Cyprus Mail

Nicosia hosts biggest Christmas lights show in Cyprus (photos, video)


The Magical Fairy Light Show, located in Petrides Farm Park, Marki offers visitors a unique experience, and due to popular demand will remain open until January 10.

“With more than 500,000 lights, the show is the biggest to ever happen on the island,” general manager and co-founder of Hadel group Elias Krim told the Cyprus Mail. Hadel specialises in outdoor and indoor decorations for special events and was the one behind the design and concept of this unique experience.

“More than 150 tree trunks have been lit with fairy lights. These are spread around nine zones and areas within the park that have been entirely decorated with lights. The area also includes more than 100 huge Christmas balls (90cm diameter) that are also lit up all over the project,” Krim added.

The 8m high Christmas tree is not to be missed, with the highlight of the show being a 30 metre long tunnel entirely lit with warm Christmas lights. A special area and corner dedicated to Santa Claus has been prepared and decorated as well.

“We will light up the lives and spirits of old and young people who decide to visit our magical fairy light show, Krim promised.

The event, organised by Hadel Group in partnership with Petrides Farm Park and Consultics and One Box promises visitors a different Christmas experience.

“We wanted to invite all people, in this hard period we are all passing through, to live an extraordinary unforgettable experience and share joy and happiness with each other. Our stunning Christmas Village visitors will dive into an ocean of lights, good food, joy and a memorable unforgettable experience !” CEO and co-founder of Hadel Group Hady Daher added.

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