Things to do Whats On Traditional Christmas Market 2019

Traditional Christmas Market 2019

Cyprus’ biggest and best Christmas market is on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th November between 17:00-22:30hrs

What better way to welcome the oncoming festive season than by wandering around the 100’s of stalls, stocking up on beautiful handmade gifts.

Santa will be there in his fantasic new snow covered grotto, find him in the winter wonderland secret forest along with a huge white bouncy castle.

His friend Snowy the Polar bear will be giving out treats for any children that come and say hello. (he likes photos and cuddles too)

It’s the perfect place to pick up presents and decorations, as well as sample some delicious food, with a cup of warm glühwein (mulled wine), whilst listen to Christmas music, you will definitely get into the festive spirit!

A fun evening for all the family.
Don’t Miss It!
Entrance is €1 per adult, accompanied children are free.

Where: Forest Beach, Dekhelia

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