AGTA (UK)

The Association of Greek-Cypriot Travel Agents

A guide to resorts in Cyprus

Cyprus is home to many well-kept and welcoming resorts. From sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, to lively cosmopolitan city resorts were parties and family fun are popular. Shallow, clean waters and deep glistening coral reef seas, highlighted with golden sandy beaches make Cyrpus' resorts amongst the best in the world.

Set amongst beautiful buildings and plantlife, in the sun and by the sea, resorts in Cyprus provide all the sights and sounds of the Year-round Island, all in one place.


Ayia Napa

Stone arches in Ayia Napa

White sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters make Ayia Napa one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cyprus.

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Paphos

Stone columns in Paphos

Paphos is the city of Love. Restaurants, caf├ęs and museums make Paphos a fascinating destination for everybody...

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Nicosia

An old building in Nicosia

Cyprus' capital, Nicosia is in the centre of the Island and is surrounded by a monumental 16th-century fortress...

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Larnaca

The prominade in Larnaca

Larnaca has its own airport, as well as six of its own museums. Diving, sea cruises and organised tours make it an exciting trip...

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Limassol

An old building in Limassol

A lively town on the south coast, its sandy beaches and watersports make Limassol exciting and envigorating...

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Troodos

Famous red rooves in Troodos

A wealth of natural beauty, the Troodos mountains provide a more relaxed pace and is perfect for a quiet holiday...

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Protaras

An old building on a hill in Protaras

Protaras bosts some of the best golden beaches in the world and is particularly suitable for young families...


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A map of the resorts on Cyprus

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