Cyprus is at the crossroads between Europe, the Middle East, and Northern Africa, and is easily accessible in the eastern Mediterranean from any of these three regions. The island nation is known for its beautiful beaches, regional wines, rugged mountainous interior, and the coastal city of Paphos - archaeological sites related to Aphrodite. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.

Some of the best places to visit in cyprus

1. Agios Georgios is an archaeological site near the village of Pegeia. This 6th-century Christian settlement was partially unearthed in the 1950s with the discovery of three basilicas and a bath. In the 1990s, further excavations brought forth an unwalled settlement, possibly a port city along a transportation path from Egypt to Constantinople. Settlement discoveries include Basilica A with a baptistery and a smaller basilica, Basilica B, as well as the remains of Basilica C, a sacristy, guest house, courtyard, well, and oil press. Agios Georgios is a famous destination for pilgrimage in this region, and is situated between the basilica sites and the necropolis (graveyard). 

2. Ayia Napa is consistently ranked among the best beaches in the world. Visitors will find no fewer than a dozen sandy beaches here, many of which have earned Blue Flag status for their facilities and cleanliness. Nissi Beach is 3 km of golden sand and is hugely popular with tourists, Sandy Bay is protected from the wind and is a great place for swimming with small children, and Pantahou is a popular fishing harbor. Many beaches offer a plethora of water sports, including sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing, paragliding, boating, and jet skiing. Fishing and diving excursions as well as boating daytrips are also available. Landlubbers will enjoy horseback riding, hiking, and jeep safaris into the island's interior.

3. Kakopetria, situated in the northern foothills of the Troodos Mountains, has a cool climate and amazing landscapes, making it a desirable tourist destination. It is abundant with fruit trees of every variety, but is well known for its apples. Vegetables - especially tomatoes and potatoes - some grains, and vineyards for wine-making are prominent. There are a number of must-see attractions in the area, including Old Kakopetria, which was designated an ancient monument by the Department of Antiquities. There are also the Kakopetria Forest and the Trail of Atalanti, the Milos tis Gonias water mill, Central Square, and the Heroes' Monument. Travelers may also want to see the Olive Mill Museum, or Linos Museum, dedicated to wine, bread, and olive oil; both are in Old Kakopetria.


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