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Cyprus is a strong family favourite in the tourism market and a serious option for clubbers.

Like everywhere there are places you will either love or hate.

Driving on the left and English road signs aren't the only influence Brits have had on the island; the British Army has a large base here, while resorts like Ayia Napa have surrendered to the invasion of club goers.

Since the political troubles of the past, development has been swift to cater for nearly 2 million visitors each year.

Bigger roads lead to bigger resorts which are losing their character although Cyprus can still offer plenty of unspoilt towns and villages.

Health Note: Cyprus has a venomous species of snake which may be encountered by walkers. Seek local advice before venturing out into the countryside on foot.

Time Difference: GMT + 2.

Flight time: Approx 4 hours.

Currency: Cypriot pound.

Excursions: Enjoy Cyprus with a good guide book In Association with Amazon.co.uk
  • Man-made attractions include a water park at Ayia Napa and two at Limassol, plus La Luna - a traditional funfair
  • Along the south coast is a wealth of places to interest culture seekers including archeological sites, ruins, an amphitheatre and the well-preserved ancient castle of Kol�ssi near Limassol which has retained the grandeur of medieval times.
  • Inland are the spectacular Troodos Mountains where the landscape switches from the parched to the pine-clad, and where tiny villages have snubbed tourism.
  • Kykkos Monastery is another popular trip where Monks still carry on their traditional way of life.
  • The divided city of Nicosia is a curiosity worth investigating with it's wall of sandbags separating the Greek side from the Turkish side of the island. It is possible to pass from the south into the northern territory but only for a day.
  • Boat trips go to various coastal attractions; including the fascinating city of Famagusta which has been deserted since the troubles.
  • Short cruises to Egypt and Israel are popular and offer excursions to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and the pyramids.

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