After the Turkish occupation of the north in 1974, Cyprus was split into two linguistic states. The Turkish speaking north, and the south which speaks both Greek and Turkish.
The Potamos Tavern on the River Liopetri. Eating Out in Cyprus Eating out around Cyprus can mean a simple, tasty, economical meal such as kebabs or burgers, all the way to a gastronomic feast. International cuisine is widespread throughout all districts and of a reasonably high caliber. The most popular of foods in Cyprus to […]
Some people think they may get bored living in Cyprus. Well, we disagree because we took a look around and found plenty of things to do in Cyprus including many opportunities to learn something new, be it for fun, or educational. Age or gender should be no barrier to advancing your education or learning a […]
Its a good thing to at least try to learn some Greek, even if only a few words. Learning modern Greek should be sufficient to get you by in Cyprus.
Visitors to Cyprus who like to frequent pubs and clubs will not be disappointed with the choices available to them. The tourist areas have the highest amount of pubs, many of them catering to the British, and offering a broad range of local and International drinks. Most pubs are open all day, through to 2 […]
For centuries Cyprus has learned how to become self-sufficient in homegrown produce. Today it is one of the major exporters of oranges, lemons, and grapefruits. The growers benefit from the year-round mild climate and sunshine. Meat and Dairy Cypriot farmers produce excellent quality pork, lamb, beef, and chicken. Goat and cow farming is also dominant […]
The Cyprus Wine Museum If you are having a holiday in Cyprus and like to partake of a drink or two, or perhaps wine with your meals, then you will find many of the International brand names in wines and spirits are available in most restaurants, pubs, and clubs. Cyprus used to be expensive for […]