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Cities in Larnaca region

Larnaca

Larnaca

Larnaca is one of the oldest cities in Europe, but here tradition combines in an inspired manner with modernity, so that the settlement has something to offer every tourist. Since the first visit you will discover with delight the beauty of Cyprus. It is said that Larnaca is the best destination to understand why Cyprus is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the Mediterranean space. The golden sand beaches, sea, palm countless extraordinary high, the impressive number of clubs, bars, restaurants and pubs spread the shore area, the pleasant weather, everything is combined into an unforgettable experience.


Cities in Ayia Napa region

Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa

Years and years ago there was a hunter, a king of his own domain, who used to visit the forest of Ayia Napa with his hunting party. He came across a cave and on entering found an icon of Saint Panaya (Mary mother of Christ). On making this discovery, he made the cave into a church and built a small church on top of the caves. 20 years ago Ayia Napa was a small fishing village with a population of 200. The name of Ayia Napa comes from Saint Panaya (Mary mother of Christ). A small church in the centre of the village was named after our Mother Mary.


Protaras

Protaras

Located on the east coast of Cyprus, Protaras resort covers about 5 km from the coastline of Famagusta. Protaras has blossomed into a charming resort in the 1980s as a more sophisticated alternative to the wild crowd and atmosphere specific town or neighborhood: Ayia Napa (located 8 km west). Protaras has become an idyllic holiday resort largely due to the beautiful sandy beaches around it. There are several excellent beaches to satisfy various tastes of tourists. For example, the main beach "Fig Tree Bay, considered one of the most popular beaches on the island, offers a wide range of water sports, while the north coast, tranquil waters of Skoutari Beach are perfect for snorkelling .


Cities in Paphos region

Paphos

Paphos

Paphos, the mythical birth place of the goddess Aphrodite, is a city on the coast of Cyprus, 153 km away from Nicosia. In ancient times, there were two locations called Old Paphos and New Paphos. Nowadays, the inhabited area is New Paphos. The resort benefits from a Mediterranean climate, with abundant sunlight all year round. Paphos has five major parts: Aphrodite, goddess of beauty, the Apostle Paul (who arrived in Paphos in the first century, on his way to Rome), Paphos, son of Pygmalion and the Greek Empire - Roman. The 5th century landmark is the fact that the entire city was declared petrimouniul archaeological site and included in UNESCO.


Cities in Limassol region

Limassol

Limassol

Limassol or Lemesos (Greek: Λεμεσός, Lemesós; Turkish: Limasol or Leymosun) is the second-largest city in Cyprus, with a population of 228.000 (2008). It is the largest city in geographical size, and the biggest municipality on the island. The city is located on Akrotiri Bay, on the island's southern coast and it is the capital of Limassol District. Limassol is the biggest port in the Mediterranean transit trade. It has also become one of the most important tourism, trade and service-providing centres in the area. Limassol is renowned for its long cultural tradition, and is home to the Cyprus University of Technology.


Cities in Famagusta region

Famagusta North Cyprus

Famagusta North Cyprus

Situated on the eastern coast of Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean, Famagusta (Gazimagusa in Turkish) is recognized as the historical capital of Northern Cyprus. Famagusta is amazing city founded in the 11th century BC and is one of the striking examples of medieval architecture in the world. This city is a paradise for lovers of history. In every corner of the ancient city of monuments found and St. Nicholas Cathedral (Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque), Othello's Tower, the Roman city of Salamis (includes an amphitheater, Roman baths, a gimnasium and royal tombs), St.


Cities in Kyrenia region

Kyrenia North Cyprus

Kyrenia North Cyprus

Kyrenia, a city with more than three thousand years of Greek history and civilization, is situated on the northern coast of Cyprus and the Mediterranean is an idyllic location, home to countless civilizations, miles of natural beaches, calm sea and mild climate. Bounded on the north and south of the Mediterranean greenery of Mount Besparmak (Five Fingers), Kyrenia offers the most beautiful landscapes on the island. Kyrenia is a place where visitors can fill their every moment of the day laborers, exploring shops, markets, local cafes, walking the narrow alleys, cobbled streets behind the port and promenade.


Cities in Nicosia region

Nicosia

Nicosia

Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus. Situated on the River Pedieos, admnistrativ Nicosia is the center of a sector, and is currently the only divided capital in the world, the northern (Turkish) and southern (Greek) being separated by a "Green Line", a demilitarized zone maintained by the UN. The city is a trade center and manufactures textiles, leather, ceramics, plastics and other products. Copper mines are nearby.


Cities in Akamas region

Polis

Polis

Polis is a small town in north-western island of Cyprus, near the Akamas peninsula and the Gulf Chrysochous. It is a quiet resort, residents income is supplemented by agriculture and fishing. The surroundings are populated coastal villages offering typical Cypriot hospitality, culture and cuisine, unique flora and abundant fauna. Polis is served by the fishing port Latsia - an attraction famous for its fish taverns and boat trips to nature reserve. A walk along the nature trails accompanied by the bay view is a unique experience. From Polis can easily visit the surroundings, the best way to do this is by renting a car (in Cyprus drive on the left).