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Live North Cyprus To Your Heart’s Content...

  You can experience history, nature, and of course wildlife to your heart’s content in North Cyprus, and there are scores of different places here where you can do this.

  Whether you’re a tourist coming to this country for the first time, a “Cypriot living abroad” who comes back every year, or someone “who lives here permanently,” this little country is filled with beauty that you definitely haven’t seen, didn’t know about, never tasted...

  Come to the tip of the Karpaz Peninsula, let’s start at the pointed end on the map of Cyprus... It’s called Victory Point... And the blue of the sea, the taste of the breeze is something else there...

  The sunrise and the sunset are both magical... But “what a shade of blue!” – at this point you will be really be captivated by every shade of blue... The sky is one shade, the sea is another...

  Of course, everybody knows about Apostolos Andreas... Both close to the monastery and between the monastery and Dipkarpaz you can experience natural beaches with amazing sand, and in a wide variety of restaurants, every type of fish, cooked in different ways... And if you’re not looking for luxury, there’s been a great development of small hostels in the area in recent years; if you say “we haven’t seen enough in a day, we haven’t even seen wild donkeys,” in the evening you’ll definitely find a pleasant, relaxing and a quiet spot to stay the night...

  In fact, if you go to a tourist office and get a list of these hostels, you can even book a place...

  And the places we’d recommend in the Karpaz?

  Definitely go and see the remains of Ayios Philon... You can eat there, and you can also stay there... The sea, the beach, and most importantly, the sunrise and the sunset are both magnificent...

  Ask about Aphendrika... Find out where it is and definitely go and see it... Apostolos Andreas Monastery is a place of tranquillity that embraces the sea; these are things we can say “you must see.”

  How to get there? Either you should insist that your tour operator takes you there; it’s definitely in the programme... Or we suggest you rent a car for a few days... At this point we should remind you that you drive on the left-hand side of the road... Or, you can always negotiate and “make a deal” with a taxi-driver for a day...

  Make sure you see the Kanakarya Church and its mosaics, the olive oil factories in the area, the village shops in Mehmetçik where you can buy grape-juice jellysticks, the village of Balalan; the new beach road that joins this village to Kyrenia, and the village of Kaleburnu...
  In Kaleburnu, if you trust your feet, ask the villagers about the Kings’ Tombs... Well, you’ll walk a bit; but you should really go around this village’s homes, which “reflect a different Cypriot architecture”...

  The Bafra area has now become a huge manufacturing area... If you say you’re going to stay in a five-star place, you should sample the luxury starting in this area with the Artemis, and continuing with Noah’s Ark...

  But if you say “no, I’m not looking for luxury; I just want to spend the day swimming at a great beach, chilling out, drinking my coke and my coffee and having a light snack,” the Mehmetcik Municipality Beach is there for you...

  And Kantara Castle... Come here either from Kyrenia or from Famagusta... You must tour this castle, and who knows, you may wonder about Richard the Lionheart: when he took control of the island hundreds of years ago for the purpose of “protecting his fiancee,” did he or did he not also “have another lover” in this castle? ...

  When you go up to this place, which is believed to have been built exactly 1000 years ago as a lookout tower at the top of a steep cliff, don’t forget to bring your camera... “And your water”...

  If you decide to go down due south from Kantara, you can stop at the fish restaurants around the fishing harbour at İskele Boğaz; if you go due north, you’ll come down into the coolness of the fantastic beaches of the village of Kaplıca and indulge your appetite with fish and kebabs...

  Did you say “No, I don’t have much time, I’ll go around when we get to Famagusta”? All right then, let’s go to Famagusta... They’ve made a new road... The road goes from İskele Boğaz to Famagusta… Famagusta is perhaps Cyprus’s most historic city... But we probably shouldn’t say “perhaps”... Famagusta is real history...

  The theatre at Salamis, inside the ancient city, is a wonder of the world... Just nearby is the St. Barnabas Church and icon museum...   To enter the city of Famagusta means to start falling in love with history... The Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque, or shall we use its old name, St. Nicholas’s Cathedral? Are those the ruins of the Venetian Palace, or the dungeon where Namık Kemal was imprisoned? The Othello Tower, or the remains that come up from the ground wherever you dig?

  What else can we list?... the Canbulat Museum is an absolute must-see... And from here on, for information about this city, you can ask for a guidebook...

  But don’t forget to tour around the area of the city of Maraş... You can walk around outside the fenced-off area of this “ghost town” left behind by its Greek Cypriot inhabitants in 1974, and which has remained uninhabited since then... You can’t go into it, but even seeing it from outside creates a magical atmosphere that makes you gasp...

  Every part of Cyprus is filled with artifacts left over hundreds of years on this island with its “important geography” by those who invaded it or took it under their control...

  But it isn’t just ruling powers like the Lusignans, the Venetians, the Ottomans and the British who left monuments behind; everyone who came and left did as well...

  The Armenians, for instance... In the picnic area at Alevkayası you can see endemic plants of Cyprus in the “Herbarium”, and the people working there can tell you how to get to the Armenian Monastery (Sourp Magar) if you want... The Armenians went there and built a monastery for whatever the reason. Maybe we haven’t been able to protect it as we should have, but at least we can see it and breathe the fresh mountain air into our lungs... Right nearby, too, there’s the Antiphonides Church... Follow the signposts and go... Or ask about the village of Esentepe; there’ll definitely be someone there who can show you the way...

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  As you head over the Fivefinger Mountains due west from Kantara, the second mountain castle appears in front of you. Buffavento Castle... If you say “I’ll climb it,” if you trust your legs, knees and feet, take your hat, your camera, strong shoes, and especially water with you... You will be fascinated... I don’t know if there’s any need to explain Lefkoşa... The Kyrenia Gate... The Whirling Dervish Museum... The Venetian column... The courthouses from the British period... The İplik Pazarı Mosque, The Sarayönü Mosque, The Turkish Bath and the Great Inn... The Gamblers’ Inn... And the Selimiye Mosque, which used to be the Cathedral of St. Sophia... The Bedesten... The Sultan Mahmut Library... The Haydarpasha Mosque... The Dervish Pasha House... The Arabahmet Mosque... The Yeni Cami mosque...

  Are you really tired? Would you like to eat something? Say “Dereboyu” to one of the locals... Let him show you... We are sure you’ll eat really delicious things there that will delight your palate, at very reasonable prices...

  You’re in Kyrenia... Follow the signs on the Nicosia-Kyrenia road. After Kantara and Buffavento, there’s the third mountain castle... and the most famous one... This is St. Hilarion... If you came and went back to your country without seeing St. Hilarion, we would say “You didn’t see Cyprus”... You absolutely must make time to go and see it...

  When you hear that even walt disney was inspired by this castle and when you hear the legends about it, your mouth will open in amazement! Be careful... This time you don’t have to bring water with you... Here, at the entrance and inside, there are places where you can have a drink and cool off, rest, and be enchanted looking at the view...

  We said we were in Kyrenia, but St. Hilarion stopped us on the road... Yes, Kyrenia.... It’s the touristic centre, with its casinos, nightlife, hundreds of restaurants, bars and cafes...

  Don’t miss its Castle, the Shipwreck Museum, the old town, the ancient harbour, Bellapais Monastery, the Tomb of Hazreti Ömer, the Cafer Pasha Mosque...

  At every spot in North Cyprus there’s a different kind of beauty; another kind of magic... Let’s not bypass Güzelyurt. And let’s not bypass Camlıbel and Tepebaşı and the Blue Mansion which is near these two villages...

  The hotel, hostel or holiday village you’re staying at will certainly have information on these places...

  There’s no need to go on longer... There are lots of places to see... For instance, we can recommend the village of Kormacit (Koruçam), the “capital” of the Maronite minority community...

  But what were we saying; there’s no need to go on... But we still have to go to Lefke... You absolutely mustn’t leave without seeing the ancient city of Soli and the amphitheatre in Lefke... Your tour guide or driver should definitely take you to Vouni Castle... You will catch the scent of hundreds, thousands of years of history...

  In Lefke, in the quaint Ottoman town, you will want to see the 41 “Ottoman Estates”... And in this city don’t forget the Cyprus court of the Nakshibendi sect’s Sheikh Nazım, and the Ottoman mosques...

  There are pages more to tell you about... There are places to visit... You may want to see the remains of the “Cyprus Mines Corporation” (CMC) that the Americans operated during 1914-1974...

  In this region there are a lot of restaurants on the beach where you can eat... But if you say “Let me see the westernmost village,” right across from you is the legendary village of Yeşilirmak... The storehouse for North Cyprus’s fruit and vegetables... lovely village restaurants on the seashore... A small but clean beach...

  Welcome... Discover North Cyprus... In every spot, countless historical remains and natural beauty are waiting for you... Sun, sand, the sea, gambling, a range of quality hotels, entertainment venues, restaurants, cafes, bars, are eager to serve you...

KYRENIA HARBOUR

Once used by the Byzantines, Lousignans, Venetians, Ottomans and the British, the castle, alongside the magnificent historical site which is now used as a boat harbour, is a priceless point of tourism. The castle and the harbour next to it, is still one of the oldest castles and ports to be used today... In every photograph taken from the sea, the jetties and lighthouses, the Five Finger Mountains, St. Hilarion Castle situated above the mountains and the minaret of the mosque that appears behind the harbour create a magnificent backdrop. Around the harbour, certain structures that have not lost their original form are used today as cafes, bars, restaurants.

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SURF

Wind Surfing is among the most convenient and entertaining sports activities in summer season in North Cyprus. You will see many beaches where water sports are popular in North Cyprus and it is quite easy to get in touch with organizations that will arrange activities for you to enjoy yourselves with this entertaining activity almost any day of the season in the deep blue waters that surround the island. Wind surfing is done with a sail and unlike surfing, it does not require special beaches where big waves break; for this very reason it is more popularly practiced. Getting on the surf board and raising the sail without falling off the board and starting to ride with the wind is extremely exciting for beginners. However, even though it may seem easy, advancing in this field of sports requires a lot of work and patience. The best way to learn to wind surf is going to a surfing school. Aphrodite's location - Morphou bay - boasts one of the best places for kitesurfing that the whole of Cyprus. For groups or individuals, they will set the pace and schedule that works for you. Groups can enjoy group discounts, meals, and even beach parties as our event planner creates the perfect surf getaway for your needs.

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KANTARA CASTLE

The Kantara Castle is the third castle after the famous St. Hilarion on the west of Besparmak Mountains and Bufavento in the middle. Kantara Castle is the majestic observation centre of the said range mountains in the east. Its structure allows unconstrained observation of the Karpas peninsula and the largest plain of the country Mesarya, which is located between Nicosia and Famagusta. It is presumed that this castle, which is 630 meters above sea level, was built by the Byzantine in the 10th century. It is also suggested that the castle was built to observe attacks by the Arabs. This historical site, known as “The Kantara Castle”, was a shelter or a hideaway for Isaac Comnenus, the Byzantine Commander of Cyprus in the year 1191, when the King of England Richard the Lionheart came to conquer the island. In the year 1228, it was heavily attacked and almost completely destroyed. Then, it was rebuilt all over. From Kyrenia, you can drive to the castle in thirty to forty minutes and it is approximately that far away from Famagusta as well. It is at a location, in the proximity of and easily accessible from five star accommodation facilities built in the Bafra region. The Kantara Castle is among the top five sites that must be visited in North Cyprus.

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