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Take in some of Cyprus’ fascinating history at Kato Paphos Archaeological Park, the crumbling but beautiful St. Hilarion Castle in Kyrenia, or the Ayios Neophytos Monastery, which has a fantastic museum suitable for all ages.
Try some of Cyprus’ mouth-watering cuisine with a varied meze platter. Consisting of a range of Mediterranean ingredients from goats’ cheese to vine leaves, fresh seafood and tasty vegetables, meze is the best way to try a little of everything.
Hike the picturesque Troodos Mountains for breath-taking panoramic views of the island. There are trails of varying difficulties so everyone can take part. Look out for wild strawberries, quaint hillside villages and sprawling vineyards for a taste of rural Cyprus.
Indulge in a traditional Turkish bath. The Omeriye Hamam in Nicosia is a famous 14th century bathhouse offering traditional saunas in ornate rooms, perfect for unwinding and enjoying an exfoliating massage followed by a refreshing Turkish tea.
Head to Latchi, on the Akamas Peninsular, for some seriously extreme water sports. The beaches are pristine and the water sports centre here offers jet-skiing, windsurfing, sailing and scuba diving with PADI certificated instructors, so you can explore the underwater world of Cyprus too.
Parts of the island, like Ayia Napa and Paphos see a lot of nightlife tourists, but the country also offers plenty of beautiful landscapes, immersive history and local cuisine that blend the ingredients of Europe with the spices and traditions of the East. UNESCO have had a field day in the historical hotspot of Paphos, with ancient tombs, Roman amphitheatres and intricate mosaics joining stunning churches, crumbling ruins and impressive forts. The Larnaca region is the life and soul of Cyprus, with lively resorts Ayia Napa and Protaras leading the way. If you want a beautifully bold holiday base, with lots going on day and night, Larnaca is the perfect spot for you. Whilst Cyprus isn't exactly a small island, it is just small enough to cover by car. However, if you're content to stay in one place, Cyprus offers many great locations where all you need worry about is whether you should take a swim, have a cocktail or discover something new about the great Mediterranean civilizations.