From Limassol or Paphos: Full-Day Flavors of Cyprus Tour
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- Mingle with the locals and discover the true meaning of the Cypriot saying 'kopiaste'
- Refuel with some fresh lemonade at Kolossi plantation
- Taste Cypriot wine as you take in the view over the valley
- Learn about rosewater production at the rose and sweet factory
DescriptionMake sure to bring your appetite for this day out: you certainly won’t go hungry. Heading inland to mingle with the locals, you will discover the true meaning of the Cypriot saying 'kopiaste', meaning 'come join us'. The first stop is Kolossi plantation, where you can refuel with some fresh lemonade. Next, it’s on to Agros to sample the homemade Cypriot sweets and learn about rosewater production at the rose and sweet factory. You will also get the chance to tuck into some local smoked meats. Lunch is another homemade affair, served in the village of Pelendri. Spend the afternoon tasting Cypriot wine as you take in the view over the valley. Make sure to bring your camera along for the ride through scenic highlights.
IncludesProfessional guide Hotel pick-up and drop off (selected hotels only) Lunch with a glass of wine/water Wine tasting at a local winery Sample some smoked meat products in Agros village Fresh lemonade at a plantation Drinks Souvenirs Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A moderate amount of walking is involved
- Subject to favorable weather conditions. If cancelled due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund
- Available only for those 16 and older
- Please note that the operational program is subject to change
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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