The Karaiskakio Foundation as a nonprofit organization has recorded a remarkable presence in both the humanitarian and scientific fields in Cyprus and has evolved into an internationally recognized Bone Marrow Donors Registry that represents the biggest per capita Donor Registry worldwide. An important objective of the Foundation is the constant and reliable scientific support of patients with haematological malignancies and other related diseases, creating a relationship of shared trust and cooperation based on mutual respect and altruism.
The Karaiskakio Foundation will provide workshops during REM and in an effort to raise money for the fight against Leukemia, we will be making special edition bracelets which will be sold in an effort to increase awareness and funding towards the organization’s research.
Beach Yoga & Functional Training
Enjoy Cyprus healthy living with us. What better place to pair these two art forms: going inside to see the beauty within and outside the view, taste and sound of the Mediterranean Sea.
Are you experienced or beginner? I doesn’t matter. Join us on the beach from 8:00 – 9:00 am on Friday and/or Saturday for a relaxing morning.
Water & Beach Sports
Water sports: At St Raphael’s beach we have arranged for a 15% at their water sports provider, Crest. You may view their website and price list here: http://crestwatersports.com/main/about_us/crest-watersports-limassol-cyprus/. If you are interested you will need to arrange the activities, dates and times directly with their team. Please be sure to mention REM Cyprus for a discount.
Activities include: Diving, Inflatable rides, Jet skis, Kayaks, Windsurfing, Kiteboarding, Sailing and Stand up paddle
Beach sports: The hotel has a range of outdoor sports such as volleyball and beach tennis. Equipment will be available for your use.
Limassol City Tours & Treasure Hunt
The Walking Tour (City Route) of ‘A Stroll in Neapolis, Nemesos, Limassol… Lemesos’ is designed to acquaint visitors with one of Lemesos’ most important features – the seafront area known as ‘Molos’ or ‘Embankment’. Traditionally a meeting point for the locals (Lemesiani), this area was turned into an open-air Sculpture Park, which exhibits works of art by Cypriot, Greek and international artists.
The tour also takes participants past the old port, and Limassol Castle, which is now a museum on the Medieval history of Cyprus. It continues through the surrounding area – home to interesting stone-built houses, many of which have become restaurants and exhibition halls.
The walk then visits the sites of Great Mosque or Kepir Mosque, the Cathedral of Agia Napa, the Municipal Market and the traditional shopping centre of Agiou Andreou – now a quaint, pedestrian area.
Zorba Dance Workshop
Cyprus as a Business Hub
Life Coach & Mentoring