Discover North Cyprus
Northern Cyprus has often been described as 'the Mediterranean of your childhood' and that phrase sums up the peace, serenity and sheer natural beauty of almost forgotten backwater of the Levant. Whilst most of the Mediterranean has succumbed to the excesses of mass tourism, North Cyprus is one of the few places where tourism fits in with the environment, rather than the other way round.
Cradled amongst three Mediterranean continents Northern Cyprus depicts a wonderful fabric interwoven with threads of unforgettable history, breath taking scenic beauty and warm Mediterranean hospitality. Indeed, words seem to fall short while talking about a North Cyprus Holiday; its so fascinating that they say that the air here smells of jasmine and honeysuckle! Acting as a playground for the British for many years, Holidaying in Cyprus will offer your senses a rare blend of perfect Mediterranean climate, rich archeological inclusion, uninterrupted sunshine and an array of entertainment options that you just must experience.
Sit back and enjoy the power of silence, attain nirvana in its serene coastline, or test your adrenaline level; Enter a new realm with your soul mate in castles and ports of Kyrenia Nicosia and Famagusta cities or feast your senses on the small restaurants, bars and cafes that look up to you in awe.
Everyone feels blissful while they are on a North Cyprus holiday. Its time you experienced the sunshine coloring the entire city with gold as you tread places in North Cyprus. This lavish holidaying spot loyally serves as a base for the warmest moments in life with its perfectly synchronized streamline of fun, leisure and activities and includes every thing from water sports, medieval ports and castles, ethnic diners to silent-showered streets and much more.
A wonderful monument to those who built it, Kyrenia Castle is the most accessible of all the historical sites in Northern Cyprus. Though you could easily spend longer, half-day tours can be booked during your holiday from our local representatives, though you can obviously make your own way around.