International Paediatric Colorectal Club Meeting

May 14th – 16th, 2017

Lanitis ‘Carob Mill’ Complex,
Queen Berengaria Str. (Vasilissis Berengarias Str.)
Limassol / Cyprus
Tel: +357 25 820 464
Fax: +357 25 820 474

Registration Desk hours

Sunday 14th May : 15.30 – 18.00

Monday 15th May: 07.30 – 17.30

Tuesday 16th May: 07.30 – 13.00

Getting to the venue

Public transport is well organized along the main road with most of the Hotels. Bus Nr. 30 drives along the coastline avenue with a Bus stop just 5 minutes to the venue. For the exact schedule please visit the following link:


The official language of the meeting is English.

Certificate of Attendance

Certificates of attendance will be available on Tuesday 16th May


Exhibition of producers and distributors of surgical devices, other medical equipment, and pharmaceuticals used in the treatment of colorectal diseases in children will represent a substantial part of the meeting. To see the list of exhibiting companies, please visit the “Partners/Exhibitors” section of this website.

Visa requirements

Visitors from non-EU countries must possess a passport valid for at least three months after the end of the meeting. Participants requiring a visa should apply immediately to the consular office or embassy of the Cyprus Republic in their country in order to avoid inconvenience. Please note that the visa application procedure can take some weeks.

For more detailed information and application forms please visit:

The Local Organizer can assist the attendees by processing official invitations upon request. This letter of invitation, however, constitutes neither any obligation by the Local Organizing Committee to cover any travel and accommodation expenses, fees or other costs connected with attending the meeting and staying in the Republic of Cyprus.

Time Zone

Cyprus is in the Eastern European Time Zone (GMT+2 hrs).


May is generally a warm rather than hot month in Limassol. There is an average daytime maximum temperature of 24°C and an average overnight minimum of 14.5°C. Heatwaves occasionally crop up, thanks to plumes of hot air from northern Africa via southerly winds, and temperatures as high as 35°C are observed on rare occasions.