Our most recommended things to do in Oroklini

Ayia Napa: Musan Underwater Museum Scuba Diving Tour

Ayia Napa: Musan Underwater Museum Scuba Diving Tour

Embark on an unforgettable journey starting with convenient hotel pickup followed by a scenic drive to the mesmerizing underwater park. As you don your scuba gear and prepare for descent, anticipation builds for the exhilarating underwater exploration that awaits. Immerse yourself in a world teeming with shimmering silver fish and intriguing marine life. Navigate through the sculpture park and underwater museum, where 93 captivating works of art by renowned sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor await your discovery. Marvel at the underwater forest created by these sculptures, each one intricately designed to convey powerful messages about environmental conservation. The best part? No scuba certification is required—perfect for adventurers of all levels! Before booking, keep in mind that for health reasons, participants should allow at least 24 hours between the event and their return flight home. Conclude your dive filled with awe and inspiration before returning to the starting point, leaving you with lasting memories of this extraordinary underwater adventure. Discover more about our Musan Underwater Museum Scuba Diving Tour and reserve your spot today for an unforgettable experience!

Larnaca: Zenobia Wreck Private Guided Dive

Larnaca: Zenobia Wreck Private Guided Dive

Embark on an Unforgettable Underwater Adventure Join an experienced diving instructor for your first dive into the mesmerizing world beneath the waves. Discover the thrill of scuba diving as you learn about diving equipment, communication signals, and experience weightlessness underwater under the guidance of our expert instructor. On your adventure dive, we'll set sail by boat to explore the legendary Zenobia wreck. Marvel at the sheer size of this sunken ship, adorned with countless doors, windows, stairways, and even the captain's bridge. The Zenobia is the largest accessible wreck for sport divers in the Mediterranean, offering a truly awe-inspiring experience. As you explore, you'll encounter bustling schools of fish, majestic zebra breams, and with a bit of luck, graceful turtles and a mesmerizing barracuda swarm. Watching documentaries about the underwater world is one thing, but nothing compares to witnessing it "live" in captivating 3D beneath the sea. This introductory dive is open to participants aged 18 and above, with no previous experience required (swimming skills are advantageous). Simply declare your good health and commitment to safety guidelines, and you're ready to dive into this extraordinary experience. Looking for a truly special gift or a unique adventure? Treat yourself or a loved one to this unforgettable trial dive—a perfect way to explore the underwater wonders of the Zenobia wreck and beyond. Book now and dive into a world of excitement and discovery!

Troodos: Waterfall,Omodos,Medival Bridge,wine tasting &more

Troodos: Waterfall,Omodos,Medival Bridge,wine tasting &more

Omodos The picturesque, beautiful wine village of Omodos is located at 800 meters in the Troodos Mountains, in the Krasochoria region. It is not so far from Lemesos (Limassol) and is one of the most traditional and charming villages in Cyprus. It has existed since the Frankish era and is represented on old maps of Cyprus as 'Homodos' or 'Homoclos'. The name of the village goes back to the Greek word for street ('odos'). Omodos is famous for its wine, zivania pomace brandy, handmade and tightly woven lace, and aromatic arkatena (crispy rusks with yeast). Sunken church of Alassa The Kouris Reservoir is the largest reservoir in Cyprus and is located in the lower part of the Troodos Mountains. Water from several springs and the River Kouris feed this drinking water reservoir. Construction was completed in 1988 and the old village of Alassa was flooded by the dam. The village of the same name was rebuilt further upstream and all the inhabitants relocated. During the dry season, when the water level drops, the spire of St Nicholas‘ Church rises above the surface of the water, providing an impressive photo opportunity. If the summer has been very dry, you can even walk into the old church with dry feet. Millomeris Waterfall Between the visits to the two villages, we will try to leave the stress of everyday life behind and visit one of the most beautiful natural places in Cyprus. This beautiful place is the Millomeris falls.The name of the waterfalls is derived from the combination of two words. Millos and Meros. Millos means wet in the Cypriot dialect and Meros means place, hence Millomeris denotes a wet place. The waterfall carries the waters of the Kryo Nero River, which also feeds the Caledonia Falls. Milia Medivel Bridge Take a short trip back in time to the Middle Ages. Imagine how many people, knights, peasants and merchants have crossed this bridge. This medieval bridge connected (still does) the villages of Platres and Pera Pedi and bridges the „Cold River“. An absolute place to soak up nature and take idyllic photos. Pera Pedi Dam Pera Pedi Dam was built in 1954/1955 about 2km north of the village of the same name. The water is used to store water for the population and also to irrigate the fertile soils. Today the dam seems a bit forgotten and lost in time, so you can also spend a few minutes here and enjoy the unique nature and romantic silence. Wine Tasting – Linos Winery A winery with a 200-year history that has managed to pass down the art, love and tradition of making good wine from generation to generation. The winery produces a wide range of wines from local and foreign grape varieties grown in private vineyards under the care and supervision of the Herodotou family. You now have the opportunity to taste some of the delicacies, including the unique blue wine known all over the world and certainly a liqueur or our traditional Zirvania. At this winery, we will end the day together before heading back. Probably happy….  

Nicosia, Old Town + Bordercrossing + lunch in turkish part

Nicosia, Old Town + Bordercrossing + lunch in turkish part

Nicosia is the last bipartite capital in the world. It lies roughly in the middle of the island of Cyprus and is the capital of the independent Republic of Cyprus, while its northern part (tr. Lefkoşa) is the capital of the internationally unrecognised Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Whereas a few years ago it was extremely difficult to cross the border, nowadays it is easy to switch between the "Greek" (mainly Greek is spoken) southern part and the "Turkish" (mainly Turkish is spoken) northern part of the city. All you need is the entry document (passport, identity card) that you presented to the border authorities when you entered the island of Cyprus. Nicosia's Venetian Fortifications Totally impressive are the Venetian walls that enclose the old town. Although they have been the landmark of Nicosia for so many years and the city is now modern and full of life, much of the original three-kilometre length still remains. The Paphos Gate and the Roccas Bastion are famous for their role in modern history. Here the UN buffer zone between the Republic of Cyprus and Northern Cyprus is less than the usual 200 metres, and until 2003 this was the only place on the island where Greek and Turkish Cypriots could come close. Today, the flags of all four countries involved in the unresolved conflict (Greece, the Republic of Cyprus, Turkey and Northern Cyprus) flutter in the wind as a reminder of the island's unresolved problems. Ledra Street Ledra Street winds through the historic old town of Nicosia, divided into a Greek Cypriot southern part and a Turkish Cypriot northern part. In the larger Greek-Cypriot part, there is a lively shopping street with international chain stores. It ends in the south at the Platía Eleftherías, i.e. at the edge of the Venetian city wall. The 50-metre-wide Green Line separates the smaller Turkish northern part of the street from the southern part. Pedestrians can cross back and forth between the two parts of the street, as a border crossing has existed on Ledra Street since April 2008. The street, which was once a symbol of division, now connects (again) and is today the most popular promenade in Nicosia. Many large department stores have set up shop along it. Büyük Han A han (caravan station) was in ancient times accommodation and storage for traders passing through the city, often with stables for their horses (or camels) and sometimes with recreational facilities such as restaurants and hamams (Turkish baths). Büyük Han was built in 1572 and today is an excellently preserved and fully restored example of the architecture of the time and is one of the most beautiful historic buildings in the city. The Han is home to a variety of shops, cafés and craft studios and is perfect for a short shopping trip during our tour of Nicosia. Büyük Han is located in the north of Nicosia, but is only a short walk from the Ledra Street Green Line pedestrian crossing.

Larnaca: explore the Top-sightseeing-Spots and Saltlakes

Larnaca: explore the Top-sightseeing-Spots and Saltlakes

We will pick you up at your hotel or make an appointment with you at a meeting point. Then we start a tour of Larnaca and the surrounding area without stress, hectic and time pressure from other guests. Of course, we will show you the well-known buildings, but without forgetting to show you some photo motifs that are really worth seeing. We'll quickly notice what really interests and excites you. So our tour with you is very individual. Don't worry, we won't tell you any novels about the historical buildings, but leave it at some information and give you time to let the impressions sink in and / or take photos. these sights we will visit: Larnaca Castle - St- Lazarus Church - Roman Viaduct - Halan Sultan Tekke Mosque - Salt Lakes Before we dropp-off you to your hotel and if you like, we move to Oroklini, up a mountain, from here you have an impressive view over the Bay of Larnaca.

Romantic tour for lovers, couples or friends

Romantic tour for lovers, couples or friends

This is what awaits you: When we pick you up from your hotel in the regions of Larnaca or Ayia Napa, we will make a stop at the Lovers' Bridge. This natural rock bridge leading into the sea offers a picturesque backdrop for first photos and even weddings are possible here. For guests from Paralimni or Protaras, we offer a stop at a similar natural bridge in the Cape Greco Nature Reserve. Unfortunately, this bridge is under threat, but we can still take beautiful photos. After the Lovers' Bridge, our tour leads to the Lovers' Tree, an ancient juniper tree. Let yourself be surprised by how we have prepared this special place for you. Juniper trees are considered a protection against evil spirits, for fertility, or for love. Our juniper tree, the Lovers' Tree, therefore has a special mystical significance. With a glass of sparkling champagne in hand, you can prepare your ribbon, write your names and wishes on it, give each other a kiss, and then hang it on the tree. We capture this romantic moment in photos so you can relive it again and again. A few minutes' drive away, in the nature reserve, we then visit the idyllic chapel of Agioi Anargyroi. This chapel from the 1950s is majestically located on the edge of a cliff above the sea and is a popular place for weddings and baptisms. While you explore the chapel, we prepare snacks & drinks for you under the open sky. Please let us know at the time of booking if you prefer vegetarian or vegan options. Cool drinks are of course included. Enjoy the view of a Blue Lagoon before we end the tour with a drink and bring you back to the hotel.

Cape Greco Region - private guided Highlight Tour

Cape Greco Region - private guided Highlight Tour

We will pick you up at your hotel or meet you at an agreed meeting point. Drinks are available throughout the tour. We visit the famous Sea and Cyclopes Caves, Lovers Bridge, Bridge of Koraka, Chapel Agioi Anargiroi, Blue Lagoon and at a place you like you can spend some time chilling by the sea or swimming. The tour takes about 5 hours, and we certainly don't look at the clock. Lovers Bridge Cape Greco is home to one of the most amazing and well-known natural bridges. We call it the Bridge of Lovers. It is a masterpiece of nature. This special place is very popular because of the romance it exudes. The bridge of the lovers or the bridge of love is very beautiful and one of the most romantic places in all of Cyprus. Visits to the bridge from newlyweds and couples has become almost a tradition. Sometimes wedding ceremonies also take place here. The Bridge of Lovers is a natural rock arch bridge whose edge juts out from an elevated coastal plateau into the crystal clear, turquoise and emerald sea. The bridge was formed by natural processes, entirely without human help. Legend has it that a wish will come true if you kiss your beloved while standing in the middle of the bridge's arch. Sea Caves The sea caves in this region are a breathtaking natural setting. Here in the Cape Greco National Park there are impressive rock bridges, hidden caves and tunnels. The sea caves are not only beautiful to look at, but extend up to 80 metres underground and are partly completely under water. At low tide, you can explore this wild piece of nature on foot, and when the sea is calm, you can also swim, snorkel or dive in the crystal-clear water. According to legend, the caves were used by pirates to store booty. Of course, the cave-like tunnels, bridges and rock formations served as perfect hiding places. Bridge of Koraka Here you can literally feel the magic of nature! The natural bridge of Koraka is the largest natural bridge in Cyprus. It is one of the most romantic and inspiring places in the area. The Forestry Department has fenced off the area around the bridge as the rocky bridge is in danger of collapsing due to the waves and the deep roots of the shrubs attacking the rocks. Locals and tourists can still visit the area despite the fencing to admire the magic of nature and its beauty. Chapel Agioi Anargiroi This beautiful church, built on the edge of a cliff, is dedicated to Agioi Anargyroi. The church dates from the 1950s. Legend has it that just below this site is a cave where the saints Anargyros (Kostas and Damianos) practised. In this cave was an image or icon of Agioi Anargyron, which after some time was thought to be lost. Until one day a fisherman came by and stopped to see what it was all about.

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