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April 20, 2015 by iWP Brand Building


Water sports From gentle activities in shallower waters, to exhilarating thrill for even the most daring of athletes…! ~8 mins on foot Visit the website: https://www.figtreebaywatersports.com/brochure-2016.pdf Sailing, cruises and water tours Spend a couple of hours sailing in a guided tour and stop for jumping off the boat and swimming in the clearest water! ~Multiple …

Ayia Napa

Waterworld, Ayia Napa Waterpark The biggest themed park in Europe!  35 rides & attractions, 9 restaurants, relaxing attractions, various children areas promise an unbeatable experience at Waterworld! Spend a whole day. Recommended for families with children, teenagers and students. Visit Waterworld website: https://waterworldwaterpark.com/#top ~16 mins by car (16km) Breakout, Ayia Napa (escape room) Puzzle, mystery, …


Deryneia Village The famous strawberry grower village of Cyprus!  As one of the fertile ‘red soil villages’ (Kokkinochoria), Deryneia is the main strawberry grower of the island, and is famous for its juicy, sweet fruit. Visitors to its Strawberry Festival – which takes place every two years – can enjoy complimentary fresh strawberries and their …


Paralimni Folkloric Museum Visit a house that belongs to the past and travel to the past manners and customs! Museum exhibits a collection of Cypriot art and everyday tools and implements that showcase the oldenday, rural life of the local inhabitants of the area. Operating Hours: Monday – Friday: 07:00 – 15:00 Closed on weekends. …

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