Bespoke Themes for your Event in Cyprus
Published on July 09, 2020
Captivate your guests imagination with unique themes for your event in Cyprus.
Invitation from Aphrodite
In an ancient Greek courtyard surrounded by naked flame torches guests experience the cultural roots of the island.
The toga night gives our guests the opportunity to dress up as an Ancient Greek, attend a symposium as the Great Philosophers did and, of course, enjoy Dionysus nectar, the divine wine. Ladies and gentlemen accepting the invitation can wear Ancient Greek olive crowns which will be given at the beginning of the event.
Adorned in their ancient garments, our guests will enjoy their night with the Greek deities whilst feasting on gourmet dishes or delicious canapés in an unforgettable setting.
Performers can perform ancient Greek dances embracing a gothic, rather gentle aura in this ancient setting.
The island gives our guests the opportunity to experience a genuine Medieval Night gala dinner at one of its three ancient Medieval Castles. The event aims to travel attendees back to the ancient times while simultaneously exploring Cypriot traditions.
Guests have the pleasure to enjoy live cooking by professional chefs and taste traditional authentic flavours. Waiters dressed in medieval themed garments will be serving local specialities accompanied with refreshing cocktails and wine served in medieval cups and goblets.
A scenic area filled with fire torches, long carpets and aromatic candles will enhance the gothic renaissance style while live music and dance performances keep our guests entertained. The exceptional gala dinner can end with a fireworks display!
Village Fiesta ‘Paniyri’ at the square of Omodos Village
“Paniyiri” is the Greek word for a village feast. It is an event where all residents of a village participate and enjoy thoroughly. Many years ago this used to be the only entertainment available to the villagers who gladly welcomed such feasts.
Driving through the wine producing villages of Limassol guests will reach the picturesque and traditional village of Omodos, where the old Monastery and traditional winery ‘Linos’ can be visited. Local specialties and locally produced wines can be offered to taste in the traditional house cellars.
Back to Omodos’ village square, a traditional Cypriot dinner will be served. Local wine will be propounded in unlimited quantities while the friendly residents of Omodos will present folk dances and music. The set-up which will include wooden tables and chairs, village type table cloths, pottery glasses and dishes as well as other appropriate decoration alongside the BBQ-Buffet dinner, will complete the beautiful cultural ambiance.
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