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- €8 per day for rentals of 7 days or mor.e
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Places to Visit
Kolossi Castle is an important fort located a few kilometers outside the city of Limassol on the island of Cyprus. The castle and grounds give a peaceful feeling, even though the building itself is pretty austere.
The stonework is in fine condition considering the structures age, the staircases and battlements as well as the grounds, all these allow you to imagine life here back hundreds of years ago. [more]
Larnaca has two sides – one the oldest inhabited city with a lot of historical sightseeing and the other is the international gateway to Cyprus having an international airport. Also it's occupied with deep blue seas with mature palm trees, bright sandy beaches where you can hire sun beds with umbrellas and spend the entire day there.
Also there are unlimited choices of pubs, bars, restaurants and clubs to entertain you near the seafront. Historic places you must see are Ancient Kition, Church of Ayios Lazaros, Larnaca Medieval Museum,District Museum…etc. for information click here.
Akamas Peninsula is the natural place of island protected by UNESCO where you can find hundreds of plant species, bird species, mamals and reptiles. It is said there are 168 different varieties of birds, 12 different manmmals, 20 different reptiles, and 16 different butterfly species. Apart from these, there are pine and juniper forests, maquis forests, gorges, cliffs, and sand dunes.
During spring the area is ablaze with flowers and the scent of anemones and famous orchids and jasmine of Cyprus are heavy in the air.
The Main attractions to visitors are longhead turtles and Aphrodite territory, the playground of the goddess. You can feel the presence of the god through the scent of flora and fauna, valleys, and ancient tracks where the goddess is said to have bathed, near Polis. [more]
Troodos Mountains is the biggest mountain range in Cyprus, situated in the centre of the island and stretching across the western side of Cyprus.
Mount Olympus is the Troodos highest peak with a height of 1,952 metres. An ideal holiday option for those who are a bit bored of Mediterranean beach life. It's the best place to visit in summer for those who love to walk between trees on dirt track and also ideal when there is snow fall – for skiing.
Good for everyone as there are many things to enjoy like famous mountain resorts, Byzantine monasteries and churches on mountain peaks, and nestling in its valleys and picturesque mountain villages clinging to terraced hill slopes. [more]
Kyrenia – situated on the north coast of Cyprus and famous for its attractions like natural sandy beaches, charming harbour full of yachts, fishing boats, calm sea carrying mild Mediterranean climate.
North side bounded by sea and to the south by the greenery of the Beşparmak (Fivefinger) Mountain range, it itself offers a true dreamland for its visitors.
Kyrenia's charming and tiny harbour, full of yachts and fishing boats with the backdrop of the jagged mountains behind and the calm sea in front, the harbour has an intoxicatingly serene atmosphere. It's an easy place to choose to stay as there are numerous hotels, restaurants, shops, care hire companies to meet all your requirements during your stay.[more]
City with Mediterranean climate and having the largest industrial centres and wine manufacturing industry. It's the second largest city in Cyprus and famous among wine lovers. In September it's the wine festival of Cyprus where visitors get the opportunity to taste some of the country’s best wines.
Also Ballet Festival and colourful Limassol Carnival is arranged in February. Other places to see in Limassol are Municipal market – which is always busy with locals and tourists, Limassol’s Municipal Zoo Garden - opened more than 50 years ago. It houses 300 birds and animals that have been brought from other zoos as well as rescued from circuses. [more]
Paphos – known as island’s capital in Greco roman times and mythical birthplace of Aphrodite. Paphos is full of Greek goddess of love and beauty, and founding myth, eventhe town's name is linked to the goddess, as the eponymous.
Archalogical places to see in Cyprus include Castle of Paphos, a Byzantine fort,Tombs of the Kings - the Pillar on whichSaint Paulwas allegedlytied andflogged, the ancient Odeon Theatre, the Byzantine Museumand the District Archaeological Museum– where you will find a collection of Cypriot antiquities from the Neolithic Age to 1700 AD.
Near the Odeon there are the remains of the ancient city walls and the Roman market. Among other treasures, are the exquisite, beautifully preserved mosaics in the Houses of Dionysos, Theseus and Aion.
This remarkable history has led to Paphos being included in the official UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. [more]
Nicosia is the capital and the largest city in Cyprus and is well know for seat of government and cultural centre of Cyprus. Tourist spots and monuments to be visited in Nicosia are The Statue of Makarios III at the Archiepiscopal Palace, The Presidential Palace, part of the modern section of the city.
While the other important buildings and institute are located in Nicosia .like the Cyprus College, The Cyprus Institute of Marketing, Cyprus International Institute for the Environment and Public Health, Frederick Institute of Technology, Near East University and Cyprus International University…[more]
Ayia Napa and Protaras
If your are looking for non stop entertainment to make your holiday unforgettable, then Ayia Napa should be top of your list. Ayia Napa in Cyprus is a small fishing costal village having population of around 1000, but in peak season these number swell to around 10,000.
It has Greek controlled southern half of the island providing lots of opportunities for water sports and is a popular destination for package tours. In recent years, it has become as famous for its parties as Ibiza.
Ayia Napa is full of nightlife and entertainment as it has clubs and pubs with music to suit everybody. If you prefer a more relaxed and quiet holiday then maybe Ayia Napa is not the place for you. For more information click here.