cyprusCyprus is an island full of history with lots to see and do. It has sunshine almost all year round, although it does get cooler during the winter months and you may even find snow in the mountains and on the hills.

Cyprus has great culture, archaeology, friendly people and tradition. There are many places of interest including:

  • The Tombs of the Kings in Paphos
  • Troodos Mountains
  • Old Castles
  • Monasteries
  • Byzantine Churches

There are several beaches in Cyprus including Fig Tree Bay, Ayia Napa plus Coral Bay and Curium Beach near to Limassol.

Drive in to the Troodos Mountains and go pony trekking, visit waterfalls, local tavernas and see magnificent views from the top.

Take a trip to the divided city of Nicosia. It is full of little lanes to shop and eat along as well as see the remains from the old city near to the border. You can take a walk through the border provided you have your passport with you and see the old town of Nicosia, but please remember that you need to take some Turkish Lire with you as they do not accept Cyprus Pounds there.

Nicosia holds lots of history and there are many tales that the locals will tell you.

Paphos is a harbour resort with restaurants, bars, tavernas, luxury hotels, water sports and you can even take a sunset cruise and watch the sun go down over the harbour of Paphos. You may even get to see one of the many concerts held at the castle in the harbour whilst you are there.

Limassol is a good place for shopping and nightlife as it has many bars, restaurants and clubs. It is more commercialised than Paphos, although it does have an old town with a cathedral and medieval museum.

If something more lively is what you are looking for then you should visit the party town of Ayia Napa which its beaches, nightclubs, bars, restaurants, watersports and many other attractions. Why not stay in nearby Protaras and sample both busy and peaceful.

Cyprus is a holiday for families, couples, singles, wedding parties and anniversary holidays.