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.

25 October, 2009

The Great Inn (The Buyuk Han)

The Great Inn (Buyuk Han) | Nicosia This Great Inn is the most important Ottoman structure on the whole of the island. Construction began in 1572 under the guidance of Mustafa Pasha who was the first Ottoman governor of Cyprus […]
2 December, 2009

Carpenters

Carpenters Restaurant in Karaoglanoglu is recognized from the main road by its sign which is in the styled after the 1970’s pop group of the same name. This a family run restaurant whose members used to work in the carpentry […]
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, […]
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 […]
29 October, 2009

4* Salamis Bay Hotel, Famagusta

Salamis Bay Conti Resort | Famagusta  Having taken its name from the bay on which it sits, the Salamis Bay Conti Resort Hotel, with its own private golden Sandy beach, takes pride in being one of the larger more modern […]
15 February, 2010
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North Cyprus Life – Recycling

This is a generally light-hearted look at what is essentially a big social and environmental issue. The subject of rubbish strewn across the landscape and dumped in huge landfill sites is a constant topic of conversation among visitors to North […]
1 February, 2010

D&B Cafe & Restaurant

The D&B restaurant is situated in Famagusta Old City, directly opposite the Lala Pasha Mosque. Traditional wooden tables and benches are available for comfortable seating outside, or for the colder months, extensive indoor seating is available to dine indoors. The […]
26 October, 2009
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Kampanopetra Basilica

There is a track from the Temple of Zeus that leads towards the sea and the site of the Kampanopetra basilica or Harbour basilica. This is a serenely peaceful, and probably the most alluring, part of Salamis. Its attraction lies […]
25 October, 2009

Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque (Cathedral of St. Nicholas)

Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque (Cathedral of St. Nicholas) The most impressive edifice in Famagusta, if not the whole of Cyprus, is the beautiful gothic Catholic Cathedral built during the Lusignan period and dedicated to St. Nicholas. Constructed in the 14th […]
15 February, 2010
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North Cyprus Life – Banking

It has always been said that the French invented bureaucracy, so that may be, but to us who live here it seems that the Cypriots who have taken it to a stratospheric level! We have all encountered unwieldy working methods […]