Tango in Cyprus – with very well organized information

Tango in Cyprus

Tango in Cyprus has very well organized information, their website Tango Events in Cyprus has sections on Schools, DJs, and news updated directly online.

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Tango in Cyprus – The Best Souvlaki on the Island

by Svetlana Kantarovich 

I guess I am biased…

I cannot be fully objective because I only joined this broadly multinational and noisy Souvlakeros family 3 years ago, the first and the second Marathons I didn’t attend, and if there were any minor glitches during these 2 editions, I am blissfully unaware. And the other three editions I attended, I just loved.

The Souvlaki Tango Marathon organizers team has always been very small and close-knit, and only 3 members of the original team continue working on it from day one. The amount of job required for the successful event which keeps growing is huge. I know for sure the team starts preparations for the next year Marathon right after the end of the previous one.

And it is obvious that for Ajit Bubber and his wife Svetlana Nekrasova this event is not only a 24/7 job – it is their favorite baby (OK, OK, their dogs who appropriately named Tango and Milonga share the 1-st place)…

The background behind the tango Marathon in Cyprus.


Tango Events in Cyprus – kept up-to-date by the people involved

Milongas in Cyprus – from Milongas-in.com – not ALL of them, but reliable info

What to do in Cyprus when not tangoing – Top Spots in the Republic of Cyprus

Take in beaches, wide-arcing history, mountain vistas, rural villages, and urban buzz, all in one swoop.

Fly into Larnaka for a day of beach time. Brush off the sand to discover the history behind this beach resort by checking out the Agios Lazaros and Pierides Archaeological Foundation. Afterward, head for Nicosia (Lefkosia) via the cobblestone villages of Kato Drys and Lefkara. In the capital, delve into the historic Old City, framed by Venetian walls and crammed with art galleries, museums, and contemporary cafe life.

Next head for the hills. The slopes of the Troödos hide a clutch of churches, home to fabulous frescos which fizz with Byzantine-era flair. While here, pull on your hiking boots to traverse a mountain trail or two. Rollback to the coast, stopping at neolithic Choirokoitia on your way to Lemesos (Limassol). Base yourself here while exploring the spectacular hillside perch of Ancient Kourion and the Commandaria region’s village idylls.

Then veer west, getting your best goddess-of-love strut on beside Aphrodite’s rock at Petra Tou Romiou, as you hop to Pafos. Check out the swag of mosaics and ruins here before escaping the crowds to flop on the sand at Lara Beach.

From LonelyPlanet