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About Cyprus

Cyrpus for Seasons and Reasons

Sun and Sea

One of the benefits of being a Mediterranean island is plentiful sunshine throughout the year, and Cyprus is no exception. In fact, Cyprus epitomizes the ideal weather of the region with sunny days and fine temperatures almost every day. Extremes of temperatures are rare, meaning Cyprus has something to offer every month of the year, whether it's swimming (as late as November) or enjoying cultural sites and festivals (all year long). While seasonal fluctuations are not drastic, however, they are different


 Food and Drink

In a society of extended families with close ties, it is not surprising that home cooking is an important feature of everyday life, with recipes passed down through the generations. Having a hearty meal in the company of friends and family is what it’s all about. No wonder that hospitality and conviviality are deeply ingrained in the Cypriot psyche, so much so that pleasing has become a fine art. So give free reign to your taste buds and indulge in a culinary feast.

History

Cyprus has one of the oldest cevilaizations in recorded hystory , going back for more than 10.000. Cyprus being in a gepgraphically strategic possision was a sought after jewel in the corwn of many empires; always Conquered by foreign powers throughout its long history, the island is like a large open air museum where you can see evidence of its chequered past. Ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Phoenicians, Venetians, Ottomans and British all left their mark, making the island a mosaic of different cultures and periods.

Rural and Nature

The variety of plant and animal life and the unspoiled scenery make Cyprus one of the most beautiful places for appreciating nature.With its rugged coastline, alternating between long stretches of sand or pebble beaches, rocky shores and promontories, sun-baked plains and forested mountains, there is something for everyone.


Coasts and Beaches

With a wealth of beaches to choose from, you’re bound to find one that suits your taste. From the quiet backwaters of the western peninsula of Pafos and Akamas, to the lively resorts in the Ayia Napa  area to the east, to the comopolitan city of Limasol. Cyprus is an island has something for everyone.

The Regions of Cyprus

 

When in Cyprus, don’t limit yourself to the main cities and coastal resorts. Spread your wings by venturing into the countryside.From fragrant citrus orchards and olive groves, rolling vineyards, wide open plains carpeted with colourful wild flowers, to cool pine forests and pristine beaches where turtles nest, Cyprus’ nature will delight you at all times of year.

 Events

More than a place just for lounging in the sun, there’s lots of things happening in Cyprus all the year round. From cultural performance with big name stars, sports events to participate in or watch religious festivals,   with all the pomp and circumstance of the Greek Orthodox Church, like the Greek Orthodox Easter or Epiphany day to the Wine festival and Limasol Canival to nformative conferences where you can meet like minds. You’ll be surprised at what you can enjoy here.

 

    

 The Cyprus Seasons

  • Summer when is Sizzles For just about Summer stretches from mid-May to mid-October and means high temperatures, cloudless skies and cooling breezes from the sea. It's the ideal season for swimming, sunbathing and a whole range of watersports from sailing to scuba diving.
  • Fall Forecast: Warm and Sunny
    Toward the end of October evenings do tend to get cooler, however. In October and through November the leaves change color in the Troodos and vineyards take on gold and crimson hues against a backdrop of crystal clear sunlight. In Cyprus even mid-November can feel like summer, but by month's end medium-weight apparel for the late afternoons and evenings will enhance the traveller's experience. It is still possible to enjoy swimming.
  • Winter: An Active Season
    December and January are the months of Mediterranean winter, bringing the possibility of rain, but still an average of six hours of bright sunshine a day. This is the time of year when smaller Mediterranean destinations shut down for the season, but not so Cyprus. The island is a major business centre and has many important heritage sites and museums, all at their least crowded in winter. The cultural calendar is also alive and well throughout the winter, with new events coming all the time.
  • Spring Delights
    The first orchids bloom in January in Cyprus, and by mid-February the countryside is already alive with fresh green meadows and almond trees in bloom. March days can still be cool (daytime temperatures around 19C or 65F, 9C or 40F at night) but steadily moderate. Early spring is a wonderful time to visit to Cyprus, with pleasant daytime temperatures and many of the ancient ruins framed by a carpet of red anemones and other wildflowers.
 Health and Well-being

With one of the best climates in the world, as well as one of the healthiest diets, not to mention a way of life that’s geared to the outdoors, Cyprus is the perfect place for healthy living.Wake up in the morning to the sun shining, just what you need to shake off the blues and get you out into the fresh air for some exercise.

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