Greek Islands Guide
Cyprus is an island country surrounded by Mediterranean sea. This small island, known for it’s warm climate, rich culture, delicious food, clean beaches, busy nightlife, and friendly local citizens, attracts thousands of tourists every year. After years of disputes, conflicts and invasions, Cyprus is a happy place now, with lots of joyful festivals, fascinating exhibitions and authentic museums, lovely taverns and cafes, and large theme parks.
With the Limassol taxi company - Cyprus24.taxi you can travel the length and breadth of this beautiful island and enjoy all its sights.
The Republic of Cyprus is divided into the following districts:
Nicosia (also called Lefkosia) is the capital and the largest city of the Republic. Located in the center of the island, this district attracts the visitors with many historical places (Venetian fortifications, Buyuk Khan, Ledras shopping street), alongside with modern galleries, nightclubs, discos, restaurants, and amusement parks.
Larnaca, small district between Nicosia and Famagusta, famous for beautiful Finikoudes promenade and beach, is situated conveniently near the sea front. Larnaca Salt Lake and Hala Sultan Mosque, Medieval Castle and old Marina - all these sights are worth visiting, as well as small authentic villages in this locality.
Paphos district is located in western side of the island. It is known as the birth place of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love and Beauty. The spellbinding of local scenery makes the heart soar.There is also an international airport in Paphos. You can easily book Paphos airport transfers to your preferred place of stay even before you arrive to the island
Limassol district is a major touristic center; many people come here to enjoy nightlife, visit Cypriot wineries, attend Limassol Carnival, and even engage in agritourism farm activities. Experienced drivers of Limassol taxi will gladly take you to the most exciting attractions and sights.
Famagusta district is known for its large port. Located on the sea shore, it offers lots of water activities for visitors of all ages. There are many nice villages in Famagusta region, such as Ayia Napa, Protaras, Paralimni, Liopetri and others. Each of the villages is unique and beautiful in its own way.
No matter what city or village you choose to stay in, you can find the famous Cypriot wine everywhere. And don’t forget to taste local delicacies, such as halloumi cheese, souvlakia, meze, kleftiko, fresh seafood, and of course, sweet palouzes, soutzoukkos and loukoumades.