North Cyprus Articles

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29 October, 2009

4* Majestic Beach Hotel, Famagusta

Majestic Beach Hotel | Famagusta The Majestic Beach Hotel is situated on the coast of Famagusta Bay and within walking distance of a charming fishing village. This small family-run hotel is a mere 300 yards from its own, partly man-made, […]
27 September, 2011
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Zeytinlik Olive Festival

There are many festivals held across the island during the year that celebrate the abundance of agricultural products for which Cyprus is famous. Depending on the season and governed by the area in which particular crops are grown, there are […]
26 October, 2009
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Dervish Pasha Mansion

The Dervish Pasha Konak is so named after a former owner who published the first Turkish newspaper in Cyprus, titled Zaman or “Time”. The house is situated in the Arabahmet district, where there is continuing restoration work being carried out […]
26 November, 2009

Manipeni’s Pizzeria

Manipeni’s Pizzeria is located about 100 yards from the roundabout going down towards the new harbour. It is tastefully decorated in the American diner style, and has indoor and decked outdoor seating.  They offer an eat-in, takeaway and delivery service […]
27 November, 2009

The Dragon

The Dragon restaurant is located in the 5 star Rocks Hotel in central Kyrenia. The decor is traditional Chinese style with the tables all featuring a lazy susan so you can share the meals with your fellow diners. Freshly prepared […]
25 October, 2009

The Shipwreck Museum

The Shipwreck Museum | Kyrenia Containing the oldest wreck ever to be raised from the sea bed, this museum provides a fascinating look at maritime trading practises of a time long before the birth of Christ. The ship was found […]
5 November, 2009

Crossing the Border

Crossing the border from North Cyprus to South Cyprus and vice versa is very easy due to the opening up of the numerous border points in 2003. People from both sides cross the border on a daily basis for shopping, […]
25 October, 2009

The Karpaz Peninsula

The Karpaz Peninsula | North Cyprus There are still areas of Cyprus that have remained virtually unchanged for hundreds of years. Only the passage of time has left tell-tale marks upon the terrain and the shoreline. The wind has bent […]
26 October, 2009
Enkomi Ruins

Enkomi

The remains of this copper producing city were first discovered in 1896, but as the first excavations produced evidence of burials, it was thought that this was just an extension of the Salamis necropolis. In the 1930’s it was excavated […]
25 October, 2009

Icon Museum

Icon Museum | Kyrenia At the western end of the harbour is the church of the Archangel Michael. Dating from the end of the 19th C, it was constructed on an eminence upon which one of the original towers of […]