Aiming to highlight the significant role of research, science and innovation in our daily lives, Cyprus is participating for the 11th consecutive year in the celebrations of the European Researchers’ Night along with other 300 European countries around the world.

Cyprus Department of Antiquities and Cyprus Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works have announced the opening of the archaeological site of Idalion, which will be held on October 03.

Ayia Napa has been chosen as one of the 400 cities in the world to host the 100 Thousand Poets for Change event, featuring poetry readings, music and dance concerts, art exhibits, activism workshops and street demonstrations.

Aiming to promote the country’s cultural heritage, while also encouraging the development of sustainable tourism, Pafos Regional Board of Tourism has recently participated in the 10th International Conference for Cultural Tourism in Europe.

Taking place for the 33rd consecutive year, Ayia Napa International Festival, one of the most popular and highly anticipated cultural events in Cyprus, will be held on September 21 – 24 in the central square of the Medieval Monastery.

Cyprus Department of Antiquities and Cyprus Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announced the completion of this year’s fieldwork season at the site of Erimi-Laonin tou Porakou undertaken by Italian Archaeological Mission.