Cyprus has everything to offer for the conscious shopper whether it is locally produced handicrafts or imported fashion good. All major fashion brands are imported as well as electronics and all consumer goods. If one is looking for more genuine and still handmade articles, then Cyprus Handicrafts are beautiful to take home. Handmade lace, loom- woven soft furnishings, basketwork, silverware, jewellery, pottery, ceramic tableware or decorative items are unique to Cyprus and its tradition. Local products also include wine, spirits, sweets and dried fruits.
Probably the widest range and choice in shopping is found in Nicosia.No wonder, if one cannot find what one needs, heads for Nicosia for a full day of shopping.
Although Ayia Napa is a small place, there is plenty to shop. The shops are getting bigger every year, the stock is growing as visitors find it fun to shop here. Designer labels , trendy night club wear, beach apparel , shoes and handicrafts , there are choices for all budgets.
One can find small shops in Protaras, and not big stores. There are These are located mainly in hotel developed areas.
Fashionable Boutiques with famous designer wear, department stores, shopping centers, hi tech shops, furniture, open markets, Larnaca is a town with great shopping opportunities. It used to be a trade center in the old times and famous for its trading between the continents.
The shopping opportunities are numerous in Paphos and it’s pleasant finding just about everything. Handicrafts and local products is what Paphos is famous about as in nearby villages there are special people producing items with great dexterity. Fashionistas will also have plenty to buy in Paphos as high fashion and designer shops are found in the city as well as in hotel boutiques.
Limassol is offering a challenging shopping choice. Stylish and designer shops are found on Makarios Avenue,the sea front avenue, while high fashion is on Anexartisias Street. There are department stores as well, the Mall and specialty stores. As for local products there are open markets on the weekends and visiting nearby villages, lots of local products are to be found.