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

Vasilikos Cement Limestone Quarry

The Vasilikos Cement Limestone Quarry is located in the Kalavasos village in the Larnaca district. The basic raw material for the product...

Kokkinopezoula - Mitsero Mine

The Kokkinopezoula Mine is located about 28 kilometres southwest of Nicosia, in the village of Mitsero. During the 1950’s pyrite depos...

Sia Mine

The Sia Mine is located on a small hill about 1 kilometre west of the Sia village, on the road which leads from Sia to the community of Math...

Kokkinogia Mine - Mitsero Village

The Kokkinogia Mine is located west of the community of Mitsero in the Nicosia district and it is a sulphide ore mine of copper and sulfur. ...

Kokkinoantonis Mine

Kokkinoatonis Mine is located in the semi-mountainous village of Mathiatis, a few kilometres south of the Nicosia district. More specific...

Latsi Port

The Latsi Port is located in Polis Chrysochous in the Paphos district at the entrance of Akamas, one of the most interesting areas in t...

Limassol Port (New Port)

The strategic part of the Limassol Port, its integration in the European Union , the liberalisation of port services, the expected removal o...

Limassol Port (Old Port)

The old port in Limassol was built in the 1950’s under the British government. It was constructed as a supplement for the Ammochostos P...

Paphos Port

The Paphos Port is one of the most ancient ports in Cyprus, with its archaeological park right next to the port. The Paphos Lighthouse is al...

Pomos port

The seaside possession of the village assisted in the fishing development. In the seaside near the Pomos cape there is a fishing r...

Amathus Archaeological Site

The Amathus archaeological site is located 11km east of Limassol centre and is considered as one of the most important ancient and historica...

Choirokoitia Settlement - Archaeological Site

At the valley of the Saint Mina River, at the bottom of Troodos is the Neolithic settlement of Choirokoitia in the Larnaca district. The set...

Kalavasos Tenta - Archaeological Site

Kalavasos Tenta refers to a hill which is about 20 meters high, over the west side of the Valley of Vasiliko, 2.5kilometres from t...

Kourion Archaeological Site

Kourion archaeological site is located on the west coast of Limassol in the small town of Episkopi. Kourion was an ancient city...

Palaipaphos (Kouklia) Archaeological Site

Palepaphos which means old Paphos was one of the most honoured praying centres of the Greek world, and was once a city-kingdom of Cyprus. ...

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