Hundreds of visitors are expected to descend on Polemi village in Paphos on the 31st of March for the annual tulip festival.
The festival has been held every year since 2002, (except 2013 due to the economic crisis), and is now growing in popularity with visitors from all over the island, as well as holidaymakers from abroad.
The festival is organised by the Polemi town council and the group ‘Friends of the Tulip’.
The plateau between the villages of Stroumbi and Polemi is the only area on the island where tulips grow in any sort of numbers, apart from a few discovered in the Troodos a few years ago.
Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a rich artistic program, a tulip exhibition, local stalls, dance & music and wonderful walks in the beautiful nature of the area.
Polemi Tulip Festival will be held on Sunday, 31st March, 2019 starting at at 11.30am at the main village square.
The village is set off the main B7 Paphos to Polis road.