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... 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 ...
This blog about Cyprus has been adapted from a university assignment, the purpose of this blog is to express my findings about Cyprus as a tourism destination once visiting, the first blog entry expressed my expectations. I visited Cyprus with my university as part of my degree, Tourism Management, the purpose of the visit was to experience Cyprus as a tourism destination including new types of tourism such as agrotourism. The study visit took place at the end of March which ...
... with a lot of political issues possibly deterring visitors from choosing Cyprus over other Mediterranean destination. Statistics from The World Travel and Tourism Council saw that the total contribution to GDP from travel and tourism in 2011 was 17.7% which was a total of 19.1% of total employment, supporting 74,500 jobs.
Statistics from the Republic of Cyprus, Ministry of Finance, Statistical Service show that Cyprus had ...
Another Stop at Kiti
Leaving behind the flamingos and the beautiful Hala Sultan Mosque we move on to the village of Kiti, 11 kms southwest of Larnaca.
We are visiting the 11th Century Church ...
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