North Cyprus Articles

View some of the articles about Northern Cyprus below, or choose from one of the categories on the right. You can also perform a search about North Cyprus on the right hand side.

26 November, 2009

Sultan’s Restaurant

Sultan’s restaurant is a traditional Turkish restaurant open daily for lunch and dinner.  The restaurant is east of Kyrenia in the direction of catalkoy. Their specialty on the menu is full meze kebab. This includes lamb shank, chicken shish and […]
30 November, 2009

Kervan Pizza Garden

 The Kervan restaurant is situated above the Kervansaray beach, near to the Mercure hotel. With fantastic sea views, lovely greenery and probably the best beach sunsets in North Cyprus, this restaurant is ideal for families and couples alike. The restaurants […]
30 November, 2009

The Covered Market

The Covered Market | Nicosia No Turkish town is complete without a market and the Nicosia market lives up to all expectations. It is easy to find, being very close to the Selimiye mosque and is an Aladdin’s emporium of […]
25 November, 2009

Abbey Bell Tower Restaurant

Abbey Bell Tower | Kyrenia This Wonderful quaint restaurant is set in the Fairy tale village of Bellapais with breathtaking view of the famous 13th Century Bellapais Monastery. Located up a small flight of stairs, this charming restaurant provides fresh […]
26 October, 2009
armenian quarter

The Armenian Quarter

From the Dervish Pasha Konak, turn right from the front door and you will be in the thoroughfare that was once called Victoria Street (Salahi Sevket Sokak). This was the main road through the predominantly Armenian quarter until 1964, when […]
4 November, 2009

Water Activities

With the long hot summers, beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea Northern Cyprus is the ideal location for water sports enthusiasts. Many of the  main hotel beaches have water sports available which range from jet skiing to parasailing. There are […]
30 November, 2009

Salamis

The partially excavated site of the ancient city of Salamis, has fascinated archaeologists for hundreds of years and it is the most important archaeological site on the whole of Cyprus. Nestling on the shoreline of Famagusta Bay, the remains of […]
25 October, 2009

Aphendrika

Aphendrika | Karpaz Clearly signposted, and about four miles from Ayios Philon along the coast road eastwards, is the group of three churches collectively called Aphendrika. This was the site of a major city in the 2nd C BC, rock cut […]
22 November, 2009

Geographical Outline

Cyprus is the most eastern of the Mediterranean islands it has a total area of approximately 3,572 square miles, with 486 miles of coastline. North Cyprus covers a total land area of 1,357 square miles, nearly one third of the […]
31 March, 2010
Carmelite Church

North Cyprus – Destination Famagusta!

Of the two main holiday destinations in North Cyprus, Famagusta and the surrounding area come second in popularity to Kyrenia. But it was not always so. Prior to the partition of the island in 1974, Famagusta was one of the […]