Zoo's in Cyprus
Cyprus has several reserves and zoos: Paphos Zoo, Limassol Zoo, and Camel Park. Visiting them is a great plan, especially when you do it as a family. Here we tell you what they are and what is the highlight of each of them. Today, zoos are no longer just entertainment venues and serve essential functions in the conservation of species. They have adapted their structure to teach their visitors about conservationism, creating greater awareness about the plant's preservation. Also, they are centers for animal rescue and genetic conservation, among other qualities.
Kolossi Castle in Limassol
Kolossi Castle is one of the most striking fortresses from the medieval era of Cyprus. The Order of Malta began its construction in the 13th century. The original castle was destroyed at the beginning of the 15th century, and the existing building was built over its ruins in 1454.
City of Kourion, an UNESCO World Heritage Site
From the top of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean are the remains of the Kourion ancient city. They are undoubtedly a Romans testament to the sophistication with the underfloor heating system, their beautiful mosaics, and their excellent acoustics understanding. In fact, the 2nd-century theatre of these Cypriot ruins is precisely one of the tourism jewels in Cyprus crown. Arranged on the top of a cliff, the sound of the waves below is barely perceptible, and it is possible to hear what is whispering above the stage with total clarity.
A dog park is needed in every district of Cyprus
What is a dog park and why do we need them in all Cyprus districts? Dog parks are essential spaces for pets to exercise and have fun. For now, they favour the dog’s development and mental balance, thus avoiding aggressive behaviours.