If you are looking for a fun packed holiday in the Sun then look no further than Cyprus where you will find rich culture, fantastic sightseeing opportunities, beautiful beaches and enjoy plenty of shopping, watersports and a buzzing nightlife. The Island basks in year round sun making it the perfect destination for a beach holiday but Cyprus has so much more to offer.
Active holidaymakers will love Cyprus as you can enjoy a range of activities in the sunny climate. The Troödos region mountains found in the South are popular with hikers and also a good place to visit for amazing panoramic views of the stunning scenery Cyprus has to offer. The beaches are a highlight of Cyprus with golden sands and clear warm waters. Ayia Napa’s Nissi beach is the best for sunbathing whilst the beach in Larnanca has an array of watersports on offer. Have a go at windsurfing, snorkeling or simply hire a pedalo and float along to a spot where you can dive into the stunning blue sea to cool off.
The island is steeped in ancient history so there are many interesting sights to visit including Aphrodite’s Rock. If you are interested in history then the resort of Lefkosia is a great place to visit. Less touristy than other resorts in Cyprus, Lefkosia is a delightful old town which also features museums and has a lot of restaurants serving traditional Cypriot cuisine. It’s also one of the best places in Cyprus to find some Cypriot specialities like pottery and woven baskets to take home as souvenirs.
In the evening sit back and relax in one of the islands tavernas and enjoy a delicious traditional meal. Cyprus is also known for it’s wine and has plenty of vineyards to visit so make sure you enjoy some locally produced wine on your tour and perhaps buy a bottle or two to take back home. For buzzing nightlife head to party resorts Ayia Napa and Paphos where there are lots of trendy bars and clubs so you can dance the night away.
once a small fishing village, is located on the South East coast of Cyprus and is renowned for its nightlife. The Square in the town centre is the focal point for those looking for a great night out with a seemingly endless choice of bars and clubs. » More Information
is a city located on the South East coast of Cyprus with numerous golden sandy beaches stretching across 25km with the main ones of Phinikoudes and McKenzie having been awarded Blue Flags for cleanliness. » More Information
is the second largest town in Cyprus and it’s largest seaside resort; it is located on the South coast of the island. The town is popular with tourists and enjoys a varied nightlife, a choice of shops and restaurants, beaches and an interesting history. » More Information
is rumoured to have been built on the site where Greek Goddess Aphrodite was born. Located on the South West coast of Cyprus the town is only 9 miles away from Paphos Airport so transfers are short and you can begin your holiday straight away. » More Information