Cyprus in Pictures - September 2023
We post a daily "Kalimera" picture to Facebook on a topical theme. I thought it would be nice to give them greater exposure, so have combined them into a monthly article. The pictures here are now viewable in their original Landscape glory. So take a look at a selection of pictures we feel summarises how September has been in our corner of Cyprus.
We begin our month looking over the harbour. People have been questioning why the blue seating is still up. Well, because it is still being used. And when they put on a show here, I have to say it looks pretty spectacular, with the castle illuminated in the background.
There appears to be a campaign of misinformation on social media at the moment. I have seen numerous people saying they have been told that there are no sandy beaches in Paphos. This is of course, a complete lie. Coral Bay alone boasts two lovely sandy beaches and there are numerous others spread along the coastline. For more information, check out our Paphos Beaches Directory.
Of course, Paphos City doesn't have the monopoly on harbours in the wider district of Paphos. Latsi, on the North coast, has its own harbour, which is well worth a visit.
Paphos Beer Festival
Indeed, Latsi Harbour has a famous seafood festival earlier on in the year. And Paphos Harbour hosted the beer festival at the start of September. You can see all the stalls here.
One Final Holiday Snap
I couldn't resist posting one last holiday snap of Fig Tree Bay in Protaras though. Mind you, I have to say, that even though we have the option of using the most popular beaches, the one we return to the most is Geroskipou Beach. I wouldn't pick it if I wanted to do a spot of snorkelling, but as a place to relax and have space to breath, it really can't be beaten.