The EMIRA routes began in 1969 when the founder, Mr Michael, studied ceramics art in Famagusta. In 1975 due to the Turkish invasion in Cyprus, the artist emigrated to Athens where he continued his studies in ceramics art. Following this he opened his own pottery workshop there. In 1987 he returned to Cyprus and established Emira Pottery at 13 Mehmet Ali Str. near St. Lazarus church, as it is today.

The beauty of ceramics inspired him to expand his horizons and open a showroom with his creations. Our workshop is open to the public and visitors will have the opportunity to watch the artists creating, but they will also be challenged to try the magic of clay.