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Exclusive dinner at Caprice pairs Londa with Cyprus fine winemaking family

Londa guests and Limassol visitors seeking authentic cultural experiences have a palate-tingling opportunity on February 8th to taste the latest examples from Oenou Yi – Ktima Vassiliades, one of the island’s longstanding fine winemaking families. Londa hotel teams up with the Oenou Yi vineyard to present an “eclectic wine-pairing” dinner at the Caprice restaurant.

Mind, Body and Soul – every Londa Spa session is a New Year’s Day beginning!

Guests staying at Londa Hotel are often from countries where January is traditionally a time for putting the festive season indulgences firmly behind them. A new year begins with a sense of a new beginning, renewal and re-energising. Many might make a straightforward new year’s “resolution” to lose a few pounds around the waistline or tone up abs, biceps and posterior.

Celebrating New Years Eve in Limassol: The hills are alive and good children get a lucky gift!

Mostly sunny at 17C – 20C! That’s the forecast for Limassol on New Year’s Eve. Perfect for traditional “first footing”, Mediterranean-style, into 2019. And for raising a special sparkling glass of bubbly wishes for the year ahead at Londa’s New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner on the Caprice veranda. The celebrations continue into the night and the next day with Londa’s special New Years Day Breakfast, Buffet Lunch and A La Carte Dinner…

Limassol lights up Christmas Land and Wonderland – two festive events and more for all the family!

First day of December. Excitement’s in the air, anticipation building… The winter months may be a warm Mediterranean 20C in Limassol but you know the festive season is here when the annual Christmas Wonderland arrives at the Old Port. And this year, visitors may behold a further twinkling of starry lights against the ancient night sky with the arrival of Limassol Christmas Land. Both are located just a short distance from Londa Hotel.

Ancient Cyprus amphora carries new message in European Year of Cultural Heritage

Did you know that every time you type an email address in order to send a message you are using the Greek symbol for transportation? The keyboard character @ originates from the Latin word for “at, toward or to” and is the abbreviation for amphora, a measure of capacity. However, it also came to be more popularly known as the Greek “amphora” – a two-handled, terracotta vessel, such as a pitcher or vase. The amphora is also used in transportation, but in the ancient Mediterranean world, its purpose was for sending grains and liquids.

The ‘Mother’ of baby days! Mums2Be Expo returns to Londa followed by top fashion brands event

Leto, Greek goddess of motherhood who gave birth to Apollo the sun god and Artemis, goddess of hunting – also known as the Roman ‘Diana’ – is returning to Londa Hotel. In loving spirit anyway! Following the success of last year’s Mums2Be & Baby Day Expo at Londa, the 6th annual one-day event of all things maternal is once again to be held in the bright, friendly space of the AΩ Conference Room on Sunday 21st October (10am to 6pm).

Clean environment and recycling in Limassol – Festival promotes total health and wellbeing

The “environment” is as high on the agenda in Cyprus as the Troodos Mountains, which rise 1,952 metres (6,404 ft) up into the fresh, sunlit Mediterranean air. Among a number of sustainability initiatives, the island has 57 ‘Blue Flag’ beaches, officially recognised as the “Cleanest Bathing Waters in Europe”. Since 2016, Limassol and five other city districts have also embarked upon a 4-year plan “dedicated to cleaner, better transport”.

All Creatures Great and Small – From Limassol Zoo To Camel Park!

“What’s the national animal of Cyprus?”, a guest unexpectedly asked while recently checking in at Reception. We think they had spotted a leaflet for Limassol Zoo! This year more visitors than ever have arrived on Cyprus – up by more than 38,000 in June 2018 compared to June 2017 – and many are keen to add to their knowledge and on the trail of authentic cultural experiences.

Limassol Beer Festivals 2018 – MedFest global ale blends and Greek-Reggae fusion!

Cultural adventurers in Cyprus seeking insight and authentic experiences may not associate beer drinking with the island’s unique and individual Mediterranean character. In 2016, individual consumption was 55 litres or around 97 pints, compared to 67 litres (116 pints) in the UK or a whopping 104 litres (183 pints) in Germany, according to The Brewers of Europe Report, Dec 2017.

Women of Troy’s timeless story centre stage in today’s world

The annual “International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama” kicks off its 2018 season with “Trojan Women” on Tuesday 3rd July at Limassol’s Curium Ancient Theatre, just a short drive west along the coast from Londa Hotel. The staging of the historic play in 2018 is sure to resonate with hotel guests and visitors to Limassol who seek cultural luxury experience during their stay.

Liquid gold! The traditional Cyprus olive branch cold-pressed for visitors seeking health and long life!

Olive oil! Big business might describe it as liquid gold. Many believe that the health-giving properties contained within its glistening amber are the secret to a long and active life. Whenever chefs prepare ingredients for a varied menu of insalate (salad) at Londa Hotel’s Caprice Restaurant, every drizzle of locally produced extra virgin oil pays homage to an ancient island tradition.
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