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Latest Blog Articles

The Semi-Abandoned Village of Mathikoloni

Mathikoloni is situated in the Limassol District of Cyprus. It is a very picturesque blend of modern houses and abandoned ruins. It featured in the 70s BBC series "The Aphrodite Inheritance", so lets take a walk down memory lane...

Halloween Mysteries

As it is Halloween today I thought I would tell you about the spooky railway we discovered beneath our feet a while back. However, as we haven't been able to find out anything about it we thought it prudent to throw in some ruins for good measure...

The Anerades Nature Trail

Continuing our look around the countryside near Miliou, we are going on a walk up this gorgeous nature trail. You have three options on this route. On this occasion we take the blue pill, so join us as we ascend a lovely gorge...

St Anastasia Sulphur Spring

If you have driven from Paphos to Polis along the B7, you will probably have smelled the Sulphur Springs around Miliou as you drove past. It is a bit challenging but is thankfully soon replaced by the smell of the orange orchards which make up most of the surrounding farmland. When we we visiting the area a few days ago, we spotted a ramblers' sign pointing to the spring, so naturally we stopped to investigate...

Latest News Articles

Arrest after burglary in Paphos

A man has been arrested in Paphos suspected of stealing €12,000 and bank cards from a house.

According to police, a 40-year-old woman reported on Monday that while she was away, her home was burgled and a bag on a table containing €12,000, jewellery and bank cards were taken.

Police found the perpetrators had entered through a bedroom window.

Majority of teachers reject strike action over exams

The majority of teachers on Monday morning decided not to stage work stoppages to protest against recently introduced four-monthly exams in high schools.

After 100 per cent of the votes were counted, it emerged that 55 per cent were against the strikes, while 44 were in favour. As a result, the educators will not go on strike.

Water pumped from the sea to the land for Cyprus’ high-rise buildings

Over 13 million cubic metres of groundwater will be pumped out in Limassol alone between 2019 and 2022 for the coastal town’s construction of high-rise buildings, according to a scientific study.