The legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, Cyprus enjoys year-round sunshine, pretty beaches, scenic countryside and a wealth of historical and archaeological sites. Its people are friendly whilst the island’s atmosphere is laid-back and welcoming, making it the perfect destination for a combination of relaxation and culture.

Destinations in Cyprus

The pretty port in Limassol is filled with designer shops


Limassol’s sprawling hinterlands reveal Byzantine churches, curious cobblestone villages and enchanting waterfalls.

The Kato Pafos Archaeological Park is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site


Sapphire blue ocean lovingly clings to the beautiful golden stretches, making Cyprus’s westernmost region of Paphos an idyllic retreat to enjoy pleasurable year-round sunshine.



Settled in a hilly terrain, Pissouri is a quiet area that boasts picture perfect views of its sandy coastline and the sea.

Latchi, Polis region in northern Cyprus


Idyllic beaches, charming fishing ports and a meandering pace in Polis offer an incandescent glimpse into halcyon days.


A Little More About Cyprus

It has sophisticated cities, which offer visitors a comprehensive range of restaurants, lively bars and interesting museums. Paphos, which is a designated World Heritage Site has much to delight, including the nearby Roman floor mosaics, the burial ground of the Tombs of the Kings and the scenic Rock of Aphrodite.

Head to the cosmopolitan city of Limassol for a bustling social scene with streets filled with restaurants and shops. There is the lovely Molos promenade, a seaside park which is perfect for an evening stroll, two modern marinas and a quaint old town to explore.

Further afield in rural areas, such as the valleys of the Troodos Mountains, you will find quaint villages with atmospheric winding streets, traditional tavernas and ancient ruins.

The island is also home to some of the finest hotels in the Mediterranean with their unique blend of modern facilities and traditional Cypriot charm and service.

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The island’s Mediterranean climate of hot, dry summers are ideal for beach lovers and mild winters are perfect for exploration. Cyprus also enjoys warmer, sunny spring and autumn weather making it an appealing off-season destination.

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Flight Information

Approximately 4 hours 30 minutes to Paphos Airport and Larnaca Airport (direct from London, Manchester, Birmingham and most other regional UK airports).




Greek, English is widely spoken

Time Difference

GMT +2 hours

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