The island of Cyprus has always been popular with visitors from the UK, offering year round sunshine, captivating beaches, sumptuous luxury resorts and sleepy villages. The Cypriots themselves are the final ingredient to this successful mix, being both proud of their beautiful island and extremely friendly to their UK visitors.
Combining the cool serenity of the Troodos Mountains, delectable local cuisine, the warmth of the traditional tavernas and the endless summer ambience of the vibrant coastal towns, holidays to Cyprus have something to suit everyone’s taste.
Fed by cooling offshore breezes during the hot summer months, Paphos, on the south west of the island, is home to some of the island’s best resorts .
The Akamas peninsula, on Cyprus’s west coast, is the quieter side of the island, with breathtaking lagoons and secluded bays. On its eastern edge is to be found one of the Mediterranean’s very best resorts, Anassa.
Discover a world far removed from the resort culture of the coast. The extensively forested and mountainous interior of Cyprus is like stepping back into another century, with sleepy villages nestling in the folds of the Troodos Mountains. Painted churches and dramatically positioned monasteries dot the landscape.