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Things to do in Cyprus
Ayia Napa - make a splash at the Water World themed park
Waterworld themed water park at Ayia Napa is the largest park of its kind in Europe, with 18 different slides and flume attractions. There are also areas in the park where you can relax and be soothed by gentle bubbles or invigorated by cascading water. The park which was opened in 1996 has an Ancient Greek theme. It is open every day, excluding some public holidays.
Kyrenia - view the scenery from St Hilarion castle
St Hilarion Castle was originally a monastery and is built in to the mountainside overlooking the island of Cyprus. It was extensively fortified in the 12th century to protect itself against pirates but later dismantled by the Venetians to reduce their costs in the 15th century. The castle is on 3 different levels and there are over 700 steps between them so a degree of fitness is required in order to see the whole site.
Paphos - visit the Ayios Neophytos monastry and caves
The remoteness of Cyprus and its tranquility made it a great place for contemplation hence the number of monasteries that can be found on the island. The monastery at Ayios Neophytos just outside Paphos is one of the more unusual as it was founded by a hermit back in the 12th century and the caves that he cut from the rocks can still be seen along with a number of the frescos he drew. The monastery is still inhabited and has a small courtyard and church which is open to visitors.
Protaras - enjoy strolling the scenic coastal paths
For amazing views of the Mediterranean coastline of Cyprus take a walk along the cliffs at Protaras. There is plenty to see including local wildlife and even a number of Roman ruins. If you can take a little extra time to explore some of the many caves in the cliffs as you never know what you will find. Even a few hours make this a very worthwhile experience.
Introduction of Cyprus
An independent Greek island and one of the most popular package-tour destinations in the Mediterranean, Cyprus offers visitors the chance to enjoy idyllic beaches, charming villages and a notorious party scene. Many travellers get here by flying to Larnaca, on the south coast. It offers easy access to Ayia Napa, a former fishing village and now the clubbing centre of Cyprus, as well as family resorts such as Protaras. West of Larnaca, the city of Limassol is a popular tourist destination hosting a medieval old town. It has an excellent beach, located just outside the city, as well as easy access to historical sites such as the ancient city of Kourion. Limassol doesn't have an airport, so most travellers get here by flying into Paphos instead, a busy resort filled with package tourists for much of the year. Both Paphos and Limassol are well-located for visiting the Troodos Mountains, a region which mainly appeals to hikers and nature lovers. The capital, Nicosia, is located in the north and is the final 'divided' capital in the world. Most guests visit on daytrips, enjoying the old city's museums and architecture before returning to their Cyprus hotels on the coast.