About Cyprus

Cyprus, the island of Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty who, according to legend was born here is situated in the eastern Mediterranean. Cyprus has a long turbulent history tracing back over nine thousand years, each period from the Neolithic age, the ancient Greeks and the Romans leaving its trace. read more...

About Protaras

Protaras, located on the south eastern coast of Cyprus, has become a popular holiday destination in recent years. More family orientated than its neighbor, Ayia Napa but just as much to offer. read more...

About Larnaca

Being home to the main International airport of Cyprus this is where most tourists begin their holiday. Probably the most appealing site of Larnaca to tourists is Phinikoudes (Palm Tree) beach in the city centre. A great place to have a walk along the promenade, relax on the beach or have a bite at one of the many surrounding cafes or restaurants. read more...

About Nicosia

Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus with a history dating back 5000 years. Sadly, Cyprus was invaded by Turkey in 1974 leaving 36 percent of the island illegally occupied. This includes half of the islands capital, now the last divided capital in the world. read more...

About Limassol

Limassol is the largest sea side town in Cyprus and also the location of the annual wine festival of Cyprus. A tour of the wineries can be arranged in order to see production and of course taste the final product. A wide range of tavernas, pubs, disco and nightclubs span the 10km long sea front promenade which is the perfect place to spend hours walking or just relaxing in the sun. read more...

About Paphos

The countryside around Paphos is among some of the most beautiful on the island and, with a history dating back thousands of years it is a perfect holiday destination with lots to see. The small fishing harbour is a very charming focal point where you will also find plenty of tavernas and cafes, all serving either traditional local dishes or, if this is not to your taste there are plenty of fast food outlets too. read more...

About Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa, a coastal resort located at the eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus, is famous for its golden sandy beaches attracting a vast number of tourists each year. When the Turkish invasion in 1974 resulted in the inaccessibility of the majority of the Famagusta area, tourists began steadily visiting Ayia Napa which at that time was only a tiny fishing village. Today it is a major tourist attraction in Cyprus not only for its wonderful beaches but also for its amazing nightlife. read more...


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