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Over centuries, the island of Cyprus has changed hands between Eastern and Western empires many times. Today, a Turkish enclave in the northeast is cordoned off from the independent nation of Greek descent in the southwest. With its complex history, Cyprus is filled with archaeological sites and centuries-old Greek, Roman and Ottoman structures. Enjoy golden Mediterranean beaches, blue-green water and exciting resort towns.
Head to Cyprus’s southeast corner for some of the island’s most popular beaches. Protaras features Fig Tree Bay Beach, which is protected by a small island. Nearby, Konnos Bay Beach is a small, gorgeous strand with calm waters within a narrow cove. Explore the southern shore of the peninsula east of Ayia Napa to find a network of sea caves along the low sandstone cliffs. Once the sun goes down, spend the evening in Ayia Napa, which is known as one of the island’s liveliest towns.
Head to the island’s west side to find its best historic attractions. The entire city of Paphos on the west coast has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site due to its artifacts. See the third-century Tombs of the Kings, a large burial complex used to house the bodies of ancient aristocrats, and Aphrodite’s Rock, an oceanfront boulder long held to be the birthplace of the Goddess Aphrodite. Visit the city of Limassol on Cyprus’s southern shore. Move west to the well-preserved remains of the ancient city of Kourion, which include a Greco-Roman theater and a fifth-century basilica.
Visit the island’s inland capital city of Nicosia (Lefkosia) to see the Green Line, which divides Cyprus into two nations. Residents of the EU or the USA can pass freely, but others may need to apply for a visa. Explore the city’s historic center, which is surrounded by an ancient sandstone wall, and sample Cyprian cuisine at one of the city’s many gourmet restaurants.
Fly into one of the international airports in Larnaca or Paphos to begin exploring the historic Mediterranean island of Cyprus.
The hôtel is to close to the airport therefore it’s too noisy it’s also on the Main Street which add to the noise! In general the hôtel could have been very pleasant in a quieter area: probably among best Larnaca hotels
The hotel clean and service are great when I will travel again to paphos I will reserve in it .
Modern and comfort Excellent light control in the room and everything was really excellent
Overall my stay was pleasant. The only thing i didnt like was the fact you had to pay for wifi and pay to use the safe in the room. Bus stops were convenient. Loved the swimming pool and activities that go with it. It was a good stay, I’ll defo be back
Small beach, many stones, far away from the city. Food is good, hotel in nice
The Hotel is quite recent and all the services the Hotel offers work perfectly. Staff is ver nice and helpful. Quality of the food is very good.