Travel Cyprus

Traveling to Cyprus is somewhat like visiting several countries at once. The feel is decidedly European in some respects, but its proximity to Turkey, Syria, and even Africa cannot be denied. You’ll find a wonderful mix of cultures in Cyprus, along with plenty of sights and sounds for any traveler.

Cyprus travel tips & advice

Cyprus is a small island, with a partly rocky coastline, and hills dotted with terra cotta roofed houses. It is home to many ancient architectural sights and a serious modern nightlife at the same time. Some parts of Cyprus are overdeveloped, but there are still some beautiful and unspoiled sights.

Be certain to check out the Gothic castles, Buffavento and Kantara. And, visit Ancient Salamis, a beautiful archaeological site of an ancient Cyprus kingdom.
When you’re ready for some fun in the sun, there are some fantastic beaches in Cyprus. The Karpas Peninsula boasts both beautiful beaches and lush greenery. This is an outdoor lover’s paradise, as the area also has abundant wildlife. Kyrenia and the North Coast of Cyprus are the most popular beach destinations.

Lemesos is also a wonderful place for visiting the beach as well as shopping and sightseeing. The south end of town is all beach on the Mediterranean, and the north end houses the old city, where you’ll find wonderful walking streets lined with shops and outdoor cafes.

Flights to Cyprus / How to Get There

Find cheap flights to Cyprus. Cyprus is served only by a small number of commercial flights. Most visitors arrive by air charter. Larnaka and Pafos airports are the international stops that host commercial flights from outside the country. Cyprus Airways is the national air carrier.

Hotels in Cyprus & Where to Stay

Find the best prices for hotels in Cyprus here. There are lots of high end hotels in Cyprus, particularly beach resorts. However, if you look around, you can find some budget accommodations, in the form of smaller hotels and guesthouses. You can also find small apartments that offer short term rentals for visitors. In some of the old villages, you’ll find a few small family owned hotels. These can provide very charming accommodations with an old world feel.