Welcome to the Island of love, natural beauty and charm. Cyprus is a typical Mediterranean island with year-round sunshine.
Cyprus is a small island with a long history and a rich culture that spans 10,000 years, making it one of the oldest civilisations in the Mediterranean - as evidenced by the many fascinating cultural sights, museums, monuments and galleries.
Situated at the crossroads of three continents - Europe, Asia and Africa - the island’s unique geographic position has played an important part in its turbulent past since antiquity and continue to do so even today.
With the influence of many civilisations, it is only natural that we see the influence of each and every civilisation in gastronomy, culture, architecture way of living. The beautiful Roman Ruins of Salamis Kingdom or the Italian influenced small villages like Lefkara located on the outskirts of the mighty Trodos Mountain, there are plenty to do and discover.
The third largest in the Mediterranean, Cyprus provides a real refuge from the modern life with guaranteed sun, almost year-round.
The natural beauty of Cyprus is breath-taking - from stunning mountain scenery to the deserted golden, sandy beaches in different parts of the island you are sure to have a scenic and relaxing holiday. It is no surprise to hear that according to legend this island was given to Cleopatra by Julius Caesar as a token of his love once you start discovering its natural beauties from small bays to some tranquil mountain retreats.
For many who heads to the charming beach resorts year on year, Cyprus may be just sea and sand but for us there is more than just that and we are keen to introduce you the real Cyprus, to enable you to collect memories of this islands with natural surroundings, friendly people, and delicious cuisine.
Throughout its chequered history, the peoples of this island have absorbed many different cultural influences, and the British are greeted as long parted friends. You will find the influences of the British tangible – Cypriots drive on the left-hand side of the road, the majority speak excellent English, and you will notice those extra touches which show their understanding of the expectations of their British guests.