Cyprus tours and holidays
Legendary birthplace of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, Cyprus enchants visitors with its blend of golden sandy beaches, dramatic mountain scenery and profusion of classic archaeological sites. But head to the north of the island on our Cyprus tour, and you’ll discover Kyrenia and its sun-drenched ruins and castles, and a maze of narrow lanes that lead to a picturesque harbour. Here you can sit with a cool drink and watch bobbing gülets (traditional Turkish yachts).
From the atmospheric allure of Bellapais Abbey and its romantic gothic ruins to the gothic ghosttown of Farmagusta, be captivated by turquoise blue seas and honey-coloured stone dotted with swaying palms on our fantastic North Cyprus tour.See All Holidays to Cyprus
Tipping is customary for obtaining good service. For service in restaurants etc. 10% is usual
Euro (EUR/€) 1€ = 100 cents.
Influenced by its neighbouring countries, food in Cyprus features a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables, olives, feta and halloumi cheeses. Souvlaki (chicken or pork kebabs in pitta bread) and calamari are popular dishes.
GMT + 2 hours
230 Volts, 50 Hz, 2 round pins or sometimes UK-type sockets are in use.
With a Mediterranean climate, Cyprus has hot summers and mild winters. Summer is usually rain free; however, rainfall can occur often during winter.
EHIC/GHIC - Following the UK’s exit from the EU, the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is being replaced by the Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). UK-issued EHICs are still valid and offer the same cover as GHICs in the EU. Once your EHIC has expired, you’ll be able to replace it with a GHIC and you can apply online. You should beware of unofficial websites that may charge if you apply through them. An EHIC or GHIC is free of charge.
Either card lets you get medically necessary state healthcare in Europe at a reduced cost or sometimes free of charge, however it isn’t a replacement for travel insurance, you should have both before you travel. Some European countries don’t accept either card (including the Channel Islands of Guernsey, Alderney and Sark, Norway, Iceland, and Switzerland). To access up-to-date details for the country you’re visiting, please refer to this information
No visa is needed for British citizens to enter Cyprus. A standard 10 year British passport is required for all holidays, which must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your planned date of return travel.
London to Cyprus is approx. 4 hours 15 mins
See Cyprus with Titan TravelFamagusta
The once opulent Byzantine city was could not withstand invasion in 1974, but what remains of this historic ghost town is worth visiting. Once a popular hotspot for wealthy holidaymakers, Famagusta has now been frozen in time. From the ancient Venetian walls that surround the moat to the chapel remnants and half-toppled church, prepared to be overwhelmed by the eerie stillness of this former thriving city.Nicosia
Discover the Cathedral of St. John and the Byzantine Museum with its unique collection of icons, or marvell at the Venetian walls surrounding the old part of the city. You are also free to explore the Archaeological Museum, with its collection of Cypriot antiquities and art treasures from the Neolithic Era till Byzantine times
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