Peninsula

Tilliria Peninsula

Tilliria peninsula is a mountainous peninsula located at the northwest part of the island between the Chrysochous Bay and Morphou Bay. It has a length of 6 kilometres and width of 30 kilometres which run from the Paphos and the Nicosia districts.

Akrotiri Peninsula

Akrotiri Peninsula is a small peninsula which includes the most southernmost area of the Cyprus Island. The peninsula is constrained by the Episkopi Bay to the west and Akrotiri Bay to the east. Also, it has two capes which are known as Cape Zevgari and Cape Gata.

Akamas Peninsula

The Akamas Peninsula took its name from an Athenian warrior, the son of Theseus who after the Trojan war he came at the peninsula. Akamas Peninsula covers about 230 square km and is located on the western angle of Cyprus Island.

Cape Greco Peninsula

Cape Greco or Cavo Greco (Greek: Κάβο Γκρέκο) is located in the southeastern part of Cyprus and is a part of Ayia Napa Municipality. The headland of Cavo Greco is a famous destination for tourist and for locals due to its natural beauty which was the reason to be proclaimed in 1993 a protected National Forest Park.