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Travel Blogs from Ayia Napa
Just tracking my flight home.
Left Malta early afternoon for Dubai, with a stop in Larnaca. This was just a drop off and pick up stop. Passengers going on to Dubai weren't allowed off the plain. So I spent an hour watching round staff clean the plane and cabin staff complete security ...
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The story behind it, goes like this:
It all started almost 50 years ago when in small coffee shops in the villages the ladies back then were making coffee for workers at first. Little by little they started having a few orders at the beginning -it could be a fried or a boiled egg, some cheese, olives, or ham etc. As the years went by, these ladies started preparing and serving one or ...
... 1500 AD, Agia Napa Monastery is the best known landmark of the village as well of the surrounding area. The Church is partly built underground and cut into the rock.
The Monastery is in beautiful gardens and there is a very old sycamore tree in front of the south gate which is believed to be over 600 years old and stands next to a big reservoir.
The belfry of the Monastery is still in ...
... venues and DJs for clubbing aficionados.
I would call it the destination of young couples and party groups, tranquil during the day with its pretty harbour and monastery, coming alive at night as its hundreds of bars, clubs and restaurants open for business.
Between the clubs and karaoke bars, there are cobbled streets, harbor-side tavernas and a ...
... outskirts of Larnaca towards the airport.
The tour starts from the Palm Promenade, passes by the Larnaca Castle, and gets to the Church of Aghios Lazaros.
Leaving behind Larnaca it gets to the village of Kiti to the ancient church of Angeloktisti. There is a stop for 20 minutes ...