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About Paphos

Paphos (Pafos) situated on the Cyprus south-west coast, previously the capital city of the island, the garden of the island and now mostly known as the sleepier seaside resort, although in reality the diversity from Paphos town, out to Akamas, into the Paphos forest and the Latchi to Pomos coast is quite astounding.

About Limassol

Limassol (Lemesos), found on the south coast of Cyprus, the second largest city in Cyprus was built between two ancient cities, Amathus and Kourion, known historically as Neapolis (new town). The city and district is a hot bed of an intellectual and artistic life, with many nationalities mixing together.

About Larnaca

Known for its palm-tree seafront, the growing economy of Larnaca (Larnaka) and district due to the international airport and cargo port, is home to many tour and travel operators, and service sector employers over 65% of the local labour force. Beaches in and out of town are lined with seafood and intenational restaurants.

About Famagusta

Whilst the main town of the Famagusta remains outside of the Republic of Cyprus controlled area, the fine sand beaches & entertainment industries of Ayia Napa, Paralimni and Protaras have kept the growing coastal towns an important location for visitors and island residents.

About Nicosia

Located near the centre of the Mesaoria plain, Nicosia is the heart, capital and largest city on the island of Cyprus. The last divided capital in the world, the financial centre has experienced remarkable infrastructure progress whilst maintaining its Venetian walled heart of cobbled shopping streets.

About Kyrenia

A major cultural centre, and now considered to be the touristic capital outside of the Republic of Cyprus controlled area, Kyrenia is mainly noted for its historic harbour and castle, whilst it is home to numerous hotels, a vibrant nightlife and a busy port. This district is currently not covered by this website.