Food Technology Study trips to Cyprus
International culinary traditions
Economic impacts of food
Daily intake recommendations
Food safety principals
Cyprus offers a multitude of culinary and cultural experiences, which are rarely replicated anywhere else in the world. It is a unique location for a mix of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Cuisine. Its location also facilitates the production of unique foods such as figs, beans, chickpeas, olives etc and have been grown here since records began. Cypriot foods are all produced locally so the country is filled with lots of farms and factories producing cheese, sweets and wines.
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‘If it isn’t fresh, we don’t want it.’
This local motto shows how fresh food is at the heart of this amazing country and is a passion of the locals. With a country full of local produce farms, it is the perfect destination to learn about international culinary traditions as well as seeing the economic impact of the food sector of any place.
Time for a freshly chopped, refreshing and most importantly healthy #salad! Kopiaste. 🥗 Pic by @shilpaganatra A post shared by Visit Cyprus (@visitcypruscom) on
What to do on a food technology study trip to Cyprus?
There are a huge number of activities for students to explore in Cyprus. Here we have just a few excursions we can include in a bespoke itinerary.
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In addition, you can also fill your days with the following
- Visit to a goat farm to learn about how halloumi is made
- Visit Paphos Archaeological park
- Visit Limassol market
- Cooking lesson at Navarria hotel
Our educational travel experts have spent considerable time crafting a selection of ready-made itineraries for your Food technology study trip to Cyprus, which you will find below. However, we can also create a bespoke and unique itinerary to meet the educational needs of your group.
DAY2 Visit Limassol market followed by cookery lesson at Navarria hotel
DAY3 Visit goat farm followed by donkey farm. Meze evening.
DAY4 Paphos tour and Paphos archaeological park.
There are direct flights from most UK airports to Paphos or Larnaca airports with Thomas Cook, EasyJet, Jet2, Ryanair and TUI. Coach transfers will be provided whilst in Cyprus.
Where to Stay
Hotel Navarria, Limassol
A 3* hotel situated in the ideal location for our excursions. All rooms have air con, a telephone and Wi-Fi. There is also a lot of entertainment for students at the hotel, including a swimming pool, a tennis court, table tennis and billiards.
When to Visit Cyprus?
Cyprus is a year-round destination; however peak summer can be extremely hot (although produces amazing fruit) which may put some visitors off. Autumn is the busiest time of year as it is when the olive harvest begins. No meat is eaten during Lent, so Easter time may be a good time to go if students are wanting to try new foods such as local vegetables or Spanakopita (traditional spinach pie).
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Food Technology Trip to Cyprus
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