Resorts of Cyprus: photos, description

Cyprus resorts

Cyprus resorts

Paradise island, where, according to legend, the sea goddess of love and beauty Aphrodite emerged from the foam, has long been chosen by Russian travelers. For a couple of decades, the resorts of Cyprus have been popular with fans of comfortable rest in a European style, who no, no, and even want to "come off" in a non-Schengen manner.

Always in the TOP

The main resorts of Cyprus are well known to the regulars of the beaches of the island of Aphrodite. Despite the external similarity, each city has its own admirers and its own character, and therefore it is important to take the selection of a tour seriously:

  • Classics of the genre - Limassol. Most often you can meet compatriots here, there are Russian restaurants, a lot of entertainment for every taste is offered right on the beaches, and the nightclubs are quite consistent with the average resort standards. The location of Limassol allows you to visit almost all the sights of the island, spending an equal amount of time on excursions, and water parks and amusement parks will bring a noticeable revival to the beach everyday life of young tourists.
  • Larnaca is a Cyprus resort with an international airport. The entrance to the sea on the local beaches is shallow and sandy, and therefore Larnaca is willingly chosen by families with small children. Divers prefer this city because of the ferry that sank in its bay, and older travelers because of the relative quiet in the evenings..
  • The complete opposite of Larnaca is Ayia Napa, where, it seems, on every square meter of land and even under it there is a nightclub. Guests of the local hotels sleep on the beach during the day, and at night they go dancing together to the nearest disco. The main contingent of vacationers - young people and middle-aged tourists who do not want to put up with the definition of "average".
  • Wealthy travelers prefer the Paphos resort, which lives up to its name with an abundance of expensive restaurants, golf clubs and secluded bays with parked yachts..

Not a single beach

In addition to the beaches and the sea, tourists are looking for other pleasant experiences on the island of Aphrodite, and some prefer life in simple fishing villages rather than a room in a comfortable hotel.
The town of Polis is surrounded by groves of almond trees, and most of its inhabitants work on tobacco plantations or are engaged in fishing. Yachting competitions are held in the bay of this resort of Cyprus, and fresh fish can be bought right at the pier. Here they rent rooms in the houses of fishermen for the whole summer and enjoy a simple village life very close to the place where Aphrodite was born from the foam of the sea..

How to relax in Cyprus (part 1)


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