Cyprus is an island steeped in history and a rich culture that spans 10,000 years, which makes it one of the oldest civilisations in the Mediterranean. It’s the third largest island in the Mediterranean and a fantastic year-round holiday destination, which appeals to couple, groups, and families of all ages.
It’s said to be the mythical birthplace of the Greek Goddess of love ‘Aphrodite’, ‘Petra tour Romiou’ is also known as Aphrodite’s Rock and is a stunning geological formation of huge rocks along one of the most stunning coastlines on the south west part of the island near Paphos.
The architectural beauty and historical sites are outstanding in Cyprus; Tomb of the Kings, Ancient Kourion, St Hilarion Castle, Ancient Salamis, Kolossi Castle, Kykkos Monastery, Bellapais Abbey to name a few. Offering superb beaches, glorious sunshine, fabulous food, local wine and beer and the amazing Troodos Mountains it’s easy to see why so many holiday makers love Cyprus.
Cyprus became divided in 1974 and the Green Line (patrolled by United Nations a no-man’s land) which stretches from East to West Coast became impassable. This line divides the island between southern Greek Cyprus and norther Turkish Cyprus and runs through the middle of the Capital City Nicosia. Nicosia is a beautiful city steeped in history and worth a visit during your stay.
On the East Coast are the amazing sandy beaches of Aiya Napa, including the popular Nissi Beach and Makronisos beach, reaching round the coastline of Cape Greco to Protaras, Penera and up to the village of Paralimni, which are all places favoured more by those who want a more relaxing holiday, although the resorts have some great tavernas, bars and clubs and plenty of live music but it’s on a much more chilled basis. Aiya Napa boasts fabulous night life through until the early hours of the morning and ironically in the centre of the resort is the most beautiful monastery which is overlooked by the popular Aiya Napa square which is surrounded by bars and clubs and it’s pumping music. Long gone is the once upon a time quiet fishing village of Aiya Napa.
On the East coast is Larnaca which is a port town and known for Finikoudes Beach, the Salt Lake and buzzing bars and shops.
The nearest Airport to the East Coast is Larnaca Airport and Looking4Transfers offers you the best prices for your Cyprus Transfers.
This airport also serves Limassol which is the largest town on the island after the Capital and popular for holiday makers and boasts some stunning 5-star exclusive accommodations and hotels. Limassol Port is busy with cruise ships sailing to and from various destinations and is home to the popular 3-night cruises to Egypt, Israel, and Greek Islands.
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