Easter Egg Hunt in the Maze
Dates: April 17th & 18th 2023
Easter egg hunt in the maze happens every year. The Easter Bunny loses hundreds of eggs in the maze and challenges the children to find them! Once you fill your basket with eggs, return them to the rabbit and get a prize.
With many classic traditional easter games such as the sack race, egg & spoon race and tug of war. This is a fun day out for the whole family and all ages! There is also an i-spy game in the herb garden too – Can you find the hidden nests and the bunnies?
Attention to schools: Egg hunts can be booked for groups from 15 people and over during the school holidays!
In Cyprus, Easter is one of the most important religious holidays. With plenty sunshine during spring, nature blooms and attracts many visitors in our park.
Spring is the ideal season to enjoy a day out in nature and walk in the green woodland, the aromatic herb gardens and the big maze. The park is decorated with easter decorations for a festive atmosphere.
Lampatha workshop from 8 until 15 April
Before the annual Easter Egg Hunt event, you can take part in the Easter candle making workshop for kids from April 8th until Aptil 15th.
Lampatha is the name of Greek Orthodox Candles which come in different styles, colours and decorations.
During this workshop, you can make your own Easter candle from pure beeswax. Use all your imagination in creating your candle, choosing from a variety of decorations.
Participation, including all materials 15 euros.
You can join this workshop anytime between the hours 10:00am-16:00pm.
Enjoy fresh and delicious lunch dishes, delicious desserts, lemonades and ice tea after your games in our tea room. The lavender lemonade is a must-try!
Our menu has many vegan and vegetarian options too! We also have a herbal tea menu, where you can choose from a wide variety of delicious herbal teas such as “Positivi-Tea” and “Wellness” tea.
A two day event. The dates are announced on our social media, website and email newsletter.
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