Facts about Cyprus
Cyprus is a beautiful island located in the Mediterranean Sea between Greece, Turkey, and Egypt. here you will find, in addition to beautiful surroundings with the Troodos mountains, the Limassol salt lake and the Paphos forest an exciting culture and world-class gastronomy.
What to see in Cyprus?
Cyprus allows you to see castles, crystal clear blue water and stunning landscapes during the day. It also offers you many opportunities to enjoy what the night has to offer. Pubs, bars, nightclubs or even places where you can dine fine provide visitors with something that truly meets their needs. Add the hospitality and you will probably have a good time.
In Limassol, a wine festival is held every year in late August and early September. Here, wine lovers can get a taste of Cypriot wines and Greek culture, which is in the forefront. The festival annually attracts around 15,000 guests who all get a taste of the local troubadours’ music and demonstrations in winemaking.
The history of Cyprus dates back to before the Roman Empire. It is even mentioned in Christian literature 8 different times. Almost everywhere the eye looks, there are ruins to see, museums to explore, and other places of ethnographic interest where you will have the opportunity to see artifacts dating back to the earliest times of what we consider to be modern humanity.
If you are looking for cultural and historical experiences on your travels to Cyprus, you can go to Paphos, where you can learn more about the history of the archeological park, as well as explore the royal tombs. The area is also known to be the birthplace of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, so it is the ideal destination for a romantic getaway.
There are four championship-grade golf courses in Cyprus that you can enjoy. It’s so easy to get there that you can fly straight in there and get started with 18 holes the first day if you want. You can also bring your hiking boots so you can explore 10 sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List if you want.
Cyprus offers sacrificial visitors a tempting holiday opportunity all year round. If you are ready to let the world go by for a few hours, a few days, or even longer, this island may be the best place to let it happen. Hiking, wine tours and lots of time on the beach can be combined with your favorite activities to create a very special experience.
Questions and answers
The language of Cyprus?
What language is spoken in Cyprus?
The official languages are Greek and Turkish. Most Cypriots also speak good English.
How many inhabitants does Cyprus have?
The total population of Cyprus is approximately 1,150,000
What is the capital of Cyprus?
The capital and largest city of Cyprus is Nicosia
When did Cyprus join the EU?
Cyprus is a member of the EU, the country was admitted on 1 May 2004
Is Cyprus part of Schengen?
Cyprus does not participate in the Schengen cooperation
Is Cyprus a member of NATO?
Cyprus is not a member of the NATO alliance
What time is it in Cyprus?
Cyprus has a time zone of UTC +2. So no matter where you are in the country, the time is the same.
Can you drink tap water in Cyprus?
Officially, there are no problems with drinking the water from the taps. However, most people choose to buy bottled water, it is not very expensive and it can be bought in kiosks everywhere.
When is the best time to travel to Cyprus?
When is the best time to holiday in Cyprus?
You can holiday in Cyprus all year round, it’s a matter of personal taste when you thought it was best. In the cities, summer is generally very hot and may not be the ideal time to be on a city break.
Is it safe to travel in Cyprus?
It is safe to travel in Cyprus as long as you take the same precautions as you would in any other country. This means avoiding deserted areas and refraining from openly displaying valuables in public places.
Family holiday with children in Cyprus
If you need to take children on holiday to Cyprus, here is a link to experiences for children and families.
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