On an island surrounded by crystal clear water – and with a pleasant year-round temperature of about 16-24 ° C. That makes water sports in Cyprus grow quickly, vibrant with many rich activities. Cyprus has beaches that are considered to be the cleanest in Europe.
Water sports in the Republic of Cyprus begin with light activities in shallow waters. Then to provide more fun activities for the athletes, even there are adventure sports activities.
A large number of water sport facilities are provided on the beach and the hotels you can rest on. There are some fun and challenging activities: parasailing, jet skiing, windsurfing, boating…
Instructional equipment or related safety equipment provided by water sports operators. Cyprus is the birthplace of the legendary Aphrodite – the Greek goddess of love and passion.
Aphrodite was born and lived on the island, close to Paphos – the capital city of western Cyprus. Currently, Paphos has many archaeological remains of many famous Roman villas, palaces, theaters, forts and islands.
Cyprus mainly uses the Euro instead of the pound used previously. However, North Cyprus uses its own currency. Most banks across the country will offer exchanges for all official currencies or checks.
Once a British colony, English was mostly used in Cyprus other than Greek. All street signs may use Greek or English depending on the city. Drinking or being drunk in public is an embarrassing act in Cyprus. The island also does not tolerate drug use. Driving in Cyprus following UK standards is on the left side of the road.
Droushia Village is located at the highest point of the Laona valley, 30 km from the city of Paphos, with a population of about 450 people. Here one can find everything that makes a Cyprus village a popular destination for thousands of Cyprus tourists each year.
Droushia is the perfect place for people who value nature and the outdoors. People come here to bike around, watch the wild birds