From ancient history to modern music
If it’s fun and vibrant nightlife you’re wanting, look no further than the islands party capital of Ayia Napa which attracts thousands of party goers each year descending upon the resort to take advantage of the sun, sea and great clubbing experiences. Larnaca Holidays offer you a captivating modern city which boasts a magnificent palm lined promenade, full of bustling bars and restaurants offering a great choice of entertainment for all the family.
Holidays to Paphos or Limassol offer you the chance to combine ancient history, modern facilities and stunning family friendly beaches all within one resort. The family orientated resort of Protaras is also high on the list of must see destinations in Cyprus. The capital of the island Nicosia (also named Lefkosia) is a fantastic mixture of modern life alongside culture, amazing architecture and history with a good choice of museums to visit as well as the many Greek Orthodox Churches.
After dark Cyprus has something to offer everyone from great hotel based entertainment to family bars and restaurants or romantic escapes for couples. Each resort offers a variety of restaurants and tavernas to tempt your taste buds. Halloumi cheese is a famous dish in Cyprus and usually grilled and served as an appetiser alongside beautifully fresh salads and olives. Main dishes are varied and meats such as lamb, pork and chicken are all very popular and a great opportunity to sample true Cypriot style cuisine, a great way to end a day of fun in the sun. You can book cheap holidays and late deals to Cyprus here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
Fig Tree Bay
Fig Tree Bay is the most well known beach in the resort of Protaras. The bay inherited its name from a fig tree which stands a small distance from the beach
Tombs of the Kings
The Tombs of the Kings is a large necropolis lying about two kilometres north west of Paphos harbour in Cyprus. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Petra tou Romiou, a rock off the shore along the main road from Paphos to Limassol, has been regarded since ancient times as the birthplace of Aphrodite