Cyprus Tours

For those seeking an escape from a busier life, parts of Cyprus can be incredibly remote and you can visit these on day tours. Whether you want to stay away from it all, or keep in touch with busier towns and make day trips to the island’s sprawling mountains and fragrant citrus groves, having your villa offers the choice and freedom to do so. The far corners of the island offer the best terrain for walking tours, outdoor activities and calm retreats. The Akamas peninsula in the far west, and the Karpas peninsula in the Turkish, eastern part of the island are both visited for their historic villages, long, deserted beaches and tranquillity, away from the bustle of the party regions of Ayia Napa and Limassol.


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Club 18-30 Cyprus Review

  • Name: Jason Usher
  • Age: 45
  • Nationality: British
  • Trip Name: Paralimni, East Cyprus
  • Date Joined: July 2000

Would You Recommended This Trip? Yes

  • Overall Rating: 28
  • Administration & Support: 5
  • Accommodation: 5
  • In-Country Staff / Guide: 4
  • Fun:5
  • Safety: 5
  • Value For Money: 4


A Review of My Day Trip to Paralimni

During my third day in sunny Cyprus I then joined an day trip group to the ancient exotic town called Paralimni. Ever since the Turkish invasion of 1974, Paralimni has grown into an modern day town. Taking the place of nearby Famagusta in the free Famagusta district which has banks, shops and other amenities. Originally Paralimni was a small agricultural village near a lake, henceforth it's name: Paralimni. Though the lake is now dry it has been famous since mediaeval times for its ambelopoulia, a delicacy made with migrating birds the beccaficos.  Two miles from Liopertri village is an oasis in the rocky area and that also provides important shelter for the fishermen and their own boats. The visitors there enjoys the full splendor of the clear blue open sea and the wonderful peacefulness of that environment. A real true paradise.



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