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23 Jun 2014
In order to boost diving tourism, first artificial reef in Pafos district has been created by sinking of an old wreck, the Laboe. Sinking of the boat, carried out under the EU guidelines, took place in Moulia area (Geroskipou) and was accompanied by a special celebration, attended by Nikos Kouyialis, Minister of Agriculture. The Laboe is a 25 meters long vessel, wich was built before the World War II. It was bought from the Cyprus Ports Authority for €30.000 by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation and the Paphos tourism development board with the EU funding 50 per cent of the cost. It is the...
21 Mar 2014
An exciting new leisure project with a huge price tag of around 7 billion Euros is being proposed for Yeroskipou in Paphos by a conglomerate of foreign investors according to local officials.Michael Pavlides, the Mayor of Yeroskipou said that the project dubbed ‘Ra’ after the Egyptian sun god could be underway by the end of the year, if the relevant permits and licenses are secured in time.The project will help lift the local economy and create thousands of new jobs.The mayor, along with other officials, met with some of the investors in Nicosia about 5 weeks ago to examine plans for the...
18 Jul 2013
We have been patiently waited for the opening of the new mall and it will soon be here. The 103,000m2’s of mall will contain some renowned brand names, restaurants, cafes, six cinemas, an arcade, children’s play area and more. The property developer of the Shopping Mall has already signed with some of the largest retailing companies, including worldwide leading brands such as: Zara and Zara Home, Pull & Bear, Bershka, Massimo Duti, Oysho, Jumbo, Public, Carrefour, K-Cineplex, Stradivarius, Mango, Tezenis, Intimissimi, Charles & Keith, Calzedonia, Playlife, Baggatt and many more.
11 Jul 2013
An award titled ‘Eco-school’ has been given to THE INTERNATIONAL School of Paphos (ISOP) for the Academic year 2012 and 2013. During the award ceremony, which took place at the auditorium of the Hellenic Bank in Cyprus, the school received the green flag given to Eco-School winners. A school has to follow a seven step change process to be eligible for the title. If the students show improvement in learning, attitude and behaviour towards the environment, the school could be awarded the title. “The school students visited the Kannaviou dam, the water museum in Limassol, Lara beach in Akamas...
10 Jul 2013
The BUDGET airline EasyJet said on Tuesday it would be expanding routes from November 2 to England with the addition of two flights per week between Liverpool and Larnaca. The new route will add to the existing easyJet destinations, Gatwick and Milan from Larnaca airport. They also fly to and from Gatwick, Luton, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh from Paphos airport. The planes used on the new route will be the Airbus A320 and will leave Liverpool at 9.15am local time and from Larnaca at 4.40pm local time. “There has been a steady increase since 2005 when easyJet first began flying to Paphos...
08 Jul 2013
The European Commission has recently approved funding of 4.1 million Euros for Cyprus. The projects approved fall under the EU life + programme, the EU’s environmental fund.The European Commission has recently approved funding for 248 new projects which cover nature conservation, climate change, environmental policy and information and communication on environmental issues across all member states.The 4.1 million Euros that concerns Cyprus, covers three projects. The first is called LIFE LIVE-WASTE and will be implemented by the Cyprus University of Technology.The project’s objectives are to...
21 Jun 2013
Paphos has been presented with a gold quality award on Wednesday the 19th of June, as one of the top 20 European destinations for sustainable tourism 2013. Out of one thousand cities, which participated in the European competition ‘Quality Coast’, only 20 have received awards and our beautiful Paphos is one of them. Manager of the Paphos regional board of tourism, Nassos Hadjigeorgiou, said: “We are all very proud of this achievement and will continue to do everything we can to ensure Paphos’ position as a quality destination.” They joy of victory was shared by all of the parties concerned...
06 Mar 2013
Ryanair who has had major success with Pafos as a destination and has proved to have been a major successful venture has decided to introduce more flights. The Paphos regional board of tourism confirmed that as of March 28 four new flights would commence to Dusseldorf Germany, Manchester UK, Charleroi Belgium and Girona in Spain, totaling 40 incoming flights per week. This will certainly boost even more tourism in Pafos. According to the Cyprus Tourism Board, “Ryanair has carried almost 650,000 passengers to and from Cyprus, which has sustained 650 jobs, underlining Ryanair’s commitment to...
08 Feb 2013
  The Apokreo festival begins two weeks before the 50th day of the Greek Orthodox Lenten period.  The first week is called ‘meat week’ (Kreatini) as it is the last week for eating meat before Easter.  The second week is known as ‘cheese week’ (Tyrini) when cheese and other dairy products may be consumed.  The major carnival festivities which everyone looks forward to both young and old begin on Tsiknopempti , which, gains its name from the aromas which fill the town and is also the last day for eating meat.  The festivities are opened by the entrance parade of the...
20 Dec 2012
Christmas is a time for all but especially for children. Isn’t it amazing to watch their faces light up at the sound of Christmas carols, the magical Christmas tree filled with presents and mostly with the hugs and warmth offered by Father Christmas.   Pafos this year in collaboration with T.O.T.T. events has set up for the first time in Pafos a unique fulltime Santa’s grotto and welcomes children of all nationalities until January.   Pafos is well known for being multicultural and this year Santa will not only be speaking ‘North Pole-ish’ as he puts it, but will have an elf with...
11 Dec 2012
FRAGMENTS of marble sculptures from a monument consecrated to the nymphs of ancient Greek and Roman mythology have been uncovered during on-going excavations at Paphos' ancient theatre, the archaeological team in charge of the dig have announced.The 15th season of excavations into one of Cyprus’ largest ancient theatres unearthed a number of significant finds, including fragments of carved marble adornments from the stage and from a monument to the nymphs or nymphaeum.Paphos was the capital of Cyprus in Greek and Roman times and its ancient archaeological remains are on the World Heritage...
11 Dec 2012
The celebration of Christmas is a joyous time for all. Pafos joins in the festivities and the spirit through many Christmas activities. The illumination of the Christmas decoration will take place on the 7th December this year at the Town Hall Square at 17:30. Other exciting events include exhibitions of art, photography, drawings and sculptures, charity bazaars, displays of handmade artefacts as well as Christmas carols and dance performances. Join in the Christmas spirit! There is an activity for all!   DECEMBER 2012 CONCERT           ...
27 Jul 2012
Renowned opera of Giuseppe Verdi "Otello" performed by the Slovak National Theatre Opera will be presented at the 14th Pafos Aphrodite Festival on 7th, 8th and 9th September at the Medieval Castle of Pafos.   This drama is one of the great tragedy themed plays by William Shakespeare. Its plot is set at the Castle of Famagusta in the fifteenth century, where Othello, being governor of Cyprus and highly esteemed general in the service of Venice, returns victorious from the war unaware that two of his men, Lago and Rodrigo, are plotting to destroy him. Lago, wishing to satisfy his own...
08 Sep 2011
18th annual Stock Exchange Sports Tournament will take place in Cyprus at the town of Paphos, between 9-11 September 2011. It will be hosted by Paphos. Representatives of 11 Central and Eastern European stock markets will contest in different sports such as handball, basketball, football, archery, tennis, swimming etc. More than 200 participants will compete this year. Bank of Cyprus is the main sponsors this event as part of its social reponsibility program, which also supports medicine, culture, education and environment.
18 Aug 2010
Ryanair, the low tariff airline from Ireland, will include Larnaca in the list of its destinations. This information was confirmed by Hermes Airports. Adamos Aspris, spokeman of Hermes Airports, described this event as "very important development". Presence of Ryanair will positively affect tourism in Cyprus and will improve its connectivity with Europe. Ryanair will hold a press conference on the 18th of August in Nicosia to inform public about their decision. Bringing Irish airline to Cyprus is a result of joint efforts of the Cyprus government, Hermes Airport and Cyprus Tourism...

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In order to boost diving tourism, first artificial reef in Pafos district has been created by sinking of an old wreck, the Laboe. Sinking of the boat, carried out under...
An exciting new leisure project with a huge price tag of around 7 billion Euros is being proposed for Yeroskipou in Paphos by a conglomerate of foreign investors...

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19 Mar 2010

Last week my wife and I came over to Pafos to finalise the handing over of our new apartment which has just been completed by G & V Hadjidemosthenous Ltd at Tala Riviera. This, as you no doubt know, involves sorting the water supply, electrics, insurance etc. Then of course there is the task of obtaining furniture. All in all a fair amount of work to be done and work that can be quite time consuming and even troublesome if someone is not familiar with Cyprus.

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