Lefkara's Christmas village opens 25 November

The Municipality of Lefkara is among the villages selected by the Deputy Ministry of Tourism to host a winter wonderland, which opens to the public on 25 November and will run until 14 January 2024.

SanTaLefkara will be welcoming visitors from 10 am to 10 pm daily, offering up some Christmas magic and plenty of surprises.

Visitors will get to enjoy a variety of festive culinary creations and lots of special events, including concerts and art workshops.

SanTaLefkara is part of the deputy ministry’s Christmas Villages initiative.

“The Deputy Ministry of Tourism invites you to discover seven beautiful traditional villages and towns of Cyprus, which in turn will wow you with an array of authentic Christmas experiences to participate in and where you will make memories to last a lifetime,” it says on its website.

The participating villages are Agros, Derynia, Fikardou, Lefkara, Kalopanagiotis, Kyperounta and Laiki Geitonia (Lefkosia).

“Cultural events, stands with local products and handicrafts, gastronomy and crafting workshops, organised activities in nature, guided village tours, local restaurants and hotels with delicious holiday menus and many other surprises await to be discovered for a unique Cypriot Christmas experience,” the deputy ministry said.

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