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How to organise a trip to Cyprus

Cyprus is a destination that captivates a huge number of tourists from all over the world every year. With an average of more than 3 million visitors a year, the island attracts both those seeking relaxation on its golden beaches and crystal-clear waters, and history and culture enthusiasts wishing to explore its ancient ruins and archaeological treasures.

Breathtaking beaches, such as the famous Nissi Beach in Ayia Napa and the tranquil Fig Tree Bay in Protaras, are a big draw for those wishing to enjoy the sun and sea in peace. However, Cyprus has much more to offer beyond its shores: from the picturesque mountain villages of Troodos to historic cities such as Nicosia and Paphos, the island offers a variety of experiences to suit all tastes. Visitors are also attracted by the many traditional festivals, culinary festivals and outdoor activities that characterise life on the island.


Before setting off on a trip to Cyprus, it is essential to ensure that you have all the necessary documents in order. For EU citizens, it is sufficient to carry a valid identity card that is valid for foreign travel and not expired for the duration of your stay. For non-EU citizens, it is necessary to carry a valid passport. However, it is always advisable to check the specific requirements of the country of origin and consult the relevant travel authorities for any updates or additional requirements.


In Cyprus, the two official languages are Greek and Turkish. Although most of the population is fluent in English, it is useful to learn a few basic phrases in the local language to facilitate daily interactions and show respect for Cypriot culture and tradition.


The climate in Cyprus is typically Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and mild winters. During the summer months, temperatures can easily reach 30-35 degrees Celsius, while in winter they hover around 10-15 degrees. It is advisable to dress light during the summer and bring a jumper or light jacket for the cooler evenings in winter.

Transport and business hours

Public transport in Cyprus is fairly efficient and mainly includes buses. However, it is important to bear in mind that transport timetables may vary depending on the season and destination. It is advisable to check bus timetables and plan your travel accordingly. Shops usually open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., closing during lunchtime. However, many shops and supermarkets also remain open at weekends to cater to the needs of visitors and residents.

Top 10 places to visit

Exploring Cyprus is like stumbling upon a hidden treasure trove of enchanting places and unforgettable attractions. Here is an irresistible selection of 10 destinations, both free and paid, not to be missed during your trip to the island:

  • 10 paid places to visit in Cyprus:
    1. Nicosia Archaeological Museum;
    2. Kolossi Castle;
    3. Limassol Castle;
    4. Mosaic Museum in Paphos;
    5. House of Dionysus in Paphos;
    6. Caves of Aphrodite;
    7. WaterWorld Themed Waterpark in Ayia Napa;
    8. Bird Park in Paphos;
    9. Kykkos Monastery;
    10. Fasouri Watermania Amusement Park in Limassol.
  • Top 10 free places to visit in Cyprus:
    1. Nicosia Public Park;
    2. Old City of Famagusta;
    3. Paphos Harbour Walk;
    4. Fig Tree Bay beach in Protaras;
    5. Sculpture Park in Ayia Napa;
    6. Bellapais Monastery;
    7. Akamas Nature Reserve;
    8. Larnaca Promenade;
    9. Church of St Lazarus in Larnaca;
    10. Nissi Beach in Ayia Napa.

So, as you pack your bags for a wonderful trip to Cyprus, remember that it is not just a destination, but a journey through history, culture and nature. Whether you are exploring ancient ruins, snorkelling in the clear waters or simply enjoying the local cuisine, every moment will be an opportunity to create lasting memories. So get carried away by the energy and beauty of this fascinating island and get ready for an experience that will stay in your heart forever.

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