Cyprus Festivals 2024

Welcome to the enchanting world of Cyprus Festivals! Here, tradition, culture, and celebration merge to create vibrant and unforgettable experiences. Cyprus is a Mediterranean island that is steeped in history and rich in diverse influences. Festivities are not just events but cherished expressions of its unique heritage. You can find out about the island's calendar of festivities, each offering a glimpse into the heart and soul of Cyprus, where joy knows no bounds, and the spirit of celebration is alive year-round. Whether you're an avid traveller, a cultural enthusiast, or simply seeking inspiration for your next adventure, going to a Cyprus festival will impress you. Cyprus Festivals 2024 Platanistasa, in the Pitsilia region, hosts an annual Cherry Festival in June. Organized for 44 years, the festival offers cherry-based treats and a chance to explore the village. The event is set for Saturday, June 15th. The Cyprus Craft Beer Festival 2024 will exclusively feature small Cypriot producers and will take place on Saturday, June 15, in the heart of Larnaca. Microbreweries from all over Cyprus will gather to share their beers for tasting and more. The festival will be held at  Sunmoon Creative Space, 77 Agiou Lazarou Street, Larnaca. The Cherry Festival will take place on June 15 and 16. This event will feature the village's cherries, as well as music, dance, singing, food, drinks, and an exhibition of traditional products. The 4th Traditional Dance Festival "Our Roots from End to End" is scheduled to take place on Friday, June 28, 2024. As part of the festival, there will be a parade of Dance Groups from the Club House on Archbishop Makarios III Avenue to Heroes Square in Yeroskipou at 8:00 PM. The "Sweet Festival" is a delightful event filled with sweets and traditions, organized by the Koilani Community Council and the Women's Initiative Group of Koilani. This year, the festival is scheduled for Sunday, June 30 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the Koilani Environmental Education Center.  Pareklisia's Tomato Festival will be held on Sunday, June [...]

2024-06-03T09:29:49+03:00May 23rd, 2024|

Agros Rose Festival 2024 – Cyprus Annual Event

Every year, the Agros Community Council hosts a two-weekend festival with various activities.  Visitors can explore local workshops and learn about the distillation of roses. They can also browse the rose exhibition through kiosks selling traditional products. Throughout the festival, folk dance and music performances are offered for everyone to enjoy. Delicious food and drinks are available at the kiosks, and a community train offers rides and walks for people of all ages. Additionally, all village sights are open to the public during the festival. This is a free event; you can purchase food, snacks, and drinks separately. This year's event will be held over two weekends: May 11-12 and 18-19, 2024. If you want to enjoy this, I advise you to visit early in the morning to avoid the crowds. It's still not hot, and you'll find a nearby parking space. During the festival, visitors have the chance to see and enjoy various exhibitions of products made of local roses, learn more about the procedure of making rose water, enjoy a traditional dance program and traditional music and taste some products made of rose also as other Cypriot traditional products. Get to visit the Rose factory which is one of the most interesting and characteristic spots in Agros. You will be toured around the factory and hear how rose water is made, from which roses, when and long does it take to produce. You'll get to try rose water, rose chocolates, hand creams, liquors, and even toothpaste (everything that has to do with cosmetics is considered to be organic). Agros Rose Festival Last Year's Photos About Agros Agros is a village built on the Troodos Mountains, in the region of Pitsilia, in southwest Cyprus, which has built amphitheatrically among high mountains at an altitude of 1100 metres with a population of approximately 1,000. The village is located 45 minutes away from the cities of Nicosia and Limassol, 20 minutes from Troödos Square and 80 minutes from the international airports of Larnaca and Paphos [ref: wikipedia] Information Location: Triantafillou Street, Agros, Cyprus [...]

2024-04-28T08:44:51+03:00March 20th, 2024|

Best Limassol City Hotels to Stay

Are you ready to explore Limassol, the vibrant city nestled on the southern coast of Cyprus that captivates both leisure and business travelers? Well, you're in luck! We've put together a guide to the top-rated hotels in the city centre, which are perfect for exploring the city's rich cultural heritage, indulging in its culinary delights, and accessing its business hubs with ease. The featured hotels have ratings above 8/10 from guests who stayed there via can rest assured that these hotels not only promise unparalleled comfort and luxury but also cater to the diverse needs of tourists and business travelers alike. Here is a rewritten version of the text with corrected spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors: The following list is for hotels that are suitable for year-round stays in a central location. These hotels are not located in touristy areas or near the beach, making them ideal for both business and leisure travelers. You can expect exceptional hospitality and a vibrant city atmosphere during your stay, ensuring an unforgettable experience. Stay at the best Limassol hotels Old Port Hotel, Limassol Rating: 9.1 Old Port Hotel is a great place to stay in the old and historic town of Limassol. We offer free WiFi and air conditioning to our guests. Our hotel is located directly opposite the Old Port and Castle of Limassol, and the city's marina is only 100 metres away. You will enjoy the vibrant and lively atmosphere of the surrounding area, with many bars and restaurants to choose from. The accommodation is equipped with a TV for your entertainment. Additionally, we have a lovely terrace where you can relax and unwind. Old Port Hotel is conveniently located near the Technological University of Cyprus, just 1.1 km away. If you're interested in exploring further, Akrotiri is only 10 km away. The nearest airport is Paphos International Airport, which is 51 km from the property. The location is particularly popular with couples, who have rated it 9.7 for a two-person trip. SHOW PRICES NYX Hotel, Limassol [...]

2024-02-17T16:41:47+03:00February 17th, 2024|

Best Cyprus Luxury Hotels

Best Cyprus Luxury Hotels: An Overview Cyprus, the jewel of the Mediterranean, beckons with its shimmering coastlines, ancient history, and sumptuous cuisine. At the heart of this allure are its luxury hotels, sanctuaries that promise not just a stay but an experience. Selecting the right hotel is pivotal, for it is here that your Cypriot journey will be framed, amidst the lap of luxury and the warmth of unparalleled hospitality. Spotlight on Top Luxury Hotels Beachfront Beauties Cyprus has some of the most stunning beachfront hotels, where the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea meet the tranquillity of luxury. These havens offer direct access to the beach, breathtaking sea views, and a range of water-based activities. Mountain Retreats For those seeking a tranquil escape from the coast, Cyprus's mountain retreats offer a luxurious experience amidst nature. These hotels are a haven of relaxation, providing stunning landscapes, hiking opportunities, and a cooler climate. City Elegance In the midst of Cyprus' bustling cities, luxury hotels stand as oases of calm. They offer convenience and sophistication, providing the perfect base for exploring the island's urban charms and historical depths. Exclusive Features of Luxury Hotels in Cyprus World-Class Spas Indulge in the ultimate relaxation with state-of-the-art spa facilities, offering a wide range of treatments inspired by both modern and traditional healing practices. Gourmet Dining Experiences Embark on a culinary journey with Michelin-starred chefs and local gastronomic delights, all within the elegant settings of your hotel. Private Beach Access Enjoy the exclusivity of private beaches, offering a serene and uncrowded beach experience, complete with luxurious amenities. Cultural and Historical Charm of Cypriot Hotels Integrating History in Luxury Many luxury hotels in Cyprus are steeped in history, offering guests a unique opportunity to live amidst the narratives that shaped the island, all while enjoying modern comforts. Architecture and Design The architecture and design of Cyprus's luxury hotels often reflect the island's rich cultural heritage, blending traditional elements with contemporary luxury. [...]

2024-03-23T20:11:51+03:00February 4th, 2024|

Cyprus Carnival Events 2024

Cyprus Carnival is one of the island's most popular and vibrant cultural events. During the Carnival period, the island comes alive with a colourful parade in all the cities, with people wearing costumes and dancing to traditional music. Limassol is the principal city that hosts most carnival events all over the island and hosts the biggest parade in Europe. This year, the Cyprus Carnival 2024 will occur between March 07 and 17, and promises to be bigger and better than ever before. If you're looking for a unique and exciting way to experience the culture and traditions of Cyprus, then the Limassol Carnival is the perfect event for you. In this post, we'll take a closer look at what you can expect from the carnival period and provide you with a list of Cyprus Carnival Events. Last Update: 03/03/2024 Limassol Carnival Events The Tsiknopempti Parade and the King’s arrival in the city will be led by the Limassol Carnival’s Flame King. The parade will commence at Grigoris Auxentiou Square (located in front of the Governor’s Office), travel through the streets of the old town and conclude back at Grigoris Auxentiou Square. A celebration of song and dance will commence afterwards. Agro Cyprus and Leggo Cy are introducing their first Carnival Land event, a day-long music festival at The Warehouse in Limassol on March 7th at 3pm. Dress up in your best carnival costume for a chance to win a prize! Tickets: Early bird €10, Second release €15, Presale €20, At the door €25. Street and traditional local food, Tsiknosweets, first-class cocktails, and a Shisha Lounge. For tickets and info, contact: 99917160/97902609/99928147. Join the Limassol Cycling Club for the annual Carnival Bike Ride through the city. Cycle through narrow streets and enjoy the musical wagon's frenzy carnival songs. All residents are welcome to wear crazy masks and join the fun. Meet on time at the starting point, the Medieval Castle near the Old Limassol Port. On Sunday, March 10th, young children will have their own special event with the Children’s Carnival [...]

2024-03-04T09:24:19+03:00January 28th, 2024|

Cyprus Christmas Events 2023/2024

We're thrilled to share that the joy and celebration of the Christmas season are far from over on our website! While the holiday lights still twinkle and the echoes of carols linger, we're excited to announce that our festive offerings are continuing. Stay Tuned for More Events! Trip Experiences is working tirelessly to update the website with various Cyprus events and activities. Looking Ahead: Christmas 2024 We're also delighted to let you know that plans for Christmas 2024 are already underway! Mark your calendars, as we will be launching a brand new page dedicated to Christmas Events 2024 this coming October. Expect a wonderland of new features, events, and festive surprises. Thank You for Your Continued Support Your enthusiasm and participation in Cyprus Christmas Events 2023 make all our efforts worthwhile.  Here's to keeping the festive spirit alive all year round Last Update: 18/01/2024 Related Articles Cyprus Winter Activities Top 10 Cyprus Winter Cozy Places to Stay Cyprus wineries worth visiting

2024-01-18T20:29:00+03:00November 15th, 2023|

10 Charming Cyprus Villages

Cyprus, a picturesque island nation in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, is celebrated for its rich cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and warm hospitality. This destination is a haven for holiday village Cyprus enthusiasts and Cyprus agrotourism, offering a unique blend of leisure and cultural exploration. Across the island, numerous enchanting Cyprus villages await exploration across the island, each with its own distinct history, architecture, and traditions. In this article, we delve into 10 of the most scenic villages to visit in Cyprus. Ranging from traditional mountain settlements to charming coastal towns, these locales offer a deep dive into the rural lifestyle of Cyprus and highlight the island's natural splendour. Perfect for history aficionados, nature enthusiasts, or those searching for a tranquil retreat, these villages promise an unforgettable experience in the heart of Cyprus agrotourism, showcasing why Cyprus is a premier destination for those interested in exploring holiday village Cyprus opportunities and the serene beauty of its villages. 1. Omodos Village Omodos is a must-visit for anyone looking to experience the traditional rural life of Cyprus and appreciate its natural beauty. It is one of the most picturesque and well-preserved villages on the island, known for its traditional architecture, stunning mountain scenery, wine production, and rich cultural heritage. The village is surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, providing a peaceful and serene environment. The narrow, cobbled streets are lined with charming stone houses, many of which have been converted into taverns, cafes, and souvenir shops. Visitors can enjoy a stroll through the village, admiring its beautiful old buildings, or stop at one of the many cafes for a refreshing drink or light meal. One of the main attractions of Omodos is its ancient Monastery of the Holy Cross. Visitors can admire the impressive frescoes and religious artifacts on display and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the monastic complex. Another highlight of Omodos is its production of Commandaria, a sweet dessert wine that is considered one of the oldest wines in the world. Visitors can sample this delicious wine at one of the many local taverns and [...]

2024-02-07T16:10:35+03:00November 11th, 2023|

Cyprus Winter Activities

Do you know that Cyprus is a great destination for winter? There are a number of Cyprus Winter Activities locals and tourists can do, from skiing on the Troodos Mountains to hiking on scenic trails, to tasting wine at a winery, Cyprus offers a wide range of experiences that are perfect for the cold season. Not only will you get to enjoy the mild weather and breathtaking views, but you'll also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the island's rich history and culture. In this post, we'll take a closer look at some of the best winter activities in Cyprus and give you some tips on how to make the most of your winter getaway. 1. Skiing and Snowboarding Skiing in Cyprus may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about winter Cyprus activities, but Cyprus has a few ski resorts in the Troodos Mountains that offer ski and snowboarding opportunities during winter months. Troodos Mountains is the island's highest range, which has several ski resorts with slopes for both beginners and advanced skiers. The most popular ski resort in Cyprus is the Troodos Ski Resort, which is located in the central part of the island. It offers a range of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels, with the longest run being around 1.5 km. The resort also offers ski and snowboard rental, ski school, and other facilities such as a ski lodge and a restaurant. The other ski resorts in Cyprus, such as the Olympus Ski Center and the Karvounas Ski Center, are smaller and offer fewer slopes, but they still provide an opportunity for skiing and snowboarding. The ski season in Cyprus typically runs from December to April, depending on the snowfall. The Troodos Mountains receive an average of about 2 meters of snowfall per season, which allows for a good ski experience. It's important to keep in mind that the ski resorts in Cyprus are relatively small compared to those in more well-known skiing destinations, and the snow conditions may not always be [...]

2023-12-05T18:56:45+03:00October 14th, 2023|

Limassol Wine Festival 2023

The Limassol Wine Festival is a 10-day annual cultural and vibrant event that takes place every year, since 1961 around September. The Limassol Wine Festival, one of the most popular events in Cyprus, takes place in the Limassol Municipal Gardens, which are located on the east side of the town near the sea. This year, the 62nd annual Limassol Wine Festival event is taking place during the 7th – 15th October 2023.  There are pavilions on both sides of the main entrance belonging to the Limassol wineries including ETKO, KEO, LOEL, SODAP, and LAONA, where the visitors can taste, free of charge, all kinds of wines. When you purchase your entrance ticket, you are also given a 20% discount voucher which you can redeem at these wineries  (applies to 1 bottle, excluding Commandaria). During the event, you will enjoy a celebration of food and wine. There's a variety of kiosks that cook Cypriot food e.g. mostly souvlakia. You'll get to listen to Cypriot music and watch Cypriot and Greek dancing. If you happen to be in Cyprus during this period, a visit to Limassol would not be complete without attending one of the biggest and most significant cultural events on the island. View the full program to see what kind of activities and events have been planned and plan your visit. VIEW FULL PROGRAM Limassol Wine Festival Tickets Adults: over 18 years old: €5.00 Children/ Teenagers (6 – 17 years old):  €3.00 20% off all bottled wines (applies to 1 bottle, excluding Commandaria) from ETKO, LOEL, KEO or SODAP wineries. Plastic wine bottle: 1.50 Euro Wine glass: 1.50 Euro Wine glass with stem: 2.50 Euro For more information visit the official Limassol Municipality website.  Venue Address Lemesos Municipal Gardens 28th October Avenue Lemesos, Cyprus Operating Times Weekdays 19:00 - 00:00 Saturday & Sunday 19:00 - 00:00 Get a glimpse into the event by watching the following video. For more Limassol activities, check out Limassol Things to Do For more Cyprus Festivals in 2023 check out Cyprus Festivals 2023 If you love [...]

2023-10-17T13:39:04+03:00September 9th, 2023|

Cyprus Summer Events 2024

Are you ready for an unforgettable summer in Cyprus? As the sun shines brighter and the days grow longer, this Mediterranean gem comes alive with exciting events and festivities that cater to every taste and interest. Whether you're a culture enthusiast, a music lover, a sports fan, or a foodie, Cyprus has something spectacular in store for you. In this post, we'll take you on a journey through all the cities of Cyprus, unveiling a diverse lineup of events happening this summer in each location. From captivating performances and thrilling sports competitions to mouthwatering culinary experiences and lively cultural celebrations, this guide will ensure that your summer in Cyprus is nothing short of extraordinary. So, are you ready to pack your bags, grab your sunglasses, and dive into the exciting world of events awaiting you in the beautiful cities of Cyprus this summer? Let's get started! As summer 2024 draws near, we want to keep you informed about the various exciting events and activities happening around you. Our comprehensive guides and updates will help you plan the perfect holiday, whether you're looking for local festivals, outdoor concerts, or serene beach getaways. View Cyprus Festivals 2024. Limassol Summer Events Stay Tuned Paphos Summer Events Stay Tuned Ammochostos Summer Events Paralimni Youth is organizing the ITF-approved World Beach Tennis Championship for the fourth time. Athletes from all over the world will gather at Ayia Triada beach for three days of thrilling competition and fun. Last year's tournament was a huge success, with 122 athletes participating, 82 of whom were from abroad. This highlighted the event's popularity. Paralimni Youth, with volunteer efforts, support from sponsors and the Paralimni Municipality, aims to exceed last year's success and host one of the island's biggest summer sports events once again. The biggest and most impressive outdoor film festival is back for its tenth edition at Levkolla Square in Protaras. It's a popular attraction for both local Cypriots and international tourists from all [...]

2024-02-08T10:14:59+03:00July 2nd, 2023|
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