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  • Larnaca Airport and town
  • Protaras
  • Ayia Napa
  • Limassol
  • Nicosia
  • Polis
  • Paphos Airport and town
  • Troodos &
  • Episkopi

Wifi for rent

  • Unlimited internet.
  • Connecting up to 7 users at the same time.
  • Easy to use.
  • Take it everywhere with you.
  • €8 per day for rentals of 7 days or mor.e
  • €10 per day for rentals of less than 7 day.s

Car rental

  • Pick up / Drop off anywhere on the island.
  • No charge for additional drivers.
  • Full insurance with NO EXCESS for rentals of 7 days or more.
  • Largest and newest fleet of cars on the island.
  • All cars less than 18 months old with most being new.

Places to Visit

Cyprus is known for its stunning beaches, rugged mountains located on the interior of the island, its coastal cities and villages and, of course, its rich archaeological history. When it comes to places to visit the island really does have something for everyone. Here, we take a look at just some of the locations you might find yourself when visiting Cyprus.


The coastal city of Limassol, the second largest in Cyprus, is famous amongst wine lovers. In fact, it is host to the Cyprus wine festival in September, which is very popular with many visitors to the area. Just northwest of the city, you will find Kato Polemidia, where you can tour the vineyards and taste the local wine. Families will love the Limassol Municipal Zoo Garden with its huge collection of birds and animals. In the heart of Limassol itself you will also find the medieval Limassol Castle, located near the old harbour the castle as it can be seen today was rebuilt under the period of Ottoman rule, circa 1590.


During Greco Roman times, Paphos was the capital of the island. This is the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite. This city, on the southwest coast, has a very rich archaeological history with plenty of stunning places to see, from the Castle of Paphos to the Tombs of the Kings. There is also a very good collection of Cypriot antiques at the Archaeological museum. Paphos is on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list and it really isn’t hard to see why.

Paphos is also home to a very family friendly water park which is sure to delight any younger members of your party. There are also plenty of stunning beaches in and around Paphos – in fact Cyprus is home to some of the best beaches in Europe. [more]


No trip to Cyprus is really complete without a visit to a stunning Cypriot village and the wine village of Lofou, which is located between Paphos and Limassol. If you’re looking for something picturesque, this village is everything you could wish for. From narrow cobblestone streets, to the backdrop of stunning countryside and breath-taking mountains, Lofou is sure to appeal to everyone
– just remember to bring your camera.


As the last capital in the world still divided militarily, Nicosia and the green line at Ledra are other destinations that should be on your list. There are plenty of things to see on both sides of the city checkpoint, from the Selimiye Mosque with its stunning architecture which is a hybrid of Christian church and Islamic mosque, to the Cyprus museum – the island’s premier collection of ancient artefacts. Nicosia might be more business-like than touristy, but there is no shortage of friendly cafes and plenty of museums to keep you busy.[more]

Ayia Napa

You would be forgiven for thinking of Ayia Napa as the wilder resort it once was. Things have calmed down significantly over the last decade and there are plenty of beautiful places that are well worth the visit here. Ayia Napa is well worth visiting for its beaches alone – it is home to the highest concentration, anywhere in the world, of Blue Flag beaches. It is also home to the Ayia Napa Monastery and for great family fun Waterworld Waterpark.