Cyprus was once recognised as a cheap and cheerful holiday destination. However, a number of luxurious spas and top class hotels have sprung up across the sunshine island in recent years. Travellers now come in vast numbers in order to sample the finer sides of Mediterranean life. You could join them on a tour around the attractions highlighted in this article.
Platres Chocolate Workshop
The friendly Platres chocolatiers have an expert knowledge of how to create sweet and tasty treats. They are more than happy to teach you the tricks of the trade in their workshop. You could even craft your very own chocolate bar using the finest ingredients from Venezuala. And then you might like to try a mug of specially blended hot chocolate.
The soil types and weather conditions of Cyprus are absolutely ideal for the growing of grapes for red and white wines. You can try some of the subtle and sweet beverages at one the wineries in the village of Krassohoriá, which looks out across the impressive Limassol mountains.
La Meridien Limmasol Spa
The friendly team responsible for the scheduling of Directline-holidays to Cyprus highly recommend this spa. Visitors have the opportunity to lay back and enjoy a Watsu underwater massage, which incorporates elements of the Chinese Zen Shiatsu therapy to soothe the entire body. After the invigorating massage you might be tempted to try a traditional Cypriot cocktail at the hotel bar.
The chefs at this fine dining establishment use the freshest ingredients to craft speciality dishes such as the ospriáda bean salad and melitzanosaláta egg plant dip. You may also like to sample the fine house wine before moving on to the absolutely delicious Pandopeleio mousse with orange garnish. The reasonably high prices are more than justified by the quality of service that you will receive.
With all this waiting for your arrival, all you need to do it sort out the logisitics, so find some great deals, with Directline-holidays to Cyprus for example, get it booked and get over here for the trip of a lifetime.