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Leda Tour 8 Days/ 7 Nights
Sunday - Sunday & Saturday - Saturday
From  Limassol until 31/10/2023




SUN - Arrival at the airport of Larnaca or Paphos

and transfer to the hotel in Limassol.

Accommodation in hotel. Dinner and overnight.



Breakfast at the hotel. Spend a day sightseeing the wonders of Paphos: the whole town is included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list. Proceeding Westbound along the beautiful coast, we stop at Petra tou Romiou, where, according to Greek mythology, Aphrodite emerged from the foam of the water.

We will begin our day by visiting the Ayios Neofytos monastery founded at the end of the 12th century by the Cypriot writer and hermit Neofytos. The Engleistra contains some of the most beautiful Byzantine frescoes (12th and 15th centuries). We will continue to visit the Tombs of the Kings which date back to the 4th century BC, carved into the rock and decorated with Doric columns.

Then we will be able to admire the famous mosaics of the house of Dionysus. The floors of these patrician villas date back to a period between the third and fifth centuries AD and are considered among the most beautiful mosaics in the eastern Mediterranean. We will visit later. The last stop will be at the church of Panagia Chrysopolitissa, built in the thirteenth century, within whose complex you can see the column of St. Paul, where according to tradition the saint was scourged. Dinner in the hoteL.



Breakfast at the hotel.

Meeting with the guide and departure for Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus, whose city centre is hedged by majestic Venetian walls. 

It is renowned for the archaeological and artistic treasures collected in its museums and, especially, to be the last city in the world divided by a wall.

First visit at Archbishopric complex, and the Cathedral of St. John the inside contains a fresco cycle dating 1731.

Through the Venetian Walls, via Famagusta Gate, we get to the Archaeological Museum where you can admire the fascinating collection of Cypriot artefacts and treasures of inestimable value. 

We continue to the old town of Nicosia (Laiki Yitonia), across the check-point, we will be guided to the Caravanserai, Buyuk Han, one of the best-preserved Ottoman architectures. The Buyuk Han stands in the centre of the traditional market, within the walls, nearby the Selimiye Mosque, known formerly as the St.Sophia Cathedral. On our return we will visit the characteristic village of Lefkara, famous for the local lace known as Lefkaritica, ( according the tradition Leonardo da Vinci visited the village and bought an altar cloth that he donated to the Milan Cathedral), and for the processing of silver. Return to the hotel in the afternoon.



Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to the Troodos mountains and guided tour of some of the famous Byzantine churches, included in the 'UNESCO "World Heritage list: the Church of Ayios Nicolaos, completely painted with frescoes ranging from the eleventh to the seventeenth century, and the Byzantine church of Panagia of Pothithou.

Free time for lunch and we continue to visit the 12th century church of Asinou. whose frescoes are among the best Byzantine examples. Return to the hotel in the afternoon.

Entrance fees included - Ayios Nicolaos - Panagia di Pothithou - Asinou (collective entrance fee is € 10.00 per group)





A mixed route that will take you back in time, to discover the secrets of the oldest and most famous wine on the island, the world-famous Koumandaria, the archaeological site of Curium and the traditional village of Omodos.


Departure after breakfast. First stop at Kolossi Castle located in the village of the same name, 11 kilometres west of Lemesos (Limassol). It was built in the fifteenth century, on the ruins of a previous fortress, dating back to the early thirteenth century. The latter belonged to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and was the seat of the most important Central Command among those headed by them. For a few years, in the 14th century, it was under the control of the Knights Templar. The area also produced and exported the traditional sweet wine of Cyprus, which became known as "Vin de Commanderie", or Commandaria. This is one of the oldest “appellation” wines in the world, having carried the same name for eight centuries. Continue to the village of Erimi and visit the wine museum located in the heart of the island's wine production area, the Cyprus Wine Museum will take you on a fascinating journey through the history of Cypriot winemaking. Photographs and audio-visual presentations, ancient jars and vessels, medieval goblets and old documents touch every aspect of wine production. We will then reach Curium, an important city-state, today one of the most important archaeological sites on the island. Here we will visit the magnificent Greek theatre- Roman from the 2nd century BC, the house of Eustolius, originally a Roman villa, which in the early Christian period became a public center for recreational activities.

We continue to the village of Omodos. Free time for lunch and visit of this important wine center and the famous monastery of Stravos (Santa Croce), founded by St. Helen in 327 AD located in the center of the homonymous square. We also visit the Linos cellar and taste the local wine. We return to the hotel in the afternoon.



Departure in the morning for Famagusta. After we cross the check point, we will visit Salamis, founded by Teucer in 1180 BC, on his return from the Trojan War. We will visit the theater, the amphitheater, the gymnasium, the spa and palestra.

Then we will move to the 'medieval city of Famagusta, whose mighty walls bear witness to the glorious past and the historical needs' to defend against enemy attacks.

  Next visit to the Cathedral of St. Nicholas (turned in the mosque of Lala Mustapha Pasha) in which, at the time of Lusignan, took place the coronation of many of the kings of Cyprus and Jerusalem. Free time to stroll in the streets of Famagusta and we will then visit the Castle of Othello (Venetian governor of Cyprus), and finally we have the "visit" of the part of Famagusta notorious as the "city 'ghost'. Return to your hotels.


SAT Free day for leisure. Half board in the hotel


SUN Departure

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out and transfer to the airport

€ 700

Weekly basis as from 01/10/22-31/10/23
Every Sunday - Sunday & Saturday - Saturday
Rates & Program 01/10/22-31/10/23
Send your request and pay a deposit of 20% after 21 days of your confirmation without penalty.​ 80% full payment 21 days before arrival .
Payments can be done with credit Card or Bank swift
8 Days before arrival - No penalty
7 Days before arrival - 2 100% non refundable
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Rates are per person per tour 



Accommodation in a 3 or 3* sup or 4 star hotel in Limassol for 7 nights

- Half board in hotel- Tours and transfers by bus or minibus. (*) 

- Bilingual local guide

- Handling fees

- Entrance fees to museums and archaeological sites in the program- - Everything mentioned in the program

- Schedule Return Transfer from Larnaca airport (maximum waiting time at the airport 60 minutes) - The transfer is included even if the arrival or departure dates are different from the day of group inception.

-New years eve 31/12

-Christmas Eve 24/12



TOURS are guaranteed for minimum of 4 persons.If the number of participants will be 6 or less, the tours will be made with a private car and driver / guide bilingual .




( You can choose your hotel and book only the excursions with us ) 



- Excursions by bus or minibus. or private car 

- Bilingual local guide

- Entrance fees to museums and archaeological sites in the program

- Everything mentioned in the program

TOURS are guaranteed for minimum of 4 persons.If the number of participants will be 6 or less, the tours will be made with a private car and driver / guide bilingual .


Optional Excursion

Venetian Bridges - Kykkos - Kalopanayiotis

Departure for an interesting guided tour to discover the Venetian bridges of Tszelefos and Elia. From Venetian and medieval times the two bridges cross the Diarizos river in the Paphos forest where gold mines were at the time. Next stop at the village of Kaminaria for a coffee. Continue to the Kykkos monastery founded in 1100 to venerate the Icon of the Madonna and Child attributed to San Luca. Free time for lunch near the convent and next stop at the village of Kalopanayiotis visiting the complex of San Giovanni Lampadistis, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The main church of the monastery, dating back to the 11th century, is an arched structure with a Greek cross plan. The chapel of Agios Ioannis Lampadistis was built in the 12th century, north of the first church, on the tomb of the saint. Subsequently the chapel collapsed and was, for the most part, rebuilt in the 18th century. Another chapel was built north of Agios Ioannis during the second half of the 15th century. Later it became known as the "Latin Chapel", since it was believed to have been built for Catholics. The large wooden roof, which covers all three churches and gives the complex its particular appearance, was added at a later date.

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