The dinner tour starts at 18:00 where a tour guide will meet you somewhere in the centre of town and begin with an introduction to the evening and a quick Cypriot snack. You’ll then be taken around the city on foot, stopping off at various dining establishments to try the local cuisine and discover the hidden culinary wonders that are often missed out by tourists.
We recommend participants arrive hungry and be prepared to leave comfortably full. Here’s the Dinner Tour in a nutshell…
Whether you have a passion for meat, a fascination with cheese or a sweet tooth, we’ve crafted dinner itineraries that will satisfy all tastes. We aim to present the kind of food that you wouldn’t normally find on the menu, the stuff that locals would eat at home. Join a Cyprus dinner tour wherever you’re staying and you’ll embark on a 4 hr exploration of the culinary treasures tucked away in various neighborhoods.
Once the ancient capital of Cyprus, Larnaca is rich in history and tradition, with its Medieval and Venetian buildings and the world-famous Tekke mosque. According to legend, it was also visited by Saint Lazarus whose remains are exhibited at the famous church in town. With its secluded beaches and unspoilt Salt Lake, it could not be more ideal for a relaxing day out, all year round. This sleepy seaside town has an ever-growing range of dining options, as more restauranteurs are now choosing to locate away from the commercial “Phinikoudes” seafront. There are countless fish taverns, meze joints and cafes to visit and many are within walking distance.
Undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan town on the island, Limassol is home to many top-notch eateries of every cuisine. In particular, many high-range hotels have undergone a major revamp and invested in creating new restaurants as glamorous as the local clientele and the guests residing there. Many sophisticated beach bars adorn the coastline, with an array of á la carte options for every palate and around the Medieval castle, a walk into the old quarter reveals many culinary gems. Just outside the town are countless ancient and historical sites, such as Kolossi castle (once the home of Richard the Lionheart), Curium amphitheatre and the ancient city of Amathus.
Aside from being the seat of government and the main business centre, the capital city Nicosia is scattered with fantastic places for eating out. The once neglected old quarter of the town has been transformed into a thriving and bustling neighborhood with small tavernas, cosy bars and coffee shops within its Venetian walls. Many ambitious entrepreneurs have taken the initiative to open up new venues, thus helping the Municipality to revive this beautiful historical centre. It is also home to many museums, art galleries and cultural centres with a busy calendar of events and exhibitions.
We provide full refunds if tours are cancelled a minimum of 48 hours before the tour starts.