Cyprus is made up of different peninsulas in the north, south, east and west of the island. A list of the peninsulas, the towns they are located in and their areas can be seen below:
230 square km
2. Cape Greco
180 square km
Akamas Peninsula is located on the western angle of Cyprus in Paphos and it is considered as one of the most popular places to visit. The na...
Akrotiri Peninsula is a small peninsula which includes the most southernmost area of the Cyprus Island. The peninsula is constrained by the ...
Cape Greco or Cavo Greco (Greek: Κάβο Γκρέκο) is located in the southeastern part of Cyprus and is a part of Ayia Napa Municipalit...
Karpasia , or Krapasea or Karpasou peninsula is the largest North-eastern peninsula of Cyprus which forms the projection of Mount Olympus , ...
Kormakitis Peninsula is a balcony with an infinite blue view and a history which goes back to the Roman and Byzantine years. This title is r...
Tilliria peninsula is a mountainous peninsula located at the northwest part of the island between the Chrysochous Bay and Morphou Bay. It ha...
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The principle religion in Cyprus is Orthodoxy. The biggest part of Cyprus population (around 78% of the total population) belong to the Gree...
There are five ports in Cyprus, Limassol, Larnaca, Paphos, Latsi and Pomos which cater the people either for leisure or commerce.
Folk art is the creation of the people and it expresses the various characteristics through the centuries. Through folk art and the traditio...
Cyprus is well known for its crystal clear blue waters and sandy beaches, however there are many people who would prefer to spend a more exc...
Public holidays in Cyprus.January 1st - New Year's DayJanuary 6th - Epiphany DayGreen Monday (varies from year to year -50 Days before G...