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Ayia Napa Marina was a gold sponsor in the first annual Run for Autism 10 km and 5 km Marathon April 03 along the Ayia Napa-Ayia Thekla coastal road as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Programme and through its long-term support to the Autism Support Famagusta.

As part of the actions of the Cyprus Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works to promote cycling as a means of transportation, as well as the multimodality of traffic, another 55 km of bike lanes are being launched by the State to be added to the existing 186 km of existing bike lanes. 

The island’s first archery park is being constructed in Pyla village and will further cement Larnaca region’s reputation for offering professional facilities for national and international sporting events.  

On June 09, Christos Zannettou, mayor, Ayia Napa,  welcomed the cycling team of Marina Theodorou as the final stop of the first day of the cycling route ‘BICYCLE FOR ONE EURO’ which this year is part of the corporate social responsibility programme of supermarkets.

Larnaca Tourism Board has digitised and revised the Thematic Bicycle Routes of Larnaca, with the aim of encouraging sustainable mobility.

If you have ever enjoyed a sporting activity in the Larnaca region, you will know that it offers an attractive destination for sporting tourism with a multitude of options on both land and sea. A new study has confirmed that with its continued promotion for both training and tournaments, Larnaca’s sports offering has the potential to emerge a winner.