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We came here looking for gifts to take home and were warmly welcomed by the owner and given tastings of the various flavours of loukoumi all made in the kitchen behind the shop. There is such a variety and we tasted a lot! We left...More
We visited Loukoumia Arsinoe as part of a wine tour. It was our first stop on the tour and a stop I am very glad we made!
It's a small business where they hand make sweets; we got a walkthrough of the process from start...More
Before visiting here, I had not realised that "Geroskipou Delight" is a slightly different from of Loukomi or "Cypriot Delight" - don't use the "T" word!
The owner of this small family business happily showed us around the very small production area, and explained the...More
We went to see this small family business today and we were not disappointed! My family loves delight and I was not keen but I am converted the samples were delicious. The owner took us through the making process and we loved the ouzo flavour....More
A warm welcome was given as soon as we arrived followed by a fascinating tour of the factory. We were able to taste all the delicious flavours on offer and our suitcases will be heavy after our ample purchases! Well worth a visit.
Went here with Gerry from Paphos Wine Tours. Amazing history behind this Turkish Delight sweet shop. Lady was wonderful explaining the history and how they make the Turkish delights to this day. Lots of photos on the wall with the history of the family.
Funny how sometimes quirky little things can make a trip feel worthwhile. Our short visit to the “Turtle” Cyprus Delight shop was one of the highlights of our 4 days in Cyprus. We were headed towards the larger shop a few doors away but found...More