Welcome! Enjoy Cyprus! ❤
To be continued…
Did you know that in 1481 Leonardo Da Vinci visited Cyprus? This is the story and video that connects the visit with his most famous painting Mona Lisa. Is it possible ? Well it’s not impossible! Read, look and imagine! Cyprus is the place where imagination is overwhelming!
Link: Leonardo Da Vinci, Caterina Cornaro and Mona Lisa
To continue, Cypruswelove.com is the place where you, the readers, will find a wide variety of information, from the origin of Cypriots to positions of the Beaches, Hotels, Restaurants, Cafeterias, and Bars names of successful companies providing different products and service, to the narrations of ancient history that relates to the world history! Oh, you will get inspired and refreshed!
We will emphasize and try to pass that traditional and specific Cypriot hospitality and connect it with the stories from and the dreams of ordinary people of Cyprus! Pictures you will see and photos you will make when visiting this magic island will not be enough without personal experience of meeting and talking to traditional Cypriots. You will be positively surprised by the apparent common sense they have!
We would like to thank our team and following places for their support from the very beginning.
Coffee Island Pallouriotissas https://www.coffeeisland.com.cy/catalog/view/359-agiou-andreou-pallouriotissa
Coffee Island Stavrou http://Coffee Island
To Apomero Coffee Shop http://Apomero
Jetty Sea Side Protaras location
To Akroyiali fish restaurant Protaras
Lawrence Durrell, in his book The bitter Lemons of Cyprus stated:
“Life on an island, however rich, is circumscribed, and one does well to portion out one’s experiences, for sooner or later one arrives at a point where all is known and staled by repetition. Taken leisurely, with all one’s time at one’s disposal Cyprus could, I calculate, afford one a minimum of two years reckoned in terms of novelty; hoarded as I intended to hoard it, it might last anything up to a decade. That is why I wished to experience it through its people rather than its landscape, to enjoy the sensation of sharing a common life with the humble villagers of the place; and later to expand my field of investigation to its history—the lamp which illumines national character—in order to offer my live subjects a frame against which to set themselves. Alas! I was not to have time.”
This site will try to make time for you, the readers, by giving you as much information as possible to digest and come prepared for a journey of a week or two that even might look like a year or two!
Welcome to Cyprus
Cyprus we Love ❤
Darko Richard Lancelot
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