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If you want to find a bargain or two while you are in Cyprus then there are plenty to be had – don’t worry that you will only find tourist-style souvenir shops as there is much more to the shopping scene than that!
Some of the best things you can buy on the island are locally made crafts. Lace in particular is popular with tourists. The Lefkara lace is famous all over the world, but you can also pick up other fabric items such as woven curtains and tablecloths as well as silk. Pottery, basketwork, leather goods and silverware all make great gifts to take home too. Some tourists take the time to pay a visit to the village of Lefkara where they can see the lace being made in one of the small workshops. The village is easy to reach, particularly if you have decided on Cyprus car hire as it is just off the highway that runs between Nicosia and Limassol. The village is also known for silverwork.
Jewellery is another must if you want to find a bargain. Craftspeople produce both contemporary and traditional pieces here with filigree silver one of the most popular styles. There are stores all over the island that sell this type of jewellery so why not make the most of your Cyprus car rental to explore a few places that are off the beaten track – you might find a few bargains that way.
While you are here it would be a shame not to visit one of the local vineyards. You can pick up bottles of wine to take home with you and some of them will have been produced by some of the oldest vineyards in the world. Other good alcohol buys include brandy produced on the island and the Zivania liqueur is a favourite with the tourists too. Just remember not to drink and drive!
During the summer the shops will open at 8 am and close at 2 pm for lunch, reopening again most days at 5 pm until 8.30 pm. During the winter the opening hours change so that lunch starts at 1 pm and shops reopen at 2.30pm. They then close at 6 pm. However, some of the larger shops will not close for lunch and you should note that some stores will stay closed on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Many shops do not open at all on Sunday.