Your guide to Cyprus
Our stunning Cyrus Sea Salt & Saffron Limited Edition packaging features a bespoke design by native Cypriot, Melbourne-based artist Barbara Kitallides. We asked her for her top 5 tips to enjoy Cyprus. Here they are...
Five-star luxury hideaway with your own private beach, Anassa Hotel is perfect. Considered one of the more luxurious hotels in Cyprus. You may even spot a celebrity: Mick Jagger, Leonardo DiCapro, Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Diana Ross, Isabella Adjani, have all stayed here, just to name a few…
For authentic Cypriot flavors with atmosphere, family owned restaurant, Arsinoe Fish Tavern is the best place to be. Located in the town square. Feast on fish of the day, drink local wine and of course a bout of people watching.
Pavlaras Tavern & Restaurant Neo Chorio, located on a hill top with breathtaking coastline views, where by night you can see the lights of Latchi, the town below.
The Akamas Peninsula National Park with sweeping views natural wilderness where pine-clad cliffs plunge down into turquoise waters.
Charter a boat for the day and explore Lara Bay, where you can see turtles hatch in September.
Quite possibly the most beautiful stretch of water along the Mediterranean coastline is Akamas Beach Blue Lagoon, a jewel of crown of Cyprus.
Step back in time. Lined with stone houses and narrow winding streets is the village of Neo Chorio. Situated on the northwest coast of Cyprus, set in the hills above the small fishing port of Latchi. This is the last village before the Akamas Peninsula National Park. Pause at one of the local ‘kafenions’ for a coffee and take in the atmosphere.
Aphrodite’s Rock (Petra tou Romiou): Local myth is that any person who swims around the ‘Aphrodite Rock’ will be blessed with eternal beauty. Located off the shore along the main road from Paphos to Limassol.