Excursions in Polis
Head off the beaten track and back in time with a donkey ride into the wild. You will wander through picturesque orange groves and quaint villages that appear almost untouched by modernity before reaching the remote Panayia tou Sindi Monastery. Admire the simple beauty of the monastery that has made it a top draw for photographers and religious pilgrims before continuing to the donkey farm.
The Akamas Peninsula National Park at the north-western extremity of the Cyprus is a virgin wilderness, home to a large variety of flora and fauna, including several endemic species. The best way to explore this mountain vastness is by all-terrain vehicle and on this full-day tour you'll bump down dirt tracks through vast forests, past rushing waterfalls surrounded by rugged mountain peaks and hidden valleys.
The fun in Cyprus is to be had in... Polynesia... at the themed Fasouri Watermania water park. Well pick you up at your hotel and transport you to the waterpark. Price includes transfers and admission. Please call 48 hours in advance to reconfirm pick-up time.
Come and discover the ruins of Cyprus, both ancient and modern, with this one full-day guided tour to the ghost town of Famagusta and the remains of the classical kingdom of Salamis. The remnants of the ancient Roman city of Salamis are among the most important archaeological sites in Cyprus. Your expert local guide will show you around the main excavations, including the amphitheatre, the gymnasium, the baths and the theatre.
Nicosia is a tale of two cities. As Cyprus capital, its the worlds last divided city. A buzzing hub of old and new, your guide will give you its history and low-down as you explore its best bits. Were talking sites like Ayias Sofia Church and the Market Square, though the highlight has to be crossing the famous Green Line, a UN controlled border that divides the north and south. A jam-packed day you wont forget.
More than 1,200 animals from 210 different species are waiting to meet you at Paphos Zoo. The park is rated as one of the top three parks in Europe and is set in a beautiful panoramic 100,000sq.m location that showcases the magic of nature and where the animals enjoy a high standard of living in a natural environment.
If you only want to spend one day sightseeing, make it this one. Taking in three of Cyprus top attractions its a must. Your first stop is the Erimi Wine Museum where youll learn the how-to and history of the islands wines. And of course, therell be a chance to try and buy some while youre there. Next up is the stunning Kolossi Castle. Dating from the middle ages, it boasts an impressive list of visitors, including, Richard the Lionheart. Once youve finished the castle tour, its on to the
Head for the highlands of Cyprus to breathe in the fresh air, enjoy the stunning views and stumble upon a treasure. The Troodos Mountains are no ordinary range; here you will find a wealth of cultural and religious monuments, including nine Byzantine churches and a monastery that make up a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Strictly limited to 20 adults, this select tour offers you a more personal sightseeing experience. As you travel high in the pine-clad Troodos Mountains youll find the Kykkos Monastery. The monastery is ornately decorated with wonderful mosaics in bright colours. It is also renowned for its wealth, with many gold icons and beautifully preserved frescoes. The journey into the Troodos Mountains is spectacular. Well pass small villages and get a glimpse of traditional Cypriot life. Our guides will fill your day with plenty of stories and unravel the history of Cyprus, piece by piece.