf tournament to raise funds in support of Archangel Michael Hospice will take place on the morning of Wednesday December 13th with 14 confirmed teams.
Players’ nationalities include Cypriot, English, Scottish and South African and all the prestigious clubs like Minthis Hills, Secret Valley and Elea have submitted players.
Paphos is a good example of a European Capital of culture, European Union Culture Commissioner Tibor Navracsics said on Tuesday morning at the official opening ceremony of the Cultural Capital of Europe and East Asia Forum in Shanghai.
Mayor of Paphos Phedonas Phedonos also addressed the forum on behalf of all the mayors of the European Capitals of Culture.
A tree planting event took place in Paphos on the 10th of November, creating the largest park in the centre of Paphos, according to a spokesman.
Dozens of local students and environmentalists took part in the event, which saw the planting of five hundred and twenty five new trees.
“The park was created opposite the monument of Makarios and the soil was carefully prepared before to increase the chance of the tree surviving and also saves more than 70% of water,” he said.