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An enchanting island, steeped in myth and romance. Cyprus has been welcoming visitors for thousands of years with the Romans and Greeks having all added to the island’s culture. And now, holidays in Cyprus offer superb beaches, secluded villages, cosmopolitan resorts, unique historic attractions - with new direct flights from Dublin to Larnaca and Paphos.
The Association of Ireland Festival Events (AOIFE) based in the Town Hall Theatre, Ballinasloe has been contracted by the EU Commission as one of 28 festival hubs in a major, pilot festival labelling and awards programme for the next two years.
There is a new-found interest in the contemporary. Among modern holidaymakers, the desire to experience a purity of accommodation can be an endless journey, a quest often left unfulfilled, a search for the place that will take your breath away. So many hotels offer the contemporary lifestyle by just putting down a wooden floor and bit of Wenge furniture.
Cyprus has been described as ‘the island of all seasons’ and rightly so. It is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys 340 days of sunshine per year. Winters are mild and short with temperatures varying from cool along the coast to cold in the Troodos Mountains where there is seasonal skiing.