26 October, 2009
Cyprus Terrain Map

Welcome to North Cyprus

“You are welcome Sir, to Cyprus”  – Othello, William Shakespeare. Cyprus is an island that has inspired writers throughout the ages. From William Shakespeare who set “Othello” at a sea port in Cyprus, through to the eighteenth and nineteenth century […]

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.

30 October, 2009

4* Oscars Hotel, Kyrenia

Oscars Hotel | Kyrenia Oscar Resort is member of Group of Hotels which is the biggest Hotel chain in Northern Cyprus Kyrenia. Oscar Resort offers you a Choice of accommodation including Hotel Sea or Land View rooms, Apartment type sea […]
26 October, 2009
Buffavento Castle

Buffavento Castle

 As the name implies, this castle is buffeted by the winds, and standing at 3,100 feet it is the highest and most inaccessible of the three castles. To get there, take the turning that is signposted at the top of […]
30 October, 2009

5* Merit Crystal Cove Hotel, Kyrenia

Merit Crystal Cove | North Cyprus The Five Star Merit Crystal Cove Hotel & Casino is situated on the North Cyprus part of beatiful island Cyprus, between five fingers Mountains and Mediterrenean Sea. While you are enjoying your holiday at […]
30 October, 2009

4* Pia Bella Hotel, Kyrenia

  The family run hotel was once very small but due to its excellent reputation and service, it has managed to double its size in the past five years and now offers not only some of the best customer care […]
22 November, 2009
Kantara Castle

The Mountain Castles

North Cyprus is blessed with three castles built high upon the ridge of the Kyrenia mountains, each has something different to offer, and two of them involve steep climbs. St. Hilarion, high above Kyrenia, and Buffavento, some six miles east […]
26 October, 2009
Agora

The Agora and the Vouta

Very close to the Epiphanios basilica is the cathedral-like cistern that provided water for the entire city. The water was transported through an aquaduct that was 45 miles long from a spring in the Kyrenia mountain range. Of the aquaduct, […]
26 October, 2009

History of Northern Cyprus

Cyprus is an island that has been inhabited for over 9,000 years, from the Neolithic Stone Age to the civilised 21st century, mankind has walked this fertile land. Early settlers most probably came from nearby countries, with Turkey only 40  […]
25 October, 2009

Byzantine Tombs

Byzantine Tombs | Kyrenia Opposite the Icon Museum, looking across the road to the west beneath the Perge restaurant, are tombs dating from the 4th C. There are many others is the area as this was the town necropolis. Though […]
25 October, 2009

Folk Art Museum

Folk Art Museum | Kyrenia The main entrance to the Folk Art Museum is from the harbour. Formerly a granary or carob store it was owned by Lady Loch, a well known Cyprus benefactor, and donated to the Antiquities department […]
30 October, 2009

3* Almond Holiday Village, Kyrenia

Located near a beautiful little village called Alsancak and based on the gentle slopes of the Kyrenia mountain range, the Almond Holiday Village is situated just 8 miles west of the historic town of Kyrenia. A mere 10 minute walk […]