If you are idly thinking about where you might like to go on holiday this year, then it is time to wake up and realise that the summer is already upon us! It is time to be forthright, decide what you want to do and get out there and book yourself a holiday! Of course, with so many wonderful countries almost on our doorstep here in the UK, it can be difficult to make a decision. There are so many different types of holiday, let alone different countries, so the first thing you need to do is to decide what sort of trip you want to go on.
Limassol is the centre of Cyprus’ wine industry and has to offer local wines harvested from the vineyards on the sides of the Troodos mountains. This city has an annual wine festival in September and a colourful carnival at the start of Lent. Also there is plenty to see and do outside of the city, such as the ruined city of Amathus and Akrotiri Salt Lake, which is home to thousands of flamingos during the winter.
Fall in love with Aphrodite’s isle, where legend has it the goddess of love arose from the waves, and discover ancient UNESCO-listed sites, wonderful beaches and crystal clear waters. Although compact, this attractive island offers a rich variety of landscapes from pine-clad mountains to golden sandy beaches.
With its Mediterranean climate, the Paphos weather, on average, boasts around 325 days of sunshine with summer temperatures up to 32c and winter temperatures around 18c. Not many countries can enjoy such a wonderful climate. The hottest time of the year is, of course, summer. And the heat in July and August might be too much for some. This is when the youth of Europe head to Paphos amazing beaches.
Secret Valley is situated in one of the most beautiful spots in Cyprus island with the picturesque 18 hole golf course and stylish but cozy club house with an excellent restaurant and bar. You are just a few minutes drive from Aphrodite Hills Golf and Leisure Resort where you can play golf or tennis or visit the beautiful spa and the cosmopolitan selection of restaurants and bars in the village square serving Cypriot, British, European and Fusion fare.Share