Elya Beach Suites

Elya Beach Suites – Larnaca, Cyprus

We welcome you to a unique complex of Holiday Beach Suites in Cyprus

Family owned and operated ‘Elya Beach Suites’ is situated among olive trees which is designed to offer a quiet and peaceful escape. It is located away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, making it the perfect choice for visitors seeking a quiet and relaxing holiday. We strive to deliver a service bundled with many extras that will make your stay as comfortable and homely as can be.

Spacious stone clad beach houses with front line sea view for up to 6 people. Perfect for the family and a self-catered holiday providing full kitchen facilities. Barbecues are also available for cooking in a traditional Cypriot style. Dine outside on the spacious patios of the beach houses. Enjoy our Jacuzzi bath in the Deluxe Studio otherwise we offer en-suite showers in all other rooms. Featuring direct access to an exclusive clean sandy beach with clear, clean sea. Great surroundings of a large garden equipped with sun-beds for total relaxation on the sea.

Why Elya Beach Suites

  • On The Beach
  • Exclusive Sandy Beach With Direct Easy Access
  • Large Dual Depth Swimming Pool
  • Large Verandas & Patios
  • Satellite TV
  • Free Wifi Everywhere
  • Designated Covered Parking
  • Located between 3 major cities
  • Remote Quiet Location

Maris Studio – Virtual Tour – Panoramic Photography – Google Street View

Maria A. Aristidou Studio first started after going viral through social media and web pages by introducing Coffee as an art medium .
Coffee painting trend started building up from that moment on.

Since then, the artist and CEO of Maris Studio, Maria A. Aristidou has been working on a range of projects in order to help and promote businesses and other artists by producing creative projects, new trends and art work.
For example: Cake Art- Famous Paintings on Cakes, Star Wars Christmas Ornaments, Creative Displays inspired by Vintage Children’s books stories.

Maria A. Aristidou’s aim is to promote that artists, creativity and art is a necessary tool for businesses in order to help them with marketing, trend forecasting, advertisement and social media management.

Future Maria A. Aristidou’s work will include social media campaigns, viral article projects, book and illustrations publications as well as brand merchandise.


For commissioned work and/or orders please contact me at: mrs.aristi@gmail.com


Larnaca Medieval Fort (Castle) – Virtual Tour

Larnaca Medieval Fort (Castle) – Virtual Tour

Larnaca Castle (Greek: Κάστρο Λάρνακας Turkish: Larnaka Kalesi), is a castle located on the southern coast of Cyprus. It was constructed to defend the southern coast of Cyprus and the harbour town of Larnaca and was later used as an artillery station, prison, and a museum.


Larnaca has been inhabited since the 14th century B.C. when the Mycenaean-Achaeans Greeks founded a small town. Much later, the Byzantines constructed a small fort near its harbour. It is not clear when the Byzantine fort was first built but archeological research carried out around the castle suggest that initial construction started in late 12th century AD.

The city gained importance during the medieval ages after the Genovese occupied the main port of the country, Famagusta, and the need for a new port town emerged. Soon after Larnaca became one of the main ports of the Kingdom of Cyprus, and the need for a castle protecting the city and the harbour emerged. Between the years 1382–98, during the reign of James I, the small Byzantine fortification located near the harbour was upgraded to a more substantial castle.

By the 18th century the castle started losing importance and was abandoned. In the first half of the 18th century, a famous explorer, Abbot Giovanni Mariti, recorded that the castle was in a semi-ruined state; yet there was still garrison protecting it. He theorised that the castle could have been built by the Ottomans due to its Turkish style and inscriptions.

Throughout British rule the castle was used as a prison where they installed a gallows to execute prisoners. The last execution took place in 1948. During the Cypriot civil war Greek Cypriots held the castle and they too used it as a prison.

Current use

After the Cypriot independence the castle itself was converted into a museum, while the castle courtyard was converted into an open-air theatre, accommodating 200 people. Antiques from Early Christian, Byzantine, and Post Byzantine Cyprus are exhibited in the western room of the museum whilst Byzantine wall paintings are exhibited in the central room and medieval pottery, utensils, and weapons occupy the eastern room.


Source: Wikipedia

Here Comes The Bride – Virtual Tour

Το Πολιτιστικό ίδρυμα της Τράπεζας Κύπρου και το Κέντρο Εικαστικών Τεχνών και Έρευνας, παρουσιάζουν για πρώτη φορά σε μία μοναδική έκθεση, την ιστορία και την εξέλιξη του νυφικού στην Κύπρο τους τελευταίους 2 αιώνες.

Πάνω από 50 νυφικά φορέματα και αξεσουάρ από όλη την Κύπρο, διηγούνται τη δική του ιστορία μέσα από μια διαφορετική ματιά και σας ταξιδεύουν μέσα στο χρόνο..

Oasis Nursing Home Virtual Tour

Oasis Nursing Home has a long and successful tradition in senior care. The close cooperation with the Larnaca Hospital and our location right across the street from it, are very important advantages that make Oasis the perfect home for our residents. In addition, the specialised services that we offer to our guests take place in an especially designed, properly equipped pleasant environment.

Key Features:

  • Panoramic Photography
  • Virtual Tour
  • Google Street View

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