GOING to a foam party in Ayia Napa has been listed as one of the top 40 holiday experiences to enjoy before you turn 40 by British Airways.


Inclusion on the list is sure to welcomed by tourist officials in the resort, which is currently gearing up for the summer season.

Foam parties have become must visit for tourists to the resort and have been held weekly at Clubs in the town center for over a decade.

British Airways released the to celebrate its own 40th birthday, which includes climbing the Sydney Harbor Bridge in Australia, hitting the beach in Thailand for a ‘full moon party', and belly dancing in Morocco, reports the Daily Mail.

 

 

The Council of Ministers has approved a bill that regulates the establishment, operation, supervision and control of casinos, which provides for setting up an authority to regulate and supervise casino resorts and casino game establishments.
The aim of the proposed legislation is to restrict casino games in the Republic of Cyprus within strictly controlled international standards, with strict control by the state on the type of casino games offered, the bets, and the machines allowed.
Furthermore, the bill aims to combat criminal activity linked to gambling and especially money laundering, to provide protection to the citizens and make gambling safe, to protect under-aged persons and the vulnerable groups of the population, and to provide assistance to those addicted to gambling.

GOLF COURSE  

IN THE AYIA NAPA

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Taken from 'Cyprus Property News' Website

The construction of an 18-hole golf course near Ayia Napa is expected to start soon pending approval from town planning authorities, a spokesman for the joint venture behind the project told The Cyprus Weekly.
The necessary documentation – including an environment impact study – is being prepared by a Swedish firm to be submitted for approval sometime in October, said Famagusta Tourism Coordinating Committee marketing officer, Lakis Avramides. 

A joint venture of 36 hoteliers and Paralimni and Ayia Napa municipalities, the project provides for a golf course, club house, management offices and storerooms. There will be no holiday homes. 

The key to the project which will be built on land granted by the government is finding the investment to build and operate it. We are in contact with various, Swedish, British and Cypriot companies that have expressed an interest.

“We believe that it will not be very difficult to find an investor, although not having a housing complex makes it more difficult. Depending on procedures construction work for the project should start soon,” said Avramides.
The proposed golf course in Ayia Napa Forest is expected to attract high-earning tourists to the resort.

“The aim is to attract quality tourists and upgrade tourism in the Ayia Napa and Protaras area and to bring tourists to play golf in the winter months in order to extend the tourism season and solve the chronic problem of seasonality in the area,” said Avramides.

A proposal for a second golf course in Ayia Napa by a private venture is currently before Cabinet.

“The development of a golf course in the Ayia Napa area will be good for tourism and boost the area especially during the winter months, when Cyprus offers good weather compared to northern European countries, during the high golf season, between October and April. This will help alleviate the seasonality problem and attract winter tourism to the island,” Cyprus Tourism Organization (CTO) golf tourism coordinator Maro said.

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