Excursions in Ayia Napa
The ancient Roman city of Salamis is the most important archaeological site on Cyprus and covers an impressive square mile location, extending along the sea shore with a stunning Mediterranean backdrop. Your knowledgeable local guide will show you around the main excavations including the impressive open-air amphitheatre, the gymnasium, baths and the theatre which have been extensively restored.
Come and discover the world's last divided city in this full day excursion to Nicosia, Cyprus' capital. Nicosia today is a vibrant, buzzing commercial and business hub where you'll find busy pavement cafes and sophisticated restaurants right next to with quiet cobbled squares and crumbling facades in a fascinating blend of old and new. The barbed wire and watchtowers of the Green Line cut the town in two.
Join us on this exclusive excursion into the virtually untouched Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. As we drive through the Venetian Walls of Nicosia to cross the Green Line into capitals Turkish sector, the difference is immediately noticeable, with the appearance of an older, more traditional town than the modern southern sector.
Discover the incredibly beautiful Troodos Mountains in this exciting day of exploration and adventure by 4X4 vehicle. Time seems to have stood still on this remote part of the island. You'll meet the locals, visit historic villages, sample some traditional Cypriot cuisine, see the world famous lefkaritica lace being made together with plenty of off road driving through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Cyprus.
High in the Troodos there are dozens of hillside hamlets, many from a land that time forgot. There are wild waterfalls and verdant valleys, forests as far as the eye can see and, in winter, snowcapped peaks. You will visit the fabulous Kykkos Monastery, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, whose icon is encased in silver as its forbidden for anyone to look at it directly.
Weve found the LOST CITY of Atlantis and invite you to come along and see it with your own eyes for WaterWorld Waterpark really is a sight to behold. To visit to the largest themed waterpark in Europe is to visit another world. Everywhere you look there are ancient statues and columns, expertly blended in with the landscape.
Lights camera action. The greatest show in Cyprus is ready and all thats missing is you. The Magical Dancing Waters extravaganza has to be seen to be believed. If just thinking about what makes it happen will leave you dizzy with expectation, imagine what the real, live thing will do. Experience an evening of volcano eruptions, fire and smoke and laser shows.
A real history fest, this tour begins at Apollo Temple dating back over 2,000 years. Your guide will bring the ruins here back to life with vivid tales of their history, and then its onto the much loved Paphos. First up are the Tombs of the Kings. A huge honeycomb structure, carved into the rocks, youll get a glimpse into the 4th century BC here. Its the House of Dionysos that tops the charts in the sight-seeing stakes though. A Roman villa dating back to the 3rd century, it houses beautiful mosaics, some of the East Meds finest in fact. Your tour ends with free time to stroll along the harbour or pull up a chair at a seafront restaurant. Overview: Full day guided trip to Western Cyprus; All entrance fees included; Visit the amphitheatre, the Tombs of the Kings and House of Dionysos; Free time at harbour.
This select tour of the pine-clad Troodos Mountains offers you a more personal sightseeing experience of this highland wilderness. Well travel high into the Troodos Mountains, the green heart of Cyprus, passing picturesque villages and admiring the stunning scenery on the way, before arriving at the Kykkos Monastery, a Unesco designated World Heritage Site and one of the most important religious sites on the island.