The island state of Cyprus, located in the eastern Mediterranean, has for many years been one of the most popular and favorite holiday destinations among our compatriots. Numerous resorts for every taste and wallet thickness are located practically along the entire coast. Let's briefly consider the most famous places where rest promises a lot of pleasant emotions and impressions.
This is perhaps the most popular resort among foreign tourists, being the third largest city in Cyprus, located in the southeastern part of the island state. An ideal place to relax for the vast majority of guests.
The local beaches are mostly sandy, but some are covered with small pebbles. Vacationers with small children will surely appreciate the possibility of a smooth entry into the sea with a sandy bottom. Larnaca has a large number of hotels and hotels of the category 2-3 stars with a low cost of living. The city is also known for its numerous ancient sights, as well as the Finikoulis promenade with an amazing view of the sea bay.
This is the second most populous city in Cyprus, located in the south of the island, and is rightfully considered the most "Russian-speaking" - almost all establishments have staff who speak Russian, you can often find a menu on the great and mighty. Due to its extremely favorable location between Larnaca and Paphos, many excursions around Cyprus start from here.
Limassol attracts tourists with its predominantly sandy beaches, although there are also some sandy and pebble beaches. In the city itself and in the surrounding area, there is a large number of interesting sights.
Deservedly one of the most popular Cypriot resorts among foreign tourists. There is an impressive number of restaurants and bars, discos and nightclubs. The era of general fun reigns here literally both day and night.
Here you can see very picturesque natural landscapes, visit an amusement park and a water park. The sandy beaches in and around Ayia Napa are widely recognized as some of the best in all of Cyprus. There are also interesting sights with a centuries-old entertaining history.
This solid and respectable resort is conveniently located in the southwestern part of the island sunny Cyprus, in the middle of gentle, picturesque hills. According to one of the ancient Greek myths, it was here that the goddess of love and beauty Aphrodite was born from the sea foam. An atmosphere of calm and measuredness is the traditional companion of a holiday in Paphos. Hotels and hostels, cafes and restaurants - all of them offer their guests and guests an impeccable premium service.
The sea beaches in Paphos are both sandy and rocky. The surrounding natural landscapes pleasantly delight with their unique beauty. There are numerous monuments from various historical eras in the city and its surroundings.
This small resort town, living a calm measured life, is conveniently located in a beautiful area in the southeastern part of island Cyprus. The city is surrounded on all sides by large green fields and small villages with farms and windmills - ideal for a relaxing family holiday away from the hustle and bustle of the world.
The beaches of Protaras are sandy with a gentle entrance to the sea. The city has modern hotel complexes, cafes and restaurants. Nearby there are picturesque sea caves and grottoes with a mysterious setting inside.