Each year in June the flood festival, known as Kataklysmos*, is taking place in each coastal town of Cyprus, which is celebrated 50 days after Orthodox Easter on the day of the Holly Spirit.
It is an open-air fair with the stalls set up alongside the seashore selling crafts, toys, hygiene items, traditional food and sweets.
The most popular custom of the day of Kataklysmos is the throwing of water to one another. A custom we really enjoyed when we were younger.
*Cataclysm comes from the Greek word Kataklysmos which means “a deluge or flood.”
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