The main airports in Cyprus are Larnaca, which is located in the south, and Paphos, which is in the east. Whether you are spending your holiday in Turkish Cyprus or Greek Cyprus, clicktransfers.com will meet you at either airport and take you directly to your holiday destination, ensuring that you arrive relaxed and happy.
The time of the year that you visit Cyprus will depend of the type of holiday you are looking for. If it's a beach holiday you're looking for, then the best time to go is between June and September, but obviously it quite hot and crowded in August, and more expensive. October to May are the quieter months but do expect some rain in the autumn. If you want to ski on Mount Olympus, then go to the Troodos mountains from the beginning of January until mid March. You can ski in the morning, then relax on the beach in the sun in the afternoon.
Limassol, in the Turkish area of Cyprus, is probably best seen on foot, when you will be able to absorb the atmosphere, see the monuments and architecture and visit the old market. There are a couple of beaches close to Limassol. The Governors beach to the east, a bus journey away through the countryside, but quite safe for children, with a choice of and restaurants. The Lady's Mile beach lies to the west, but you will need a car to get there. Not so good for non-swimmers, but it the location is relatively unspoilt.
Historically and archaeologically, Paphos is one of the most interesting places to visit in Cyprus. If you are staying here, then you will need clicktransfers.com to arrange your transport from the airport to your holiday accommodation. At the time of writing, there are no local buses to the airport, and most arrivals have to queue up for local taxis. One of the best beaches near Paphos is Coral Bay. Travel there via the local bus. Wonderful sandy beach, safe for swimming and water sports, and with restaurants serving freshly caught fish.
Ayia Napa is probably the most well known resort on Cyprus. The nightlife lasts almost 24 hours, so not the most ideal place for a relaxing holiday, but, nevertheless, it does have outstanding beaches with white sand and clear blue sea, and also a good selection of water sports facilities. There are numerous shops selling 'designer goods', cafes, bars and restaurants.
Larnaca is on the southern coast of Cyprus. Big wide beaches with white sand washed by the blue Mediterranean water, picturesque harbour, and loads of shops and restaurants. If you're into scuba diving, see the wreck of the Zenobia. The 9,000 year old village of Choirokitia is also worth visiting, just takes about an hour to walk around. If you want to do something different, go quad biking through the countryside and into the nearby mountains.
Kyrenia, in the north of Cyprus, is a town with not only a fishing harbour, but with ancient walls and towers surrounding the whitewashed houses and churches, lovely beaches and a castle, which is located next to the harbour!
But, wherever you stay in Cyprus, do take a day or two to visit the countryside, see the medieval castles, fields of wild flowers, and other historical sites. This country has so much to offer.