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Cypriot coffee – a characteristic part of the island’s coffee-shop culture

Cypriot coffee, made of finely ground coffee beans in a long handled pot called a “mbriki”, is a characteristic part of the island’s coffee-shop culture.

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All about the legendary Halloumi cheese!

For Centuries, Halloumi cheese, fresh or mature, has been a key constituent of the Cypriot diet and has been closely associated with the culture and

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The Limassol Wine Festival 2017

Limassol has earned the reputation as the “Wine capital of Cyprus”, mainly due to the Wine Festival, which takes place every year in the Limassol

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Treis Elies village – taking a step back in Cyprus history

Treis Elies village – taking a step back in Cyprus history The village of Treis Elies, which means “three olive trees”, is located in the


The “Komboloi” or the otherwise known “worry beads”

The Komboloi may be one of the most typical symbols of the easy-going mentality that has been widely established in Cyprus. Whether on the street or in


Tavli : the ultimate board game in Cyprus

Picture this: sitting in a cafe in the summer breeze by the beach, sipping an icy cold frappe and playing a good game of tavli


Phini – the picturesque village of Pottery and Loukoumia

Phini is one of the most naturally beautiful areas of the island, a small village built at an altitude of 920 metres on the Troodos


Elementary school students made and gifted a quilt to Paphos 2017

Around 300 students from Nicosia have made a stunning quilt that they gifted to Paphos, as it is the European capital of culture 2017, an


Cyprus has some of the best wines in the world!

Wine has been part of our history for over 4000 years. Cyprus belongs to the old world of wine producing countries starting as early as 2300 BC.

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17 Instagram photos to get you creative with the use of Halloumi

Halloumi cheese, we all know it and hopefully we’ve all got the chance to taste it! Halloumi is a Cypriot derived product and it is