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In a bid to celebrate 11 years of presence in Cyprus’ tourism sector, Cyprus Sustainable Tourism Initiative (CSTI) organised its 11th Annual General Meeting on October 20, at Pallia Ilektriki in Paphos, under the theme Sustainable Tourism for the Present and the Future.

Keeping in line with this year’s World Tourism Day which is celebrated on September 27, Cyprus Tourism Organization (CTO) puts sustainable development as its priority goal for the upcoming years.

Commemorative plaques have been awarded to 10 couples from UK and Ireland on September 21, for their high number of visits to the coastal city of Pyla.

During a recent meeting between Larnaka Tourism Board and representatives from Pervolia Community Council, it was reported that a number of development projects will be completed by the end of this year in a bid to attract more tourists.

Cyprus Tourism Organisation successfully concluded its annual tourist guides seminar at Filoxenia Conference Centre. During the event, Maria Aristidou,

In a bid to upgrade travellers’ experience, Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) inaugurated operations at Limassol’s city centre.