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Nicosia Villages

Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus and it is situated in the centre of the island.  It is built over the Pedieos River and forms the base for the government. During antiquity its name was Lydra and it was one of the most ancient kingdoms in Cyprus. As the capital of Cyprus, it was taken over by the Franks, the Venetian, the Ottomans and the British.

Limassol Villages

Limassol is a coastal district in the southern part of Cyprus. It is a relatively new district, even though clues have been found that prove that it was inhabited from antiquity. It is built amphitheatrically over the Acrotiri Bay between the two ancient cities of Amathounda towards the east, and Kourion to the west.

Paphos Villages

Paphos is a coastal district in the southwest part of Cyprus. Since antiquity it has been one of the most important ancient kingdoms on the island. At the same time it has always been famous as the worshipping centre for the goddess Aphrodite.

Green Line - Nicosia

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The Green Line (Πράσινη γραμμή in Greek) or the United Nations Buffer Zone, is the Nicosia border between the Greek Cypriot side and the occupied part of Cyprus.

Cyprus Zoos and Amusement Parks

There are a lot of Amusement Parks in Cyprus where you can start your day with an adventure, by planning a visit to one of those fantastic parks.

If you are tired of the sun and the sea organise a family visit to one of the zoos (Paphos Zoo, Limassol Zoos), aquariums (Protaras Ocean Aquarium) or parks (Adventure Mountain Park, Mazotos Camel Park, Golden Donkey Farm, Sparti Rope Park , Cyprus Land Medieval Theme Park) on the island.

There are many fun things to do at each and every one of these places for all ages and for every budget.

Cyprus Festivals

Many festivals are organised on the island of Cyprus, in an attempt for both locals and foreigners to meet the Cypriot tradition and culture, nature and its products and discover the beauty if the iconic villages.

Some festivals have been taking place for years and some take place for the first time with larger or smaller crowds accordingly.

The organisation of the Cypriot festivals brings us closer to the Cypriot tradition and culture, also giving us an excuse to visit nature, our villages, meet the Cypriot outdoors, products and its residents.

Cyprus Bridges

Cyprus is filled with various bridges (Venetian, Medieval etc ) all over the island. These beautiful locations remind us of fairy tales and transport us back in time to hundreds of years ago.

It is well known fact that Cyprus had been occupied by a variety of conquerors over the course of time, with many conquerors leaving their mark on the island.

Many elements of their culture, civilisation, folklore and architecture have been incorporated with that of the island’s to create what we know today.