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Off-site activities

Coral Thalassa Boutique Hotel & Spa is uniquely located as it is surrounded by sea from three sides. The hotel is adjoning the Akamas peninsular an area protected by UNESCO. There are an abundance of activities and sites of interest within the area to suit all.
Follow the footsteps of Aphrodite
Wake up early and enjoy your first glass of Champagne at the spot where Aphrodite rose from the sea.
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Picturesque Akamas
Enjoy a light breakfast at St George harbour and leave by four wheel drive vehicle for the Akamas peninsula.
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Episkopi now and then
After breakfast at Thalassa set of to Episkopi where you may just pass the British troops on parade.
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Lace, Silver and Salt
After a healthy breakfast at Governors Beach wander through the town of Lefkara where time has stood still and the skill of lacework and silver craftsmanship is still practiced in the age old tradition.
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Crossroads
Chew your way through a village breakfast in the forest before descending to the highest spot in Cyprus.
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Follow the sun
Start your day before the sun sets in a luxury yacht where the captain has been briefed to follow the sun or the wind or the fish or whatever you desire.
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A Day in the Monastery
Join the priests of a monastery tucked away in the mountainside in their morning routine. Eat what they eat, do what they do but wear your own clothes.
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Cyprus at its best
Experience the life of a Cypriot in the countryside.
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Horseback Riding
As Paphos is the most unspoilt and greener part of the island you are always a few minutes trot away from orange and lemon fields.
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Cupros - The ancient copper industry of Cyprus
'Cupros' - The ancient copper industry of Cyprus Both culture history and the development of copper production will be explored, starting with the initial experimentation of copper metallurgy during the Chalcolithic to the industry of the Roman period.
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Cyprus 475 BC to 330 AD: An Age of Dominations
With the Classical period the island was divided between Greece and Persia generating distinct spheres of influence between east and west.
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Island Invasions-Origins of Multicultural Cyprus
As an island, Cyprus lies at the crossroads of the eastern Mediterranean.
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The Birth of Religion on Cyprus
Female cult practice belongs not only to the age of Aphrodite, but was marked over 2000 years earlier by evidence of a Chalcolithic 'birth cult'. As the focus of deity shifted from female to male during the Bronze Age the 'Horn God' and 'Ingot God' dominated ritual administrative centers.
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Medieval Cyprus - The Church and the Crusades
The unique independence of the Cypriot Orthodox Church and the island's role as a place of sanctuary made the island a unique port of call for Crusading armies.
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The Ancient Landscape of Cyprus
A more recent focus in archaeology has been to take a wider view of ancient cultures from the perspective of whole landscapes.
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Archeological Sites in Paphos
Paphos being the Roman Capital of Cyprus has an abundance of history to explore.
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