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As previously announced, the Cyprus Rally 2012 kicks off at 7 pm on Friday 2 November with Special Stage 1 – a 3.2km all-tarmac Super Special Stage through the streets of Paphos, with the start located outside Paphos Town Hall. Spectators for this stage need to be in place by 18:20.

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The all-action Intercontinental Rally Challenge season six reaches its climax in Cyprus from 2-4 November with a star-studded line-up of crews tackling the Mediterranean island’s demanding mixed-surface stages.

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Cyprus Rally 2012 Confirmed

On 4 October 2012 By

Rumours have been circulating fairly widely the 2012 Cyprus Rally risked cancellation. The great news is the Cyprus Automobile Association has now confirmed the rally will take place as planned on 2-4 November 2012 and will be based again in Paphos.

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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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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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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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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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When Easyjet starting flying to Cyprus, they changed things radically. Now Ryanair are starting flights to and from Cyprus as well so we can expect big reductions in the cost of flying to Cyprus.

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The Edro III, an 83 meter long, 2,517 ton freighter ran aground in stormy weather in the Sea Caves area of Paphos between Coral Bay and St. George’s Island on 8 December 2011

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The fight for the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC) title came to a dramatic conclusion today with Norway’s Andreas Mikkelsen securing the title on a riveting 2011 IRC Cyprus Rally.

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