A Cypriot church with winning ways…
CONGRATULATIONS to Chris Readman for his photograph of a church at the harbour at Ayia Napa, a resort at the far eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus, famous for its sandy beaches.
Readman wins an overnight stay for two at the Dolphin Beach Hotel, which has spectacular views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.
The hotel has spacious apartments and beachfront cabanas to suit almost every budget.
Each comfortably appointed unit offers self-catering facilities with satellite television, a safe, wi-fi, undercover parking, facilities for the disabled, as well as housekeeping, babysitting, laundry and dry-cleaning services.
The hotel has a children’s play area in the dunes, an outdoor swimming pool and a health and beauty salon.
The Blowfish Restaurant, which offers sushi, seafood and sunsets, is next to the hotel, while Blouberg’s entertainment promenade is within walking distance, making the Dolphin Beach Hotel a perfect family getaway.
The runners-up are Jenny MacDonald, for her photograph of the Japanese garden at the Irish National Stud Farm, and Evelyn Lyle, for her photograph of the Hex River valley near De Doorns during autumn.
Travel will continue to publish the readers’ photographic competition, offering a prize of an overnight stay for the winner each week.
Rules: All photographs must relate to travel, and you may enter as many photographs as you like.
All photographs must be digital and high-resolution.
No photographs taken on cellphones or photos smaller than 700KB will be accepted. All photographs must be sent as jpeg attachments and not embedded in MS Word documents.
Photographers must supply their name and surname, as well as the suburb they live in, with a phone number and a full caption. Unfortunately, any photographs received without full details or correct resolution will be rejected. Send photographs to travel@ inl. co. za marked “photo competition”.
TAPESTRY: The Hex River valley near De Doorns during autumn.