Excursions in Cyprus with a guide

Our goal is to make sure your trip in Cyprus is one you'll never forget. Come with us to see the country and learn about its history and beauty. 

Interesting facts about Cyprus

Regardless of your reasons for visiting Cyprus, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are looking for a quaint, small town with historical sites and beautiful sunsets, or a bustling, bustling city with lots of activity, there is something for everyone.


Located in the Troodos Mountains, Nicosia is Cyprus's capital city. This cosmopolitan city boasts a unique history and dynamic. This quaint city, tucked away in the heart of Cyprus, is a wonderful place to spend a day.

The old town, also known as the Walled City, is a walkable area. There are many shops and restaurants here. This area is also home to the oldest church in Cyprus, the Panagia Chrysaliniotissa. It is believed to have been built in 1450.

Nicosia is home to many museums. There are some that are free to enter. These include the Levantis Museum and the Cyprus Museum of Handicrafts. The Levantis Museum is a three-story museum that focuses on the history of Nicosia. It's open from 10 AM to 4 PM on Tuesday through Sunday.

The Pivo Microbrewery is the only microbrewery in Nicosia. This brewery was set up by three brothers and a cousin, and is a great place to sample some of the local beers. Pivo has a few different beers on offer, including seasonal ones.

The Weaving Mill cafe is another place to try. It's a co-working space that serves drinks. It's a little bit more quiet and less touristy than other cafes in the city.

Nicosia is home to the Turkish Quarter, which provides visitors with a glimpse into the past. This area also includes the Ledra Street Crossing Point, where visitors can walk between the north and south sides of the city.

There are many other attractions in Nicosia. These include the Faneromeni Church, the Marble Mausoleum, and the Faneromeni Library. These are all located within a five-minute walk from the Ledra Street green line crossing.


Whether you are on a holiday or staying in Paphos, you will find a great range of things to do. The city is also one of the best cities to live in Cyprus. It won the title of 'City of Culture in Europe' in 2007.

One of the most famous places to visit in Paphos is the Tomb of the Kings. This important archaeological site is a collection of underground tombs that date back to the fourth century BC. The tombs are known to have been used as high-ranking officials' burial chambers.

The archaeological site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It includes the best mosaics from the ancient world. You can walk around the archaeological site in about five minutes. The site also contains Roman remains.

Paphos has a large expat community. It is home to many Orthodox churches. You can also visit the Agios Neophytos Monastery, which is famous for its Byzantine frescoes.


Paphos is also home to a zoo. You can see many exotic birds here, along with poisonous snakes.

Another attraction in Paphos is the Blue Lagoon. The lagoon is an ideal bathing spot, with crystal clear waters. You can also visit the nearby small beaches.

The town also has several theme bars and restaurants. You can take a stroll around the Old Town and get a feel for the city. It has great street art and local handicrafts. You can also take a horse ride.

There are several bike paths in Paphos. You can hire bikes from several companies. You should be careful though, as there are some rocky areas that can be slippery when wet.

Other must-visit sites in Paphos include the Aphrodite's Rock and the Blue Lagoon. You can take a horse ride, or walk around the town at twilight.


Located in the south of the island, Limassol is a large and cosmopolitan seaside resort city. Its Mediterranean climate makes it ideal for outdoor activities. It is also a popular destination for visitors looking for a relaxing getaway. Limassol has a good public transport system.

Limassol is also home to the Cyprus Medieval Museum, which has a rich collection of artifacts. You can also visit the castle, which was once used as a defensive fort by the Ottomans. The Medieval Museum contains tombstones, pottery and other artifacts from the Neolithic to Roman periods.

Limassol is also home the Prokymea Sculpture Park, which is situated on the seafront. It features sculptures by both Greek and Cypriot artists.


Limassol's nightlife is also popular. There are numerous beach bars, nightclubs, and live music shows. The city is also home to fashion shows, international DJs, and parties. You can also shop at local artists' studios.

Limassol has a variety of outdoor activities, such as fishing, snorkeling, and hiking trails. Families with children can also enjoy the area. The Governor's Beach is ideal for families with children, as it is located at the bottom of huge white cliffs and has shallow, clear water. It is easily accessible with a daily bus service.

Limassol is also a good place to start a business. It is home to many small markets, restaurants, and bars.

Limassol has many beautiful beaches and is close to some of the best in the Mediterranean. The cosmopolitan city is home to several first class hotels.

Limassol's nightlife scene has something for everyone. It is best to start your evening in the Old Town, where you can find Saripolou Square. Afterwards, you can head to the Promenade, which is next to the Limassol marina.


Among the many cities in Cyprus, Larnaca has become a top tourist destination. It is a beach resort city that offers a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. It is also one of the most accessible cities in Cyprus.

Larnaca is situated on the Mediterranean Sea. There are many attractions to see. A day trip to see the highlights of the city will give you a good taste of what Larnaca has to offer. There is also an option to spend a longer stay and enjoy the local food and entertainment.

The main city beach is Finikoudes Beach. This wide beach is backed by palm trees and has a promenade. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby.


Larnaca is also home to the Larnaca Salt Lake, a gulf that was once a thriving natural habitat for sea life. The salt lake has been around for 3 to 5 million years. During the prehistoric age, the salt lake was a natural habitat for migratory flamingos.

Another popular attraction is the Church of Saint Lazarus. The church is a 9th century church and is the site of the burial of Lazarus. It has a small museum and a golden iconostasis.

The Djami Kebir Mosque is also a popular place to visit. The mosque is surrounded by palm trees and is converted from a Catholic church in the 16th century.

Larnaca is located at the southern coast of Cyprus. It is one of the largest cities in Cyprus. It is close to popular tourist spots such as Ayia Napa and Paphos. It is easy to reach by car, bus, or plane.

Limassol is also a popular holiday destination. It is a larger city with more attractions. It is also home to the Cyprus Medieval Museum and the Prokymea Sculpture Park.

Troodos massif

Located in the center of Cyprus, the Troodos massif is a mountainous area that's a favorite for locals and tourists. This area is home to quaint villages, ancient monasteries, trout farms, vineyards, nature trails, and much more.

If you're interested in hiking, you'll love exploring the trails in the Troodos Mountains. This area is home to the biggest mountainside camping site in Cyprus. There are plenty of hiking trails and nature trails that offer incredible views of the surrounding area.

This area also offers some of the most sexiest beaches in Cyprus. You can enjoy the seaside promenade in Larnaca, the seaside promenade in Protaras, and the seaside promenade in Peyia. If you prefer the beach, you can also enjoy Fig Tree Bay in Protaras.

A trip to Cyprus would not be complete without visiting the Troodos Mountains. It's the perfect destination for a summer vacation. You'll enjoy scenic views, fresh air, and clean air. In fact, the Troodos mountains are one of the five copper-rich locations in the world.

When you're exploring Cyprus, you'll be surprised at how many beautiful places there are to visit. You should mark them all on your itinerary.

The Kykkos Monastery is one of the richest monasteries in Cyprus. It's dedicated to the Virgin Mary and Panagia. This monastery is also home to some of the most valuable icons in Cyprus.

If you're interested in hiking, the Atalanti trail is one of the best. It leads to the Kykkos Monastery and the famous Archangelos Mihail Church. This monastery is located near Mount Olympus.

The Millomeris waterfall is one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Cyprus. It is located at an altitude of 1000 meters. The waterfall is usually more attractive in the summer months, but it's still impressive in the winter. You can get to the waterfall by driving or walking from Pano Platres.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Cyprus

Getting guided tours and museum tickets in Cyprus is an easy way to explore this island. This Greek Orthodox country has one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Archaeological remains show that humans have been living in Cyprus since the 10th millennium BC. The island has a variety of historical landmarks that have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Some of these landmarks are the Kourion, Kykkos monastery and Petra Tou Romiou.

The Cyprus Museum has a vast collection of artifacts, ranging from pottery to jewellery. These include early Bronze Age pottery from Vouni, a statue of Aphrodite from the 1st century BC, and coins. There is also a Chalcolithic period idol. The museum is located in Nicosia, a city of Cyprus.

The museum is open throughout the year, but its hours vary according to the season. The museum is closed on Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Easter Sunday. Museums in Cyprus are open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and closed on Sundays and holidays. Some museums offer a group discount for 10 or more guests.

The Thalassa Museum is an interactive museum that explores the relationship between Cyprus and the sea. It features exhibits such as a life-size replica of an ancient ship. The museum also has a collection of prize artifacts from the Classical and Hellenistic periods.

The Kykkos monastery features vivid murals and paintings. Archbishop Makarios III, the first president of Cyprus, is buried here. The monastery also has a small museum. Visitors can also enjoy the mosaics in the church and courtyard. Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love and beauty. You can also visit the Byzantine basilica and St. Hilarion Castle.

The Kyrenia Mountain range is also an excellent destination for visitors. The Kyrenia Gate, built by the Venetians in the 1500s, was once an entrance to Nicosia. You can also go on rock climbing here. It is also home to loggerhead turtles. The area is a protected nature reserve.

Visitors can also enjoy the secluded beaches of the island. Coral Bay has maintained its charm and is a blue flag winner. It's a good choice for families. There are bars and restaurants within walking distance of the beach, as well as loungers for rent. It's also popular for water sports such as wakeboarding. Its water temperature hovers around 75 degrees.

Visitors should also make time to visit the ancient site of Kourion. This is one of the most popular attractions on the island. The site features well-preserved mosaics, as well as a Byzantine basilica.

Visitors can also enjoy a day at the Fasouri Watermania waterpark. The park is the largest on the island and offers 30 slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, and plenty of places to sit. There is also a cocktail bar and a children's activity pool.

Tourists can also go on a water cycling tour or rent a catamaran to explore the hidden beaches of the island. You can also try parasailing, which is popular with thrill seekers.

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