Discover Northern Cyprus
Few places are as uniquely positioned as Cyprus, at the exhilarating crossroads between Europe, Asia and Africa. For thousands of years, the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, has seduced travellers with the promise of endless summers, windswept beaches, and romantic harbours.
Successive invasions by powerful neighbouring empires, each leaving traces of their culture, have created a rich and complex heritage, plus some of the world’s most significant archaeological sites and best preserved villages.
- Guided tour of Kyrenia’s old town and harbour, plus a visit to the striking castle and its museum with entrance included
- Full day touring including Güzelyurt and the Palace of Vouni, plus stops at Lefke, located by the Green Line, and the ancient city of Soli – offering a detailed look at life in late Roman and
- early Byzantine times and where St Mark was baptized
- Guided tour of the old town of Nicosia, the last divided capital in the world, seeing the Turkish north with an opportunity to cross the border to the Greek south
- Visit the famous St Hilarion Castle with breath-taking views, and lovely Bellapais village, made famous by author Lawrence Durrell in his book Bitter Lemons, and see the remains of its
- beautiful Gothic abbey
- Visit the ancient ruins of Salamis by the sea, one of the island’s most impressive and significant archaeological sites with buildings commissioned by Hadrian
- Guided walking tour of Famagusta, where modern life goes on amongst medieval ruins
- Seven nights in four-star superior accommodation, including all local taxes, with breakfast and four dinners (hotel dining options available)
- Services of our experienced tour manager
- Return travel from the UK and transfers to and from your hotel included
Subject to availability. Single supplements apply.
For more information or to book, please call 01283 742300 or click here.
Please note, price based on flying direct from Edinburgh – departing September 2019 & October 2020. Other airports and dates available, click here to view more.