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Well we had a great time in Cyprus as mentioned, the folk ( in the south ) were great, the villages very picturesque and the weather/scenery nothing short of terrific, some more pics.
The 'Temple of Appollo' dated 2000 years BC, had an acropolis that had imprints in the ground of 64 massive columns some 12 mts high.........but today ( after the mandatory pillaging over 3000 years of course ), only TWO ...
... in 1974 the Cypriot authorities decided to have the old village demolished. To make story short the old village was indeed saved, it kept its colour and traditional style and has become a tourist trap and the centre of attraction in the round area.
5TH AND 6TH CENTURIES:
The history of the inhabitants begins as far back as the 5th and ...
... One advantage that Cyprus has is that it’s a year round destination with five foreign airlines having routes for winter 2013.
However I have recognised Cyprus is faced with multiple problems and threats which are affecting the tourism industry and potential visitor numbers to the country. It is apparent that Cyprus is heavily reliable on tourism as a source of income and jobs. However Cyprus has numerous competitors as a ...
The most interesting piece of art is the unique mosaic depicting the Virgin Mary with the Archangels Michael and Gabriel on either side.
The interior is decorated with significant frescoes of the 13th century and icons of the 15th century. ...
Leaving behind the Church of Angeloktisti and Kiti, we move on towards the village of Alaminos.
The countryside is so beautiful that a couple of stops on the way is a must for a few photos, until we come to the 'Secret Paradise' indicated by a road sign.
The beach is virtually hidden from ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking