Cyprus Wine Museum – Unravel Travel TV

Cyprus Wine Museum - Unravel Travel TVOne way to cut down costs at your wedding is to have local wine served at your reception. There are hundreds of wines in Cyprus to choose from but my recommendation would be to do some wine tasting so you choose some wines that your happy with. It was written in 1904 that Cyprus produces wheat, barley, cotton, silk and immense quantities of wine. Things have not changed so much and it still ranks as one of the top producers per capita. There are many village wines produced in the mountains and t

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Cyprus is the warmest island in the Mediterranean. The mean daily temperature in July and August ranges between 29°C on the central plain to 22°C on the Troodos mountains, while the average maximum temperature for these months ranges between 36°C and 27°C respectively. Winters are mild. The island, on average, enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine every year, and the rainy season is confined to the period between November and March. Snow occurs rarely in the lowland and on the northern range of Keryneia but falls every winter on ground above 1.000 metres on the Troodos Range, usually occurring by the first week in December and ending by the middle of April.

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