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Artemis Cynthia Complex – Paphos Cyprus

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Cyprus to reopen to tourism in June as no new virus cases reported

With less than 1000 total cases and 17 deaths due to COVID19, the Mediterranean island of Cyprus has fared considerably better than many other countries when it comes to containing the spread of the novel coronavirus. As countries around the world begin reopening, Cyprus has become the latest to outline[…]

Wizz Air makes Larnaca permanent base, announces destinations for summer

Hungarian airline Wizz Air just announced at a press conference at Larnaca airport in the presence of Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos and Deputy Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios that it has made Cyprus its 28th permanent base. “We are here to stay,” the airline’s head told reporters. Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos[…]

Cyprus Ends 14-Day COVID-19 Quarantine in Tourism Kickstart

NICOSIA, Cyprus — Cyprus is pledging to cover costs for anyone testing positive for the coronavirus while vacationing in the east Mediterranean island nation. The Cypriot government says it will cover lodging, food, drink and medication for COVID-19 patients and their families. Patients will only have to pay for the[…]

Cyprus Airways relaunches flights on June 9

Cyprus Airways will relaunch flights to Athens on June 9, on the day flights will officially resume as per the government’s announcement, and another seven destinations will become available in July. In an announcement on Monday, the company said that in line with the list of countries that authorities permitted[…]

Update: Ryan Air: This is the new flight program in Cyprus!

On June 21, Ryan Air plans to fly to and from Cypriot airports, but will reduce the frequency of its flights even to destinations previously operated by daily flights. The full program of the company in detail:JUNE 21PAFOS-THESSALONIKIIt will operate every Monday-Wednesday-Friday-SundayPAFOS-TEL AVIVIt will operate flights every Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday-SundayJUNE 23PAFOS-CHANIAIt will[…]

Ryanair to resume flight schedule to Paphos 4th of July

Ryanair’s chief executive Michael O’Leary said on Tuesday as he announced plans for 1,000 flights a day from July. From July, Ryanair will restart flying from most of its 80 bases across Europe. There will be fewer daily/weekly frequencies on trunk routes, as the carrier works to restore some services[…]

COVID – 19

Stay home and Stay safe, for you, your family and the community. Some of us might be strong and can fight against COVID-19 who is currently humanity’s common enemy but some others around us might not be so lucky. Most of the hotels and holiday accommodation providers in Cyprus provide[…]

March 2020 Events in Paphos

MASLENITSA – PANCAKE WEEK, Sunday 1 March from 12 noon Ibrahim’s Khan Paphos Free Entrance. An old Russian folk holiday, with a variety of the outdoor activities, games, competitions, partying, eating pancakes and the best performance groups, teams and talents acting on the stage, a lot of entertainment and delicious[…]

This weekends events in Paphos

28feb Cyprus Symphony Orchestra: IRONY AND JOY  Beethoven Cycle Continued Markideio Municipal Theatre Pafos Time: 8.30 p.m. 29feb Carnival Parade 2020 The grand carnival parade will be held along Poseidonos Avenue which runs parallel to the seafront in Kato Paphos starting at 3pm. Floats will assemble at Almyra hotel and the[…]