It may be small in size, but Cyprus’ pristine beaches, easy-going atmosphere and fascinating historical sites are more than enough to captivate its visitors.
Swathes of powdery white sand slide into the aquamarine water of the Mediterranean Sea, with pulsing night clubs drawing crowds in Ayia Napa and family-friendly Protaras, bustling Paphos and stunning Nissi Beach each offering something a little different.
Visitors will be charmed by the welcoming nature of the Cypriots, whose friendliness is just another layer adding to the island’s allure. This warm hospitality is often served up alongside a delicious Cypriot dish, favourites of which include meze, hummus, kebabs, haloumi and indulgent desserts.
Invasion was a running theme throughout the island’s interesting past, and the vestiges of settlements over the years can still be seen today including the Tomb of the Kings, Roman mosaics and other fascinating remains.
Inland Cyprus is quiet and scenic, with the Troodos mountains hiding charming villages and Byzantine monasteries. Skiing can be enjoyed in the winter, while during the summer, the high forest trails provide welcome respite from the warm Mediterranean sun. There are waterfalls and dams, animals and museums to discover amongst this scenic landscape, not to mention the highest peak on the island, Mount Olympus, the highest permitted point of which can be reached by road, beyond that it is military land.
Soak up all of this beauty and culture under the warming Mediterranean sun with family and friends and base your stay in one of our beautiful large villas in Cyprus.