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Holidays in Cyprus

An island for everyone

Thanks to its sandy beaches, ancient sights and up-tempo nightlife, Cyprus is a firm holiday favourite, attracting everyone from families to clubbers. Beautiful beaches and a mix of laid-back and lively resorts fringe the island. And if you go inland, you’ll find sleepy villages, hidden hamlets and the scenic Troodos Mountains.

Larnaca region

The Larnaca region of Cyprus is home to the family-favourite resort of Protaras. Its golden beach and clear shallow waters are a winning combination for anyone with little ones, and its main strip has a good mix of restaurants, cafes and bars. Further south is Ayia Napa. It’s best known as a clubbing mecca, but it’s also home to one of the island’s best beaches and has a pretty old town. Neighbouring Nissi Beach completes the trio of resorts. It boasts a waterpark and white-sand beach with its own islet.

Paphos region

The town of Paphos is the best-known resort on Cyprus’ west coast. A traditional harbour town, it’s got a handful of golden beaches, a pretty marina and a long list of historical sights, including the Tombs of the Kings. Elsewhere in the region is Limassol, which has a 7-mile stretch of beach, and Coral Bay, where you’ll find a large horseshoe-shaped cove with Blue Flag credentials. If you’re after somewhere away from it all, the quiet seaside villages of Polis, Amathus Bay and Latchi give you an authentic slice of island life.

Holidays in Cyprus - Paphos | 8 days Guaranteed departures every week from 399€ Highlights: Paphos (Nea Paphos) the currently inhabited city, was founded on the sea near the western end of the island with a beautiful port She has a founding myth: it was founded by Agamemnon, Chief of the Arcadians at the siege of Troy, who, after conquering this town, was killed by the storm which separated the Greek fleet on the coast of Cyprus.
Located at the crossroads of three continents, Cyprus is easily accessible from Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle east. More than 40 airlines including Cyprus Airways, the island's national carrier, operate scheduled flights from and to Larnaca and Paphos international airports.
The Paphos region of Cyprus’ west coast runs from Polis, on the island’s north-western tip, down to the city of Limassol, in the south. Most people come here for the beaches, and once you see them you’ll understand why. Blue Flag sands are flanked by limestone cliffs and accessorised by tilting palm trees.
Cyprus’ east coast has a reputation for being something of an insomniac. Over the years, the lively town of Ayia Napa has really earned its nightlife stripes, thanks to a neon strip full of bars and nightclubs. But all-night partying is just one chapter in the Larnaca region’s story. This part of Cyprus has plenty for couples and families, as well.
Lemesos, still known to many as Limassol (Limasol in Turkish), is one of Cyprus’ most underrated cities. Modelled on what seems to be an American seaside cityscape, the long stretch that is Lemesos has its busy main road running across the entire city, with cafes, shops, restaurants and general life going on to the north, while a long, mediocre but popular beach is lapped by the Mediterranean to the south.
Nicosia, the capital of the island of Cyprus, has incorporated elements of the many empires and kingdoms that have claimed it over centuries stretching back to the Bronze Age.
Whatever the season, Cyprus provides ample opportunity to experience something new, interesting and exciting, including activities, events, customs and places that are unique and special to the island.

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