Did you know apart from being a large – not forgetting a very beautiful island in the eastern Aegean area of the Mediterranean, Cyprus, which is sometime spelt: ‘Kipros’ is divided into two parts.
The northern part of the island is under Turkish control – also known as ‘The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus’ and the southern part is an independent republic called ‘The Republic of Cyprus’.
Its capital is Nicosia, although many visitors can be found in Larnaca (Larnaka), which is the major port found on the southeast coast of the island.
There are also four other major cities:
What else can we tell you? Oh yes, the island’s currency is the Euro and it has a fantastic all-year-round climate, making it an ideal holiday destination throughout the year.
This would of course explain why our villas receive a lot of interest from holidaymakers. Did we mention we have over 29 villas on the island? Many of which are close to fantastic beaches, great golf courses and lovely Cypriot restaurants.
Great for families, friends and couples, our villas can be found across resorts like Protaras, Latchi and Coral Bay.
Some examples to inspire you:
Protaras Deluxe Villa Okto is a new villa and is only a short walk from a sandy beach, shops and restaurants. The villa offers Wi-Fi, has air conditioning – of course, and can sleep six people. Oh and the pool is 7m x 4m with Roman steps:)
Villa Blue Bay Thea, Latchi is located in a peaceful location over looking the sea and comes with a pool-garden. It sleeps six and has a number of extras.
Villa Anemona, Coral Bay is a new stone villa and has a pool and garden. It also offers many extras, as well as fantastic views of the sea. Villa Anemona is also close to beaches and sleeps six.
Click here to view our website, or order your free 2012 Villa Parade brochure, which is packed with villas, beachfront apartments and farmhouse found across the Med.
Oops, went into sales mode a little bit there – but hey, this is our blog after all:)
Cyprus has an odd mix of cultural influences, which although dominated by Western Europe, its geographic proximity to Africa, Asia, Greece and Turkey means the island has a rich and diverse character.
The island attracts thousands of tourists and is often referred to as the ‘Island of Aphrodite’. While enjoying the many sandy beaches and its fantastic climate, holidaymakers to Cyprus can also soak up the island’s rich history – touring the medieval castles while inhaling the scent of the citrus groves and enjoying the island’s many wonderful views.
If you have holidayed on the island of Cyprus, then we don’t need to tell you about the beaches or the views – nor do we need to blog about the food or the warm all-year-round Mediterranean climate. But if you haven’t been then hopefully we have just inspired you to take a closer look.
Have a question? Then get in touch, we will be happy to answer your questions while also providing you with further details about Cyprus or any of our Villa Parade holidays.