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Get in the festive spirit

It wouldn’t be possible to get into the holiday spirit without visiting one of the Christmas markets popping up all over the island. On Sunday, Paphos will join the throng with the fifth Christmas market at Technopolis 20.

Differentiating it from the rest, Technopolis’ market is art-focused and just like every year, will run on the first Sunday of December, from 10 in the morning until 5 in the afternoon.

Artists, professional and amateur creators and volunteer organisations will showcase their creations and exhibits, ideal for Christmas gifts and not only. Find handmade creations such as jewellery, Christmas decorations and ornaments, handbags, scarves, books, traditional products, sweets and many more.

Browse through crafts while enjoying coffee and cake at Technopolis 20, in a festive atmosphere.

There is even entertainment for the young ones. A puppet performance Christmas Tangles will be staged by pre-school teacher Eleni Spyrou at 11:30am. The story follows the adventures of Katerina and Michalis who want to meet Santa Claus this Christmas but he disappears as the Goblin of the Night takes him. There is an entrance of €6 for this event (free for children between 3-7) and reservations must be made.

At 3pm another children’s activity will take place with a cartoons creation workshop Christmas in the World with cartoon artist Panayiota Michael. The same entrance and reservation rules apply to this event as well.

Christmas art market
Festive market with crafts, cake, coffee and children’s activities. December 2. Technopolis 20, Paphos. 10am-5pm. Tel: 70002420

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