This month brings two big events on the island. We have the Classic Car festival in Larnaca, where you can enjoy the beauties from the land, and then we have the boat show in Limassol, for the beauties on the water!
Full Moon Sea Kayaking
May 7, 5:30 p.m
Governor’s Beach, Limassol
The price is 35 euros per person. You will have your kayak and protective equipment at your disposal and after the instruction, you will enjoy the sea for 1.5 to 2 hours, on the beautiful coast of Governor’s Beach, under the light of the full moon.
Vavla village, Larnaca
7 local musicians will play in various places in the village of Vavla on Saturday evening. The event starts at 17:00 and will last until late in the evening.
Those who want to participate will receive a guide to the event and a map, so they know what streets they need to walk and which houses they need to reach! There is no entry fee, and those who do will venture out on an evening promenade and find somewhere to eat and to hydrate.
Vavla is a beautiful mountain village in the Larnaca district, which had 52 inhabitants in the 2011 census. It is only 40 km away from the city of Larnaca.
Photo credit: vavlavillage.com
More info, here
Classic Car Festival
May 14, 9:00 a.m
Larnaca, Finikoudes, at the fountain
The Larnaca Classic Car Festival has reached its fourth edition. Last year over 400 collector cars and motorbikes were gathered, so it’s worth trying and getting there if you’re on the island and into that sort of thing.
Entry is free for those who want to watch, and the event will end at 4 pm.
Limassol Boat Show
If you have saved some money to buy yourself a boat, now is the time to come to Cyprus and choose one. If not, you are welcome just to come and look and dream!
The event in Limassol Marina will bring together the manufacturers, sellers and those who want to check the market. And here we are talking about everything, from trailer boats to super yachts.
The organizers of the event say that at the last show there were made deals worth 18 milion euros between the 120 exhibitors and some of the 35.000 people that went to the event.
More about this event happening on the island, you can find out here