Larnaca itself is known as the “Gateway to the Republic-of-Cyprus” compliments of its outstanding state-of-the-art International Airport able to handle up to 9 million passengers, a commercial and Cruise Ship Port – about to receive a major investment of up to 1.5 billion euro in the first phase, and a modern Yachting Marina.READ MORE
Since the mid 70’s Ayia Napa has developed into one of the most popular holiday resorts in Europe.
Situated on the southeast coast of Cyprus it has everything to offer the tourist.
Situated on the east side of the Island, Protaras covers approximately 5km of the golden Famagusta Coastline.READ MORE
This southwest corner of Cyprus has an ambiance all of its own: Soft breezes, old stone, elusive enchantment, and an air of antiquity. This is the kingdom of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and her presence seems to linger.READ MORE
Limassol is a large, cosmopolitan port city and resort, with some of the best hotels in Cyprus and an enormous selection of restaurants, nightclubs and shopping malls, golf resorts, waterparks, and the island’s main casino resort.READ MORE
The capital and the main commercial centre and home of the Republic of Cyprus government, Nicosia, the last divided capital in the world, is often ignored when visiting Cyprus because it’s not a beach-front city.READ MORE