There are many Cyprus attractions varying from historical attractions such as medieval castles and interesting archaeological sites, to other cultural attractions which include beautiful villages, churches, monasteries and local wineries found in various locations.

Apart from these, Cyprus has amazing beaches and coasts to offer with shallow turquoise waters, in which tourists or locals can spend their time relaxing and enjoying the sun, beach and crystal clear waters.

Apart from the sea, Cyprus can also offer breath taking mountain views and clean fresh air in some of the amazing mountain resorts located near the Troodos mountain range.

There are hundreds of attractions and things to do in Cyprus and in the list below you can find some of the most popular activities and places to visit.

Things to do and places to see in Cyprus

Akaki River

The Akaki River is located in the village of Akaki in the Nicosia district is said to be one of the most beautiful sites in the village. ...

Ezousa River

The Ezousa River is located in the Paphos district. It is the sixth largest river in length on the island of Cyprus, with a length of 41 kil...

Xeros River, Paphos

The Xeros or Asprokremmos or Xeropotamos River  is located in the Paphos district and it is one of the longest rivers in the distr...

Pedieos River

Pedieos River or Pidias or Pithkias is the longest river in Cyprus, with a length of 98 kilometres. Its greatest depth reaches 10 metres. Th...

Edro III Shipwreck

The Edro III Shipwreck story began in 2011 and in particularly late on the night of the 7th of October with the flag of Sierra Leone, the pr...

White Star Shipwreck

The White Star Shipwreck is located in the Paphos district. It is an ex Russian fishing boat which sank near the Paphos port as it was be...

MV Dimitrios II Shipwreck, Chloraka

The  MV Dimitrios II shipwreck is situated on the coast of Chloraka village in the town of Paphos. The cargo ship was made in Germ...

Vera Shipwreck

The Vera Lebanese cargo ship came into the shallow waters of Paphos in 1972 and was originally used as a target for army training. Later ...