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Go on a trip to Cyprus

Cyprus, the island of mythology, ancient gods and heavenly beaches, is a dream destination for all lovers of nature, history and culture. Located in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea, it offers a variety of spectacular landscapes, from the mountains to the seaside. Pristine white sand beaches, hidden coves, lush green mountains and picturesque villages offer endless possibilities for exploring this beautiful island. The influences of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian, Ottoman and British civilizations have shaped the history and culture of Cyprus, offering visitors a wealth of unforgettable experiences.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Cyprus

  • Nicosia, the shared capital of Cyprus

    This city is unique, being the only capital divided into two parts, one Greek and one Turkish. Nicosia is full of history, culture and architectural wonders that are sure to amaze you.
    Discover the charm of the cobblestone streets of the old city, with its Orthodox churches and mosques side by side. Visit the magnificent Archiepiscopal Palace and explore the well-preserved Venetian walls that surround the city. Take a break for a coffee in one of the many terraces in the old town, while admiring the surroundings.
    If you are a history lover, be sure to visit the Nicosia Archaeological Museum which houses an impressive collection of ancient artifacts, or the Cypriot Resistance Museum which traces the city’s turbulent history.
    Nicosia is also known for its lively markets, where you can find fresh local produce, handmade souvenirs and Cypriot culinary specialties.

  • Paphos

    Located on the southwest coast of Cyprus, Paphos is a city with a rich and diverse cultural and natural heritage. One of the most popular sites in Paphos is the archaeological site of Kato Paphos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This historical site is full of mosaics and relics from the Roman era, such as villas, baths and a theater. Visitors can stroll through the column-lined alleys and admire the beautiful mosaics, which depict mythological and historical scenes. While exploring the old town, you will discover the church of St. Solomon, which is one of the oldest on the island. This Byzantine Orthodox church is decorated with 12th century frescoes depicting biblical and historical scenes. The city also offers a lively and friendly atmosphere, with its streets lined with restaurants, stores and cafes. Paphos is also full of natural wonders to discover. The Avakas Gorge, located to the west of the city, offers impressive scenery with its rocky walls and crystal clear waterways. You can also go to the beach of Coral Bay, which is considered one of the most beautiful in the country.

  • Kyrénia

    Kyrenia has a fascinating history dating back to the Bronze Age. One of the most popular attractions is the Kyrenia Castle, which dates back to the 15th century and offers a breathtaking view of the city and the sea. You can also visit the museum of archaeology, which displays ancient artifacts from the Bronze Age to the Roman era. If you are more interested in outdoor activities, Kyrenia offers many options for hikers, divers and water sports enthusiasts. The beach of Kervansaray is one of the most popular, with its fine sand and crystal clear waters. You can also explore the surrounding area by taking a boat trip or visiting the charming village of Bellapais, famous for its Franciscan abbey.

  • Omodos Village

    Nestled in the Commandaria Valley, discover Omodos, a charming village located in the heart of the mountains. Omodos is known for its traditional architecture, cobblestone streets, vineyards and Byzantine churches.
    The village has a long history dating back to Roman times, but it was mainly in the Middle Ages that it developed. Today, it has become a popular tourist destination for those seeking to experience traditional Cypriot culture.
    The center of the village is the main square, with a large fountain and trees offering shade for resting. The square is lined with taverns and cafes offering local cuisine. The narrow, winding streets of the village are lined with traditional stone houses with wrought iron balconies and tiled roofs. The streets lead to the main church of St. Michael, a Byzantine church built in the 12th century, which is decorated with frescoes and ancient icons. Visitors can also explore the area’s vineyards and taste the local wines, including the famous Commandaria wine. The village is surrounded by green hills and olive groves, making it an ideal place for hiking.

  • The Troodos Massif

    The Troodos Massif is home to the highest point in Cyprus, Mount Olympus, which rises to 1,952 meters. Climbing the mountain is an exhilarating experience for experienced hikers. For the less experienced, there are easier routes that offer spectacular views of the surrounding area.
    The Troodos Massif is also known for its picturesque traditional villages, such as Omodos, Lofou and Platres. These villages are rich in history and culture, and offer an authentic experience of Cypriot life. You can discover Byzantine churches, cobblestone streets and traditional stone houses. Don’t forget to taste the local specialties, such as haloumi cheese and the traditional bread, the famous daktyla. The region is also known for its thermal springs, which have been used since ancient times for their therapeutic properties. The thermal springs of Kalopanayiotis and Kakopetria offer hot baths and spa treatments, for the ultimate relaxation experience.

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