... its a must stop shop if you're looking for a present for anyone, of any age !!!
Just a short walk up from the square, is one of the best restaurants in Cyprus; just ask anyone! oh, and I should warn you, it’s seriously addictive !!! Established over 24 years this venue built a reputation as one of the finest restaurants in Cyprus and every year they seem to improve. They do absolutely everything with such style, and finesse, and with excellent staff, authentic music and traditional Mexican decor and cacti everywhere !
This is one of those places that just gives you a warm family, home from home feeling in a relaxed ambience, the best pub grub and the more than occasional parrrrrty!
The Akamas Peninsula is the real Cyprus, it's a protected area and National Park and worth a visit by boat, by 4 wheel drive car, Buggy or Jeep Adventures ... whichever you choose ... Go !!!
Situated on Konnos bay, which just has to be the most idyllic location in Cyprus at the bottom of a windy avenue skirted with pine trees, a beautiful secluded white sandy beach with crystal clear water, perfect to enjoy a days watersports ... oh and free WiFi mmm!
spacious and colourful, truly international, the latest fashions by top designer names ... for kids !
... it's almost inevitable that this place goes from home dining to partying like only the Cypriots know how!
The Lazy Day Cruise didn’t get its name by accident … it really is a lazy cruise in comparison to one or two other party boats that set sail from the same harbour, please don’t get me wrong, they are awesome trips too, but The Lazy Day Cruise is more designed for families who want to chill out on the med, much as the cruise caters for all ages and many who go on the party boats also book this trip towards the end of their holidays, they have to chill sometime
I love this place, the sounds of gears and links chinking, smothered by fair ground music, the smell of candy floss and bbq corn on the cob, the multi coloured lights and occasional girly screams. It's really cool idea coz you just buy a Wrist Band depending on your ages and what you want to do!
It's a lovely idea for a truly different day out. What I really like about The Camel Park is it’s diversity, as there’s always something new to see every time you go. With such a lot of animals, there’s often a few babies around including iccle Camels, ranging from as little as 2 weeks old … they are just delightful! You can choose to stroll around at your leisure or there’s guides who offer information in several languages.