- Paphos Harbour & Castle
- Kourion/Kolossi Castle
- Larnaca Salt Lake & Hala Sultan Tekke
- Agia Napa and Protaras
- Nicosia 'within the walls' and the House of Hadigeorgakis Kornesios
- Cedar Valley
- Panayia tou Araka
- The Paphos mosaics
Traditionally seen as a convenient stepping stone between Europe and the Middle East; Cyprus owes much of its historic importance to an enviable geographic location.
It’s hardly surprising then that every major power in the region has made a point of conquering or colonising it at some point. Cyprus’ position at the maritime crossroads of the Mediterranean has brought religious diversity and even today plump Orthodox domes compete with slender minarets to define the skyline.
Cyprus has been welcoming visitors for millennia and Cypriots are well-known for their hospitality. Besides a warm welcome you are guaranteed clear blue skies and year-round sunshine, as well as stunning beaches and spectacular scenery. The island’s cultural diversity is perhaps best reflected in the local cuisine which brings together the best elements of Mediterranean cooking.
Traveling to Cyprus is very easy. Most of the major airline companies provide frequent flights, especially during the summer period. You can easily book your shuttle Cyprus transfer service. Just click to visit our Larnaca airport transfer , Paphos airport transfer and Limassol port transfer page, or you could visit a site dedicated to Cyprus Transfer bookings by clicking here: