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St. Patrick's Day in Paphos, Cyprus

Saint Patrick's Day is coming up this Thursday, March 17th. Saint Patrick was the most commonly recognized of the patron saints of Ireland and even though the day is a religious holiday it has become more of a secular celebration of the Irish culture. And although it is not a public holiday like it is in Ireland and a few other countries there are still many parties, parades, festivities and green beer to be had all over the world on St. Patricks Day!  

In Paphos, here are a few of the places where you can go out and have a Guiness or two (or three) and celebrate all things Irish!   

O'Neills Irish Bar on the Tombs of the Kings Rd. will be featuring an Irish guitarist, Howard Moss from 8pm until 10pm.  Alex from Lock Stock will be on stage until 1am with great rock mixes. The Carlsberg girls  will also be there with some great promotions on Guiness and other drinks.

Anoi Pub, Aphrodite Hills Resort, will have Irish themed entertainment, Irish menu, Irish themed decor and discounted beers. 

Elea EstateYeroskipou,  Throughout the day Elea will be celebrating all things Irish with a St Patrick's Day party with live Irish music starting from late afternoon until late night. 

Happy St. Patrick's Day!  

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