Ayia Napa is on the southeast coast of Cyprus. One of the town’s most important landmarks is the Monastery of Ayia Napa, dated back in the Venetian times.


Pervolia is located in Larnaca district and is one of the biggest villages of the area, less than 13km west of the city center and the well-known pedestrian street and beachfront “Finikoudes”. In ancient and later modern times, the village used to be the place where the kings and the rich sought for tranquility.





Hinterstoder is a village nestled into a beautiful countryside at the beginning of the Austrian Alps with clean brisk air and crystal clear waters. Placed in the southern part of Upper Austria with quick connections to airports as well as the freeway it is easy to reach, yet far away from daily life stress.


Ampflwang is situated on the southern slope of Hausruckwald in a chain formed by low hills, running from south to north valley and lies at 566m altitude. The market town was first documented mentioned in 1169 and was until the discovery of brown coal, by 1766, a peasant village community.