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The first ‘Gastronomic Creations with Halloumi’ event recently took place on May 05, organised by Larnaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) in cooperation with the Higher Hotel Institute, Cyprus (HHIC), the Cyprus Cheesemakers Association, and the Cyprus Chefs Association (CCA).

Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 128,840 in March compared to 8,811 in March 2021 and to 55,342 tourist arrivals in March 2020.

Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) enters the year with a fresh, new ‘face’ following a complete revamp of their so loved website. 

Savvas Perdios, deputy minister of tourism, Cyprus,  recently presented the work of the of the Ministry to date, and the direction tourism in Cyprus is now gaining.

On December 13, a ceremonial visit of the Ambassador of Greece to Cyprus, Ioannis Papameletiou, took place at the office of the Mayor of Larnaca, Andreas Vyras.

As part of the wider effort to create and reconstruct existing green spaces and parks in the city, the Municipality of Larnaca proceeded with the reconstruction and landscaping of the park on Agios Chrysostomou Street.