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Fasouri Watermania Waterpark near Limassol in Cyprus is an awesome fun day out for families, friends and children. Fasouri Watermania Waterpark packs an impressive array of attractions, facilities and services.

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Cyprus has a big range of motorsport to enjoy pretty much throughout the year.  From international rallies to local speed tests and extreme 4×4 tests, Cyprus is a petrolhead’s dream.

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The west coast of the Akamas Peninsula nature reserve has some great diving and snorkelling. One of the easiest places to get to is Toxeftra. Here’s what we found when we snorkelled there.

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Under new legislation, the Cyprus Police now have the powers to collect on the spot fines and give points to motorists who are speeding or driving under the influence of alcohol in Cyprus.

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A favourite place for some snorkelling in Cyprus is Aphrodite’s Baths near Latchi on the Akamas coastline.  Easy to get to, easy to park, a beach to keep the family entertained, lots of fish – not to be missed.

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Cyprus Rally 1972

On 21 June 2012 By

Here’s another vintage rallying gem – a video of the 1972 Cyprus Rally. In the happy days before the island was split, this is pure petrol fuelled, full-on rally action nostalgia.

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The quality of sea water around Cyrus remains amongst the best in Europe, despite a slight fall in 2011, EU statistics showed recently.

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Cyprus 4×4 Rally 2012

On 10 June 2012 By

The 2012 Cyprus 4×4 Rally was held on Saturday 9 June. Starting out from Limassol, the 4x4s headed west towards Paramali, taking in a bunch of tracks across the countryside. As well as navigate the route, competitors answered questions about things they saw.

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Let’s face it, the roads in Cyprus are pretty poor.  But after the recent extreme rainfall there’s a whole load of new hazards to contend with.

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The Asprokremmos Dam is overflowing for the first time since 2004. The winter of 2011/2012 has been one of the wettest in recent years, making the overflow of the massive dam a local spectacle.

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