SeaChange International SEAC, a leading global video software company, has announced their supplying of their Adrenaline VOD solution for the Cablenet of Cyprus. The cable provider’s existing SeaChange STAGIS and CASIS solutions will now be aptly supported by the cutting edge software. If you visit Cyprus, and watch cable television or use the Internet, chances are you’ll use Cablenet.
Kyrenia is a small town in Northern Cyprus, right on the northern coast. With a long, dry, hot summer, affordable accommodation, and plenty to see, it may be a perfect choice for a Cyprus vacation.
For travelers to Cyprus this coming weekend, March 3-4, the Amathus Beach Hotel in Limassol will host The Nordic Trade Fair. The exhibition will feature Nordic craftsmen and entrepreneurs as well as Cypriot companies.
Magnuson Hotels Group, the world’s largest independent hotel chain, has announced the rebranding of Corallia Beach Hotel in Cyprus. Located on the pristine Western coast of the Cyprus, the hotel looks out over Coral Beach and the bay beyond, a perfect setting for a memorable family getaway.
Larnaca is a great, modern, summertime destination for those taking flights to Cyprus on the lookout for fun, sun and sand.
Argophilia Travel News has selected ten of the most interesting and diverse events in Eastern Europe to help you choose a destination for 2012.
Autumn is a very important season of the year on Cyprus. It is the time of the olive and other harvests. As in most other Mediterranean countries, the olive plays a significant role in the lives of the people here on the Island, as does the harvest season in general. And, while olives are but one small part of the worldly diet, they are an important one.
Travel writers always talk about Cyprus as if the Island is some kind of Las Vegas, or Miami Beach, mindless romp through shallow vacation bliss. Well, I suppose it can be that too, if the visitor wants it to be. But, for most travelers, Cyprus can be a little treasure filled jewelry box, or even a lush, artsy craft market – a very large one at that. Here in Cyprus, we’re out of our gourds over arts and crafts, let me explain.
Cyprus enjoys an enviable worldwide reputation as a sun and sea holiday destination. Sunshine year-round, azure skies, tepid waters, the Island is a legendary paradise. But, away from the tourist areas, the Cyprus countryside has a diverse wealth of its own, the traditional villages, vineyards and wineries not so many touristy websites inform us about. Those tiny fresco- painted churches, remote monasteries, and cool shady forests you’ve yet to discover.
I often asked myself, like most people in Cyprus I think, why we drive on the left side of the road here? Legend has it, this left hand driving rule came from none other than the Knight Crusaders could more easily grab their swords with their right hand, so they rode on the left? Okay, it makes little sense to me too, but read on.
Cyprus, this beautiful Island of immeasurable historic and aesthetic value. Kipro to the Greeks, Kibris to the Turkish, by whatever name this ancient paradise is called, its name is a sirens song.
The 15th International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama is in full swing in Cyprus, with participants from Greece, Belgium, England, China and the host county. The festival kicked off on July 1st, at the Kourion Ancient Theatre in Limassol with Euripides’ Cyclops, presented by Amphiktio Theatre, a Cypriot theatre company. It will continue for the […]