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    Re: Campingplätze

    Zitat Zitat von CY
    P.S. ich glaub wir sind ganz schön offtopic
    Eigentlich ja, aber ich will meinen Senf auch gerne dazu abgeben.
    Ich finde das Fahren auf Zyperns Autobahnen sehr sehr angenehm, schon alleine deshalb, weil es dort nur einen Bruchteil des Schwerlastverkehrs gibt, den wir hier in Deutschland haben. Und weil es eben die Geschwindigkeitsbeschränkung gibt, die es bei uns nicht gibt.
    Gerade dadurch entstehen doch die vielen schweren Unfälle, auf der einen Spur die langsam fahrenden LKW´s die aber die dicke Kiste fahren und daher sowieso meistens Vorfahrt haben, und auf der anderen Spur die Geschäftsreisenden für Geschwindigkeiten unter 180km/h Nötigung ist. Dann fahr ich mit meiner Möhre 120km/h und bin mir nicht sicher, ob ich den nächsten Überholvorgang überleben werde. Ich fahre täglich auch ca. 10km über die Autobahn und das auf einem Streckenabschnitt wo es keine Geschwindigkeitsbeschränkung gibt.

    Dann lieber auf Zypern fahren, wo die dicken Brummis so selten sind, dass man ihnen nachschaut und wo 100 erlaubt sind. Ich habe in Erinnerung, dass sich die meisten schon daran halten und das auch immer sehr viele Kontrollen gab. Ist aber schon ein paar Jahr her.

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    Re: Campingplätze

    Na dann sind wir uns ja einige CY... das kann ich alles widerspruchslos unterschreiben.

    Liebe Grüsse
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    Re: Campingplätze

    Zitat Zitat von Susi
    Na dann sind wir uns ja einige CY... das kann ich alles widerspruchslos unterschreiben.

    Liebe Grüsse
    susi
    fein ;o)
    auch liebe Grüsse xx

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    Re: Campingplätze

    Hallo Forumscamper,
    den Campingplatz in Polis haben wir vor 6 Jahren kennengelernt, bzw. nur indirekt da wir Hotelgäste waren und nur zum Baden und Strandtavernenbesuch dort durchgingen. Es machte einen ruhigen relativ leeren Eindruck.
    Im letzten August waren wir zweimal dort am Strand zum Baden. Von dem Campingplatz war ich geschockt, man hatte den Eindruck, es zelten dort nur kiffende, laut Musik hörende, möchte-gern-bob-marleys. Der Platz war sehr voll und machte einen absolut versifften Eindruck.
    Aber ich bin keine Camperin, vielleicht muss das alles so sein ...

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    Zitat Zitat von aphrodi
    Im letzten August waren wir zweimal dort am Strand zum Baden. Von dem Campingplatz war ich geschockt, man hatte den Eindruck, es zelten dort nur kiffende, laut Musik hörende, möchte-gern-bob-marleys.
    Du meinst das hier : http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fusea ... 36b3518b60

    Das sind die Nachkommen der Alternativ-Gäste, die hauptsächlich in den 80er Jahren Polis bevölkerten. Nette Leute
    LG Marion

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    ich haenge dieses update zum Thema Campingplaetze hier hinten dran - da bleibt alles schoen beieinander fuer etwaige Sucher

    http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/08/15/no...rowing-demand/

    Local News August 15, 2014

    Not enough campsites to meet growing demand

    By Evie Andreou

    THE Larnaca district office has been clamping down on illegal caravan settlements along the district’s coast, but former Environment Commissioner Charalambos Theopemptou said having only three registered camp sites on the island is simply not enough to meet growing demand.

    Reports this week said that even though crews from the district office had closed off the Meneou-Mackenzie beach to caravans, they relocate themselves to other areas, especially along the Larnaca-Dhekelia coastal road. This, they said, causes problems for the beach-going public.

    “Caravans are only allowed to park in licensed camping sites and their presence anywhere else other than such places is considered illegal,” a Cyprus Tourism Organisation official told the Cyprus Mail.
    Reportedly, caravan owners that are parked at the Larnaca beachfront have been notified by the police to leave and if they refuse to comply they will be reported and their caravans will be towed.
    “According to the law on beaches, for a caravan to be parked at the beach, a licence must be obtained, but no such licenses are issued,” said Theopemptou. He said such ‘settlements’ hindered access to the beach and caused hygiene and other issues since there was no sewage system and waste water from the caravans might end up in the sea or the ground.
    But as there are no registered camping sites in the Larnaca region, caravan holidaymakers complain that they have no alternative.

    The three registered coastal camping sites on the island are located in Limassol and Paphos; Limassol hosts Kalymnos camping site in Governor’s beach in Pentakomo and in Paphos there is the Feggari camping site in Coral Bay and the Polis Chrysochous camping site.
    Theopemptou said new sites need to be created because camping tourism had increased due to the financial crisis. Aside from that, he said existing campsites were not being properly run.
    “There must be rules and rules are not applied,” said Theopemptou. He said the way camping sites usually operate in Cyprus was unacceptable and that the government must step up and introduce new legislation that will ensure that camping sites serve the purpose they are supposed to.
    “Kalymnos camping in Governor’s beach is the most tragic example; people live permanently there, permanent structures have been erected… unacceptable,” he said.
    The property is facing having its licence revoked by the CTO, which is examining whether it still fulfils the criteria of a camping site.
    “You cannot erect a permanent structure at a camping site, everyone must evacuate the site once every month that is what usually happens to such places abroad,” Theopemptou said.
    He also gave as an example the Troodos camping site, where authorities had to evict permanent squatters in 2012.

    POLIS SEEKS INVESTORS

    POLIS Mayor Angelos Georgiou responded to reports that the Polis campsite, the island’s most popular one among young people, would be seeking a strategic investor.
    He told the Cyprus Mail the municipality was doing its best to secure funding for the long-awaited upgrade to the site, perhaps through the EU and was waiting for government help. If not, they might open the camp to strategic investors but no decision would be made until at least September, he said. He declined to give further details, although the possibility of a strategic investor was mentioned as far back as 2012.

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    Campingplatz in Polis

    update....

    http://cyprus-mail.com/2017/06/05/mo...site-operator/

    Moves underway to dismiss Polis campsite operator

    By Bejay Browne

    POLIS municipality is looking to remove the current operator of its well-known camping site by the end of the year to enable a hunt for an investor to get underway.

    They have served Lakis Matheou, who has operated the site since 2000, with a lawyer’s letter, according to officials.

    Mayor of Polis Chrysochous, Giotis Papachristofi, told the Sunday Mail that the municipality started working with their lawyer in February to try to remove Matheou, at least by the end of the year.

    “We want to try to find a solution in the coming month that will satisfy both parties and ensure that Mr Matheou is no longer at the campsite from the end of the year,” he said.

    Papachristofi said that this move will ensure that the municipality is able to secure an investor for a huge planned renovation project, which he said will see the area transformed into a more modern venue which will attract visitors from all over the world.

    Matheou confirmed that around six weeks ago, he received a legal letter requesting that he vacate the site, but he pointed out that it contradicts the decision of the previous mayor and council that gave him permission to operate the site until after a new investor is found.

    “They are trying to change the agreement and they can’t do that, the only way to do that is through the court,” he said.

    The site was created by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) in the late 1970s early 1980s. Facilities haven’t been changed since then and are in desperate need of upgrading.

    The camp site is owned by the forestry department and leased to the municipality for an initial period of 15 years, with a renewal option of two further periods. The municipality rent it out to Matheou.

    “This camping site is very important to us, it is well known and we need to fix it up and beautify it so that more people will visit. We need to bring more money into the area as we are far from Paphos and don’t receive as many visitors,” said the mayor.

    The master plan includes reception buildings, a recreation centre, toilets, showers, new road surfaces, upgrading water and electricity supply and a children’s playground.

    However, Matheou said that he believes that planned upgrading work is unnecessary and expensive, and will destroy an area of natural beauty, stripping it of its charm and changing the atmosphere entirely.

    “People come here to be in nature and it’s a beautiful area. I love this place and this is why I fight to stay here,” he said.

    The operator said that since 2000, he has paid more than 850,000 euros in rent to the CTO and the municipality. Matheou also owns and operates the sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach, after winning a tender bid, he makes a reasonable income from both businesses, he said.

    He agrees that Polis Chrysochous camping site facilities, which were built in the early 1980s are outdated, but insists that huge amounts of money are not necessary to upgrade the site.

    He said that all that is needed is to upgrade the interiors of the buildings, fitting them out with new facilities, fixing and resurfacing the access road with natural materials and not concrete as is planned, and creating walkways out of wood. He noted that any changes must be in keeping with the surrounding woodland.

    Polis municipality have been mulling a master plan and mega upgrades – at a cost of around 1.5 million euros – for a number of years, but as yet, nothing major has changed.

    Every year, and this year is no exception he said, Matheou pays for work at the site to ‘refresh’ it prior to opening. This includes painting the four building blocks which include toilets, showers and communal kitchens, replacing windows and tiles and any other work that is necessary.

    “Every year I pay from five to eight thousand from my own pocket just in order to open. I have never had any of this money back,” he said.

    The site is open from late April to October, depending on the weather.

    “I want to find a solution and me being there doesn’t stop any would-be investors from being interested,” said Matheou, “but I don’t believe the municipality will find an investor for such a huge amount of money.”

    The mayor said that a number of private investors have already shown interest in the site.

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