Travel Blogs from Limassol
... of a bottle of champagne and a bowl of seasonal fruit as a treat the
BATHROOM: The bathroom was simple and modern with plenty of towels, fresh flowers, and a full set of complimentary toiletries.
POOL/KIDS AREA: The outside area is not the same any more. The pool has been extended,
stretching now across the frontage above the secluded shore-line, while the indoor pool is also a nice ...
... and Mediterranean destinations. Before visiting Cyprus the expectation was that it was a romantic destination for couples, weddings and honeymoons however this wasn’t shown at all whilst visiting the country. The presentation from CTO also didn’t emphasis weddings as much as expected as it’s meant to be a large sector in the country. Although they did mention about going to trade shows in the UK, as the UK is a large market for weddings in ...
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 ...
... a traditional house dated back to 1820. (Cypriot Cuisine exclusively for dining).
As for the “Artima” I guess its popularity started with the visit of several VIPs –a few to mention was the Queen of Spain, Michelle Platini and Olympia Doukakis.
My friends speak highly of the new Chef Valentino but I wanted to check this out myself.
Its central location and excellent ...