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17 September
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18 September
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19 September
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20 September
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21 September
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22 September
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23 September
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Cosmopolitan Limassol, with its stunning mountain backdrop and sophisticated cafés, is the largest coastal resort in Cyprus. The sun-drenched seaside promenade is lined with buzzing bars and endless tavernas and restaurants, and if you head inland, its narrow streets, ancient buildings, open air cafes and coffee shops characterize its buzzy Old Town.

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Cosmopolitan Limassol, with its stunning mountain backdrop and sophisticated cafés, is the largest coastal resort in Cyprus. The sun-drenched seaside promenade is lined with buzzing bars and endless tavernas and restaurants, and if you head inland, its narrow streets, ancient buildings, open air cafes and coffee shops characterize its buzzy Old Town.

An Explorer for a Day

Feeling active? Why not jump on a jeep safari and explore the Akamas Nature Reserve with a walk through the incredible Avakas Gorge. Or learn a little about the local vintage with a winery visit and tasting. For a more sedate pace, take a cruise around the island. For a little history, the capital city of Lefkosia (Nicosia) is the place to visit. Home to Archbishop Palace, it was built in the early fifties and was close to nearly being destroyed during the invasion of 1974.

Tantalising Time Off

With plenty of historic sites and towns bustling with character, this ‘Greek’ part of the island of Cyprus certainly has a colourful and eventful history, with various rulers laying claim to the birthplace of Aphrodite, the goddess of love. With a wide range of optional excursions on offer, and countless regions to discover, Cyprus has something for everybody. The Troodos Mountains boast panoramic views at Throni and shelter the historic Kykkos Monastery, while if we head across the border to the Northern part of the island over the Pentadaktylos Mountains, Bellapais awaits with the ruins of its Gothic Abbey.

More To Explore*

Troodos Mountain and villages tour
Akamas Jeep Safari
Take a step back in time with a trip into Nicosia

*Any excursions bookable in resort are subject to availability

Elias Beach Hotel****

Our luxurious seafront hotel overlooks a Blue Flag sandy beach in the ancient Amathus area of the resort and the main town of Limassol is a 25 minute bus journey.

Facilities include

Facilities include 2 restaurants, pool bar, cocktail bar, café, fresh water swimming pool, indoor pool with Jacuzzi, and a spa (extra charges apply).


Rooms Include 

Rooms are comfortably and tastefully appointed and include air-conditioning, satellite TV, a telephone, hairdryer and a private balcony or terrace.


4 hours 


GMT + 2 hours


Average Daily Maximum:

Jan, Feb, Mar 12°C,
Apr 16°C, May 20°C,
Jun 24°C, Jul, Aug 26°C,
Sep 24°C, Oct 20°C,
Nov 17°C, Dec 13°C

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Useful Information

Transfer Time
The transfer from Larnaca airport to the hotel is approximately 40 minutes.

Optional or Pre-Bookable Excursions
These are just a few of the tours, which may be available to you depending on the time of year and the numbers interested. Full details of all the excursions available will be advised at the Information Meeting. Prices may vary, depending on numbers etc and are only a guideline. All tours should be paid for in euros only. The exact amount will be given at your Information Meeting. Your Tour Leader will help arrange these for you but may not necessarily accompany you.

Mountain Villages - Troodos Mountains Tour

This full day excursion begins with leaving Limassol we drive through the new village of Mathikoloni. We pass through the evergreen forest area of Agia Paraskevi and the unspoiled and pretty mountain villages surrounded by pine, olive, apple trees and grape vines, to one of the most traditional villages in Cyprus Agros Village. We will stop at the village square and visit the delicious “Niki Sweets” where you can see how the natural sweets and jams are made. We then move on to Church of Agios Nikolaos tis Stegis (St. Nicholas of the Roof). It is the only surviving catholicon (monastery church) of an 11th century Byzantine monastery in Cyprus. We continue our ride through the forests to arrive at Kakopetria village. We will enjoy a lovely walk in the old part of the village ‘’Palia Kakopetria’’ through the narrow streets and see the traditional stone houses of the area. We will stop for lunch in one of the village restaurants where you can try home cooked dishes or order a snack from the menu. (Lunch is optional and is not included in the price). There will also be free time to explore this interesting village. You will also have the opportunity to visit one of the largest waterfalls on the island Milomery Waterfalls. Experience the cool spring waters and luscious vegetation surroundings. We will visit one of the local wineries, where wine has been made for thousands of years, handed down from father to son for many generations. Enjoy tasting the delicious Cyprus wines. Returning to Limassol we pass by the hillsides and view the Cyprus countryside with many vineyards, cherry / citrus fruit and nut trees

Cost: Approximately Euro 40.00

Akamas Jeep Safari

This full day excursion will take us to The Akamas Peninsula is a nature preserve that forms the south-western tip of the island. In this magical and unexplored countryside, we will admire the beautiful landscape and coastal area. Akamas is a nature preserve: 168 species of birds, 12 mammals, 20 reptiles and 16 butterflies have been identified there. We will visit: Aphrodite`s Birthplace. Aphrodite`s rock According to legend, the Goddess of Love and Beauty was born from the foam of the sea at this spot - next to the rock of Petra tou Romiou. Avakas Gorge One of the island`s natural wonders, with 30 meters high limestone walls. Have a little walk deeper inside and you will be surprised at the breath-taking view of the natural beauty. Lara Bay Well known as the breeding ground of the famous Green Turtles of the Mediterranean. Beautiful views of the bay, and information stands regarding the turtles. The Cyprus Government was one of the first in Mediterranean, to protect the turtle population and beaches where they nest. Baths of Aphrodite Hidden among the lush vegetation, this is where the Goddess of love bathed with her lover, Adonis. Don`t forget to wash your face at the source of rejuvenation and next day you will wake up 10 years younger. We will stop at a traditional Cypriot tavern, which is situated on the beautiful beach of Latsi. You may try a typical Cypriot Meze or a mix of local and international cuisine. (Lunch is optional and is not included in the price). During this stop, you will have the opportunity to swim.

Cost: Approximately Euro 60.00

Larnaca & Nicosia

This full day excursion will take us to Finikoudes Promenade (Larnaka Waterfront) where the famous Palm Tree lined seafront with many cafes and restaurants. It is also very popular with local Cypriots. We then move on to Ayios Lazaros Church. The magnificent church was built by Emperor Leo VI, in the 9th century. Restoration carried out in the 17th century, keeping faithfully to the original plan, and the church can be called one of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture. The tomb of St. Lazaros, who after he was raised from the dead in Bethany by Christ, came to Cyprus and lived here for another thirty years and was consecrated as the Bishop of Kition by St. Barnabas and St. Mark, can be seen under the sanctuary. We will then move on to Nicosia where we will visit: Archbishop Palace. Built in the early fifties and much fighting took place there during the invasion of 1974, when it came close to being completely destroyed. Rebuilt in the eighties, the Archbishop's Palace is once again a grand building and particularly to see the bust of Archbishop Kyprianos outside, a religious leader executed by the Turks in the 1820s. St John’s Cathedral (Ayios Ioannis) was built in 1665 within the courtyard of the archiepiscopal palace. Look for the 18th-century murals illustrating important moments in Cypriot religious history and including a depiction of the tomb of St. Barnabas. Laiki Geitonia (shopping) traditional neighborhood houses with narrow winding streets and craft shops. It is a very popular area for both locals and tourists and there are many cafes and restaurants in the area for lunch or a snack during free time. The Leventis municipal museum of Nicosia View the impressive and significant collections, with unique objects from the history of the town, which are also highly treasured sources of information on the history of Cyprus. Ledras Street (Shopping area) The most lively part of the old city with narrow streets, boutiques. View Point Shacolas Building (11th floor) Take your passports with you and you can cross over (optional) between the Cypriot southern and northern Turkish occupied parts of Cyprus which barrier has been opened since April 2008

Cost: Approximately Euro 35.00

There is often confusion on the question of gratuities, since it frequently depends on the type of holiday, location and, of course, your attitude towards tipping, as to what is normally expected. In order to give you a rough idea, we have given appropriate guidance below.

Your Tour Leader will be on hand to offer advice or suggestions if required but gratuities are offered entirely at the sole discretion of the individual. We suggest a group collection to cover drivers, porters and hotel staff of €15.00. Your Tour Leader will collect this on your behalf and distribute it accordingly, thus relieving you of the burden of who, when and how much to tip. The tipping of housekeeping will be left to your individual discretion (a small amount left in your room on departure should cover this and would be much appreciated). As is customary, ‘the hat’ will be passed around for the driver and guide on all optional excursions. For any meals that are not included in your itinerary, or taxi fares, your Tour Leader can advise of an appropriate Ͽo add on.

Temperature (Average Daily Maximum ºC)
21°C Nov 17°C Dec 15°C Jan 16°C Feb 17°C Mar

Dress Code
Medium weights for Winter. Casual “layers” for the autumn and spring months and a warm jacket is recommended for the cool mornings and evenings. Comfortable shoes are a “must” for sightseeing. The hotel prefers reasonably smart dress for dinner – gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers and a formal shirt.

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Choose an overseas holiday with confidence.  All holidays include flights and transfers in resort and are fully ATOL protected.

Depart Return Nights Age Group Price COMMENTS  
10 Nov 2018 17 Nov 2018 7 All Ages £ 1159 BOOK
23 Dec 2018 30 Dec 2018 7 All Ages £ 1405 BOOK
30 Dec 2018 06 Jan 2019 7 All Ages £ 1345 BOOK
13 Jan 2019 20 Jan 2019 7 All Ages £ 1059 BOOK
20 Feb 2019 27 Feb 2019 7 All Ages £ 1029 BOOK
23 Mar 2019 30 Mar 2019 7 All Ages £ 1110 BOOK
20 Apr 2019 27 Apr 2019 7 All Ages £ 1345 BOOK

What's included:

  • Return flights & transfers
  • Airport taxes & charges
  • Twin/double room for single use with private facilities
  • Welcome drink and information meeting
  • Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
  • All-Inclusive:
    Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Daily snacks (11am -12pm and – 3pm - 6pm)
  • Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks (10am – 11pm)
  • Ice Cream from 11.30am – 10pm)
  • Daily entertainment and activities
  • Festive Christmas Day & Special New Year’s Eve Dinners (Dec)

What’s extra:

  • Insurance see here
  • Superior Seaview supplement


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