Ayia Napa Sculpture Park

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Latest Blog Articles

The Necropolis in the Neopolis

A new Business Park is coming to Geroskipou. The Neopolis is a huge project which will transform the area. However, while studying an old map, we discovered that there was more to the area of wasteland designated for development than immediately meets the eye...

White River to Arodes

After a recent swim on an Akamas beach, we drove back to Polemi over one of our favourite off-road routes. Let's see what the Akamas had to show us along the way...

Geroskipou Antiquities Under Threat

There's a very nice church on the front at Paphos. It is built next to an area of land that until now has been empty, save for some archaeological ruins. There are now plans to build on the site, and protests are also planned to prevent any such development. We took our camera down to get a first hand view...

Kato and Pano Kivides

Nestled in the hills to the north west of Limassol, Kano and Pano Kivides are two abandoned villages that have different stories to tell. A couple of weeks ago we visited them to see what they had to say...

Latest News Articles

Thomas Cook Collapses

Thomas Cook has collapsed after last-minute negotiations aimed at saving the 178-year-old holiday firm failed.

Moody’s changes outlook to ‘positive’ on better fiscal and lower risks

Rating agency Moody’s changed the outlook for the Cypriot economy to positive from stable, citing the reduction of the sovereign exposure to event risks stemming from the banking sector and the improving fiscal strength beating previous expectations.

New Chorio council dismantles camping site near Aphrodite’s Baths

The community council of Neo Chorio removed an illegal camping site near Aphrodite’s Baths in the Akamas in the early hours of Friday.

The decision to dismantle the site, which had been there for decades, was taken after a warning from the authorities sent out last week to clean up the area, which was described as unhygienic and unacceptable.

Paphos mosaics included in new Getty Trust initiative to preserve antiquities

The Paphos mosaics have been included in an ambitious  $100-million, decade-long global initiative announced by the J. Paul Getty Trust to preserve antiquities across the world from threats such as sectarian violence and climate change.