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Deryneia

November 19, 2020 by test1

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 products, such as juice, jam, liquor and ice-cream.

~18 mins by car (12km)


Outdoor Folk Art Museum of Traditional Crafts

An educative tour in the past of traditional professions! 

The museum includes exhibition areas / rooms depicting traditional professions like “Carpenter”, “Shoemaker”, “Tailor”, ” Blacksmith”, ” Builder”, “Barber”, “Sculptor”, “Fisherman”,  “Gardening room” etc.

Museum Hours:

Summer: Monday – Saturday (excluding holidays) 9:00 to 13:00 and 15:00 to 18:00

Winter: Monday – Saturday (excluding holidays) 9:00 to 13:00 and 15:00 to 17:00

Admission: € 2 / Person Groups € 1 / Person

~20 mins by car (12km)


Deryneia Folkloric Museum

Have a break with a trip into the past way of living! 

Housed in an old traditional residence, Deryneia Folk Art Museum exhibits a collection of everyday agricultural tools and equipment used by traditional farming families of bygone times.

Operating Hours: Winter: Monday – Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 17:00

Summer: Monday – Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 18:00 Closed on Sunday.

Operating Period: All year round.

Closed on Public Holidays.

Entrance Fee: €2,00 / Groups €1,00

Disabled Access: Wheelchair accessible

~20 mins by car (12km)


Cultural Centre of Occupied Famagusta

An emotive visit you must do! Learn about contemporary history of Cyprus and Turkish invasion. 

At the site of the Cultural Center a canteen and an observatory is operated. Visitors can borrow binoculars to look at our beloved city and almost all our occupied land from a distance. In the Centre’s multipurpose hall video-films about Famagusta are shown to the multitudes of foreigners who visit the center daily.

Opening hours Monday – Friday: 7.30 – 16.30 Saturday: 9.00 – 16.30 Free

~21 mins by car (12,6km)

Deryneia

July 1, 2020 by Anemoni Villas

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 products, such as juice, jam, liquor and ice-cream.

~18 mins by car (12km)


Outdoor Folk Art Museum of Traditional Crafts

An educative tour in the past of traditional professions! 

The museum includes exhibition areas / rooms depicting traditional professions like “Carpenter”, “Shoemaker”, “Tailor”, ” Blacksmith”, ” Builder”, “Barber”, “Sculptor”, “Fisherman”,  “Gardening room” etc.

Museum Hours:

Summer: Monday – Saturday (excluding holidays) 9:00 to 13:00 and 15:00 to 18:00

Winter: Monday – Saturday (excluding holidays) 9:00 to 13:00 and 15:00 to 17:00

Admission: € 2 / Person Groups € 1 / Person

~20 mins by car (12km)


Deryneia Folkloric Museum

Have a break with a trip into the past way of living! 

Housed in an old traditional residence, Deryneia Folk Art Museum exhibits a collection of everyday agricultural tools and equipment used by traditional farming families of bygone times.

Operating Hours: Winter: Monday – Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 17:00

Summer: Monday – Saturday: 09:00 – 13:00 / 15:00 – 18:00 Closed on Sunday.

Operating Period: All year round.

Closed on Public Holidays.

Entrance Fee: €2,00 / Groups €1,00

Disabled Access: Wheelchair accessible

~20 mins by car (12km)


Cultural Centre of Occupied Famagusta

An emotive visit you must do! Learn about contemporary history of Cyprus and Turkish invasion. 

At the site of the Cultural Center a canteen and an observatory is operated. Visitors can borrow binoculars to look at our beloved city and almost all our occupied land from a distance. In the Centre’s multipurpose hall video-films about Famagusta are shown to the multitudes of foreigners who visit the center daily.

Opening hours Monday – Friday: 7.30 – 16.30 Saturday: 9.00 – 16.30 Free

~21 mins by car (12,6km)

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