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Accommodation in Cyprus

Cyprus is a haven for not just party and food patrons, but also families, thanks to low cost holidays in Cyprus. Every summer, the island nation attracts millions of tourists- families, honeymooners, solo backpackers, from all over the world to celebrate what Cyprus as to offer- sunshine, beaches, sea landscapes, fresh island cuisine, nightclubs and all-inclusive resorts. You can choose between sea view and mountain view accommodations. Many hotels in Cyprus are located at the backdrop of Olympus Mountains and Paphos forest, completely in the heart of lush greenery and just an hour away from the beach. All the neighbourhoods like Paphos, Limassol, Larnaca, Ayia Napa are ideal for finding hotels in Cyprus.

Cyprus Overview

Sitting in the eastern Mediterranean is the island nation Republic of Cyprus, with pristine golden sand resort lined beaches. The west is guarded by the magnificent Paphos forest greenery and on the east is Larnaca, a family friendly resort. Limassol and Akrotiri form the southern end while Nicosia, the capital city is the north boundary. You can easily book cheap holidays to Cyprus online as all these areas are lined with cheap hotels. In recent years, the influx of tourists and cheap hotels in Cyprus has converted it from an agrarian to a tourism based economy.

Where to Stay on your Cyprus Holiday

The availability of low cost holidays to Cyprus and cheap flights and hotels, Cyprus has become a preferred destination for those looking for beach, party and food. Hotels in Cyprus range from upscale resorts to low cost apartments and hostels. You can easily find budget accommodation in Cyprus, whether you are visiting with family, friends or as couples. The whitewashed, sunbathed, airy seaside apartments are quite popular with couples and families as they offer complete independence and a huge living space with sea views. Poli, Peyia, Pissouri, Akrotiri, Ayia Napa are more popular among the travellers than other towns. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Cyprus, close to the beach, where you can go clubbing till the early morning, then Ayia Napa is the best option for you as it is filled with nightclubs, bars and discos. Those who love nature can find accommodation near Peyia and Pano Platres.

Things to See and Do in Cyprus

Cyprus holidays resorts attracts thousands of families and groups every summer, who mostly choose to stay in Larnacas and Paphos, which has many all-inclusive hotels and resorts that offer unlimited food and drinks with daily activities, assuring a fun filled and entertaining day. Children particularly enjoy at the waterparks, horse-riding, museums, Fun Bus for Paphos tour, kids club, dinosaur park, holiday village at Paphos, etc. Not just for kids, Cyprus hotels also offer a great deal of fun and adventure for adults too. Cyprus beaches are thriving with water sports and restaurants and bars and perfect for relaxing all day if you do not wish to engage in water sports. Hotels in Cyprus often have a spa onsite that blend nature and comfort and offers a totally rejuvenating experience. At nature’s bounty in Cyprus, you will be mesmerized by the scenic landscape, mountains, flora, vegetation, hiking and cycling trails that also goes deep in the forest, forest parks, sea arches and gorges and much more. Nature could solely be the reason you visit Cyprus apart from partying as it offers a blissful experience you’ll remember forever.

Cyprus Nightlife

If endless partying is on the itinerary of your Cyprus holiday, then Ayia Napa is it. The small beachside resort has increasingly become popular among party lovers. From a sleepy fishing village to a party hub, Aiya Napa has come a long way as it was even mentioned in Guinness Book of World records for maximum number of clubs. Here you can find restaurants, bars, nightclubs, discos, and hotels that hosts incredible DJ and music nights. Some of the clubs and discos are open all day where party starts as early as 12 noon and goes on till 7 or 8 in the morning. You can also find clubs with free entry and complimentary drinks. As dawn breaks you can head to one of your Cyprus hotels and crash or relax by the beach with new friends. Party Hard and Mayhem are currently the most trending bars while weekly beach parties are organized at Macronissos Beach Club where the events in peak seasons are bigger and more fun than you can imagine. Blue Moon bar, Club Ice, River Reagge, Club Aqua, and more clubs are also great. Limasol, Larnaca and Paphos town also have some night clubs.

Food options in Cyprus

The cuisine in Cyprus, called Cypriot, essentially comprises of fresh local produce of this Mediterranean island, thus making it one of the healthiest cuisines. Be ready for a culinary journey on your Cyprus Holiday, as you will be spoilt with the wide array of fresh and flavourful ingredients that forms the soul of Cypriot cuisine. Cyprus is a heaven for vegetarians as Cypriots love exotic green and citrus vegetables, pulses and olives in their food. You would love to try Yemista and Lahana, and of course fresh green salad with hummus and pita. The restaurants at Cyprus hotels, local joints and street food are a Mecca for food lovers as you can sample everything from fresh pasta dishes, crunchy snacks, seafood, from hearty portions of meat to unique cheeses and homemade desserts. Some traditional dishes like the Moussaka, Mezedes, Souvla, Gyros, Loukoumades dessert, Loukoum, tulumba, etc. are a must try. Meze is a unique way of celebrating the food culture in Cyprus which traditionally include bite size portions of over 20 dishes and 7 courses starting from fresh salad and ending with homemade desert. All of this you can wash down with a glass or two of local beverages like Ouzo, Commandaria, Modiktiko, Cyprus beers.

Shopping in Cyprus

When you feel the need for a little retail therapy you will be delighted to know that irrespective where you find accommodation in Cyprus, there will be designers and fashion boutiques packing the streets. You can find everything from Mango, Zara, to Fendi and Armani and sports brands as well. Various buddy fashion designers from Europe and Greece have also opened independent stores here. Not just clothes, Cyprus markets also have plenty of options for buying craft and antiques, handbags and shoes, etc. You can also buy lace, knitted curtains, silk, ceramics, silver and gold, from local weekly markets at a good bargain. Larnaca, Nicosia, Paphos, Argos, Limmasol, are more famous for shopping than anything else.

Trivia facts about Cyprus

You might be surprised to know that Cyprus is home to some of the oldest waterfalls of the world. Legend has it that the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was born in Cyprus. The country is also known as the playground of the Gods. Taxi drivers in Cyprus do not give change. They keep the change as a tip. The whole of Cyprus is a UNESCO world heritage site. Cyprus is the only foreign venue at which an English Royal Wedding has been hosted. The capital city of Cyprus, Nicosia, is divided by “The Green Line.” This line is also known as the UN buffer zone. It is the only capital in the world that is divided between two nations. Cyprus is one of the oldest wine producing countries in the world and offers unique wines and local beers you would never want to miss.

Fast Facts about Cyprus

Capital: Nicosia

Major Language: Greek and Turkish

Nearest airport: Larnaca International Airport and Paphos International Airport

Flight duration from Dublin to Larnaca International Airport: 5 hours 45 minutes

Currency: Euro

Time difference: Nicosia is 2 hours ahead of Dublin.



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