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Paphos Harbour, Kato Paphos

On 16 September 2012 By

The harbour at Kato Paphos attracts visitors all year round, who take the opportunity to walk along the quay and maybe visit one of the fish restaurants, tavernas or cafes. This place is a great location for a super day out.

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Be aware the Cyprus Police are having a big crackdown on drinking and driving in Cyprus.  

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Carlsberg continues to be the best selling beer in Cyprus, although smaller brands are gradually eroding its lead, while rival KEO is the household name when it comes to wine sales.

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The annual Cyprus Wine Festival in Limassol opens on Thursday 8 September evening, celebrating its 50th anniversary and promising an upgraded cultural programme and many innovations.

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The Cyprus Tourist Organisation publishes details including illustrated brochures of three wine routes that take in the vineyards and wineries of Limassol District.  Each is a comfortable day out – enjoy!

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The Cyprus Tourist Organisation publishes details including illustrated brochures of three wine routes that take in the vineyards and wineries of Paphos District.  Each is a comfortable day out – enjoy!

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The Fountain of Gerolakkos restaurant in Tsada was one of those totally lucky finds.  It was a dull, wet and cold Sunday when we were looking for somewhere new.  We chanced on the Gerolakkos – and what a find it turned out to be.

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Probably our all time favourite restaurant is the Olive Tree Taverna in Polemi.

Local charm? By the bucketload. Warm welcome? Every time. Good traditional Cypriot food? You bet.

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Cyprus grape harvest in full swing

On 16 September 2009 By

September is the month of the grape harvest from the vineyards covering the rolling slopes of Cyprus – especially around Kathikas, Stroumbi and Polemi.

Families get together to harvest the years grapes before taking them to the local wineries to have them turned into Cyprus wine.

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Situated in Agios Georgios on the corner of the turning to the Akamas and Lara, the Sunset Family Restaurant is well worth a visit.

Sure you can eat a full meal – including the freshest of fish – or you can just stop for a sandwich as we did.

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