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Honored in Greek legend as the birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus has a special charm that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. The region is just as well known for its stunning beaches as it is for the fascinating history of its archaeological sites, making it perfect for nature lovers and history buffs alike.

Visitors can explore ancient castles, marvel at the beauty of waterfalls, or enjoy a day at one of the zoos or aquariums.There's no doubt that Cyprus is an ideal vacation destination no matter what the time of year – the only question is what you'll do when you get there.

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OUR FAVOURITE HOTELS

Palatino

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Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

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Zakynthos Town

Palatino Hotel

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Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

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Zakynthos

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Zakynthos Town

OUR TOP CYPRUS DEALS

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

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£452pp £376pp

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

CYPRUS INFORMATION

Currency

Euro

Language

Greek & Turkish

Time Zone

GMT+2

Avg. Flight Time

4 h 30 m

Peak Travel

All Year Round

Price of a pint

€3.00

MORE ABOUT CYPRUS

BEACHES
BEACHES

Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean sea, and is a place which has a large variety of blue flag awarded beaches. 
Makronissos beach joins together with the neighbouring Dome beach, the peninsula forms the shape of a dolphin tail. Hhite sands form a soft and beautiful walkway into the azure ocean.

Coral bay is a true  paradise where golden sands lay nestled within a medium-sized cove and are protected from strong currents by the surrounding cliffs. Coral bay offers a wide range of umbrellas, sun loungers and watersport options. 
Nissi beach is absolutely breathtaking with soft white sand that swoops its way across the bay, as transparent waters drive your attention and array of water activities to kick-start the adrenaline rush, from water-skiing and paragliding to ringo rides and banana boats.

NIGHTLIFE
NIGHTLIFE

All the major cities and resorts offer a surfeit of bars and restaurants which keeps you entertained throughout your trip.
The main clubbing spot in Cyprus is Ayia Napa which is internationally known as one of the ultimate party cities wherein Limassol follows second on the nightlife scale.

In Cyprus, you will find various bars compete among themselves with music to draw a crowd. The clubs usually close at around 5 in the morning, but some of them wait till 7, or even 8.The region of Ayia Napa is extremely up to the beat.
The Blue Moon Bar is the major club in Ayia Napa that attracts many people from all over the world.Young people love the beach parties and the non-stop fun with an extraordinary offer for the night entertainment and dance until morning.

SIGHTSEEING
SIGHTSEEING

Cyprus boasts historic, mythical as well as cultural destinations – visitors can enjoy various archaeological sites, or settle for other plentiful outdoor activities including annual festivals, hiking, and water games.Kykkos monastery is adorned with decorations and antique exhibits made from precious metals such as gold, silver, brass, and bronze. Set on a mountain peak, you will need to bring your hiking gear if you want to reach this spot. 

Cyprus is an independent nation with a long and colorful past. Legend has it that Cyprus was the birthplace of Aphrodite, and it’s easy to understand why the ancients chose this appealing island to worship the Greek goddess of love.Lovers of history will be enchanted by the ancient attractions.
Kolossi Castle is a three-story keep built as a military fortress for the Crusaders.Nicosia is one of the most amazing cities in the entirety of Cyprus. Being the capital city of Cyprus, this is no surprise, as it is the very cultural center for all of Cyprus. 
Located in the Troodos Mountains near the city of Nicosia,

FOOD
FOOD

One of the best things about Cyprus is its varied and flavoursome cuisine. Cypriots love their food and you will find a variety of restaurants to explore.While there’s not much difference between the regions within the Republic and Northern Cyprus, the overall Turkish and Greek influences of the North and South equal plenty of variety.

The Ficardo, a great place to eat in Paphos with some of the staple Cypriot dishes.Traditional food in cyprus is influenced by Greek, Byzantine, French, Italian, Catalan, Ottoman and Middle Eastern cuisines.Halloumi is also one of the  most famous product, with its popularity extending to many countries throughout Europe and the Middle East.The cheese is produced by combining a mixture of goat’s and sheep milk, before being set with rennet.
Another hearty meat dish that’s a favourite in Cyprus is the moist stifado, prepared with onions and drenched in red wine. Beef is usually cooked alongside cinnamon sticks and cloves that give it a sweet kick.