North Cyprus Articles

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26 November, 2009

The Address

The Address Restaurant | Kyrenia The Address Restaurant is a long established eatery located in Karaoglanoglu, overlooking the sea. The building has a traditional look of a Cypriot house in the style of old stone and wooden floorboards. The large […]
2 December, 2009

Rivada

Rivada is an unassuming little restaurant serving mouth watering traditional fish & chips. The restuarant is situated on the main Alsancak road heading towards Lapta. A friendly waiter will welcome you to your seat, and you can choose from either […]
26 November, 2009

Yaprak Tantuni

This is a new 24 hour fast food restaurant situated on the main road that goes through the main town of Kyrenia. Its bright and colourful interior has become very popular with the local students due to the great value […]
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 […]
2 November, 2009

5* Bella View Hotel, Kyrenia

Bella View Boutique | Bellapais | Kyrenia Bella View Hotel in Bellapais is the only registered luxury boutique hotel in North Cyprus and is located on the foothills of the Kyrenia Mountain range just below the beautiful village of Bellapais […]
30 November, 2009

Lacem

Lacem restaurant is situated in Alsancak heading up towards the Sunny Lane School. This is another of the ‘new breed’ restaurants that have opened up to accommodate the growing tourist trade. It has a large and airy feel to it […]
25 October, 2009

Church of St. George of the Greeks

Church of St. George of the Greeks | Famagusta Built beside the small Byzantine church of St Symeon, the church of St. George was the Orthodox Cathedral. An elegant mix of Gothic and Byzantine styles it was intended to rival […]
25 October, 2009

Nicosia

Nicosia | North Cyprus The capital city of Cyprus is Nicosia, Lefkosa in Turkish, Lefkosia in Greek. It is the only divided capital city in the world and is the administrative centre for both the recognised Republic of South Cyprus […]
25 October, 2009

Famagusta

Famagusta | North Cyprus Originally called Ammochostos (hidden in the sand), the town’s origin dates from about 275BC when it was settled by people from Egypt. The population increased and the port was established as the harbour of Salamis silted […]
25 October, 2009

The Sultan’s Library

Sultan’s Library | Nicosia At the eastern end of the Selimiye mosque, there is a paved pedestrian area where the Sultan’s Library is to be found. It is a square unprepossessing building with a domed roof and most of the […]