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Explore the Best of Cyprus
Embark on a journey to Cyprus, an island where the azure seas of Ayia Napa meet the golden sands of Paphos, and rolling hills of the Troodos Mountains embrace the bustling cities like Nicosia and Limassol. This Mediterranean paradise offers a tapestry of experiences woven with luxury, culture, and natural beauty. From the sun-kissed beaches of Coral Bay to the ancient ruins in Kourion, Cyprus is a land of contrasts waiting to be explored.
The range of accommodations varies from opulent resorts in Protaras that redefine luxury to cosy settings in the traditional villages of Larnaca that echo the island's charm, ensuring every stay is as unique as the guests. Embrace the Cyprus way of life, from the festive streets of Limassol to the serene trails of Cape Greco, where every moment becomes a cherished memory.
Dive into a world of diverse accommodations with Cyprus Hotels.
The carefully curated selection caters to all tastes and needs, from serene beachfront retreats where the ocean whispers at your doorstep to vibrant city-center boutiques pulsating with the energy of Cypriot urban life. Each property is unique, offering an array of amenities to suit various preferences.
Guests can enjoy luxury with spas and gourmet dining or opt for a cozy, intimate setting. The user-friendly platform allows filtering options by location, amenities, and price, ensuring an ideal stay in Cyprus is just a few clicks away.
Plunge into Cyprus' sunny beaches for adventure and tranquil relaxation.
Ayia Napa and Protaras
Renowned for pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, these destinations are perfect for swimming, and water sports.
Coral Bay, Papho
Offers family-friendly beaches with golden sands and calm waters, ideal for a relaxing day under the sun.
Known for its tranquil atmosphere, Latchi's beaches are a haven for those seeking a serene beach experience.
For the adventurous at heart, these destinations offer a plethora of activities. Indulge in the thrill of jet-skiing, soar high with parasailing, or ride the waves with windsurfing. For a more leisurely pace, embark on a boat tour to explore the hidden coves and islands, like the enchanting Blue Lagoon. These activities not only provide excitement but also unique ways to experience the stunning coastal beauty of Cyprus.
Sun, Sand, and Sea
Indulge in a world of exquisite dining experiences across Cyprus.
Nicosia and Limassol
Explore the bustling streets lined with tavernas and cafes offering traditional Cypriot dishes like souvla, halloumi, and moussaka.
Wine Villages in Troodos Mountains
Known for its seafood, enjoy fresh fish and calamari at seafront restaurants.
Experience wine-tasting tours and sample local wines like Commandaria and Xynisteri.
Participate in annual events like the Limassol Wine Festival and the Paphos Aphrodite Festival to experience traditional Cypriot cuisine and culture.
Taste the Flavors of Cyprus
Discover Cyprus's past on nature trails through historic, scenic landscapes.
Home to Mount Olympus, these trails are ideal for both casual walks and more challenging hikes, with opportunities to encounter endemic plant and bird species.
Offers a network of trails leading through diverse landscapes, from rugged coastlines to forested hills.
Discover Cyprus's enchanting blend of history and nature. Wander through ancient ruins that whisper tales of bygone civilizations and tread along scenic nature trails that showcase the island's stunning landscapes. From the rugged beauty of the Troodos Mountains to the historic charm of Paphos, each path offers a unique glimpse into the rich heritage and natural wonders of this Mediterranean jewel, creating an unforgettable experience where history and nature beautifully intertwine.
History and Nature Trails Unite
Explore an ancient city-kingdom with impressive ruins including a Greco-Roman theatre and public baths.
Discover ancient Roman villas and stunning mosaics, revealing insights into Cyprus's rich historical tapestry.
Kyrenia Castle, Northern Cyprus
Visit the walled city and the Gothic-style Cathedral of Saint Nicholas converted into a mosque.
A medieval fortress offering panoramic views and a deep dive into the island's past.
Frequently Asked Questions
Greek and Turkish are the official languages.
English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas.
Best Time to Visit
Spring (March to May):
Ideal for outdoor activities with pleasant temperatures and blooming landscapes.
Summer (June to August):
Perfect for beach enthusiasts, though it's the peak tourist season.
Autumn (September to November):
Warm weather continues, making it great for exploring and less crowded.
Winter (December to February):
Cooler, with opportunities for skiing in the Troodos Mountains.
The most convenient way to explore, especially in remote areas. Remember, driving is on the left.
Buses are available but may be less frequent in rural areas.
Widely available, but ensure the meter is running or agree on a fare beforehand.
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency. ATMs are widely available, and credit cards are accepted in most establishments.