About Cyprus

Cyprus

FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT CYPPRUS: Geographical Location: 3rd largest island in the Mediterranean Sea located in the eastern Mediterranean – Middle East (between Asia, Africa and Europe) Main Cities: Nicosia(capital), Limassol, Lamaca, Paphos, Famagusta, Kyrenia Official Languages: Greek and Turkish (English is widely spoken) Population (2014 est.): 1,172,458 Currency: EURO, joined EUROZONE since January 2008 Time Zone: 2+... Read More

Polis

The area around the town of Polis in the north western tip of Cyprus, is possibly one of the most beautiful parts of the island, a place where legend has it Aphrodite once roamed, and perfect throughout the year for both short weekend visits, as well as for longer stays. This is the place to come to relax, as life here continues at a gentle pace. It's not surprising that the Polis region together with the rest of the Pafos district have been chosen as a Top 20 most green and ... Read More

Coral Bay

Coral Bay area is home to probably the most beuatiful breath-taking beaches in Paphos, with soft warm sand and glistening turquoise water. It is believed to be an ideal family destination, with its countless activities for children, such as its Mini-golf courses, horse-riding ranch, quad-biking and buggy experiences, water sports, the beaches and mini parks. Coral Bay is also famous for its night-life, as it has many bars. Despite being known for its clubs and buzzing night-l... Read More

Limassol

Legends of kings and kingdoms, and the origins of the island’s wine making industry characterise the Lemesos (Limassol) region, which embodies both the ancient and the modern. Known as the region of wine, celebrations and ancient realms, Lemesos is comprised of its main city - which sits between two important archaeological sites; the ancient city-kingdom of Amathus to the east, and the ancient city-kingdom of Kourion to the west - along with rural areas and charming m... Read More

Paphos

An air of romance and history carries through the naturally abundant and culturally rich region of Pafos (Paphos). Comprised of its old and new towns, rural villages and picturesque resorts, the region is home to some of the most stunning areas of natural beauty on the island, whilst its many archaeological sites are historically invaluable, with Katos Pafos declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a whole. Centered around the quaint harbour and impressive Medieval Castle, ... Read More

Nicosia

Lefkosia (Nicosia) and its surrounding region combines the heartbeat of the island’s commercial and businesses centre with an interesting past, and rural areas where escape is possible in naturally beautiful, green environs. The capital itself is steeped in history and culture, with a charming old city surrounded by massive Venetian walls, and the island’s largest concentration of museums, art galleries and religious and historical monuments, that all tell wonder... Read More

Places to Visit in Paphos

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Places to Visit in Limassol

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Places to Visit in Larnaca

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