Discover Northern Cyprus with our tourist and visitors guide...
Come and discover one of the last unspoilt corners of the Mediterranean, Northern Cyprus with our comprehensive North Cyprus holiday guide. More than virtually any other country in Europe, this beautiful region stands for old-time charm, tranquil villages and breathtaking natural beauty - qualities that you can enjoy to the fullest with Us.
From the scenic harbourfront at bustling Kyrenia to the natural magnificence of Salamis Bay, Northern Cyprus is separated from the Greek south of the island and prides itself on a simple, traditional lifestyle that draws visitors back year after year.
Here, amid the island's beauty, serenity and warm hospitality, you can experience everything from crumbling ancient fortresses to dramatic mountainscapes, intriguing shopping and some of the most pristine beaches ever to be found, all largely untouched by mass tourism and basking in warm, all-year round sunshine.
For sun and sea-worshippers, there are virtually deserted stretches of sand and secret little coves to discover along every expanse of coast, whilst for those who love exploring, the island's towns and tiny villages offer up a myriad of little streets filled with fascinating shops and boutiques.
Culture lovers will delight in the wealth of antiquity, museums and castles, all testament to the island's chequered past as the stepping stone between Europe and the Middle East. Here, the Romans, Ancient Greeks, Venetians, Turks and British have all left their mark in a remarkably diverse and hypnotic mix of cultures and history.
Northern Cyprus also lays bare its passion for good food and drink, with countless restaurants that present visitors with a bewildering choice. The Turkish Cypriot's love of simply cooked fresh fish, washed down with the surprisingly good local wine is a joy every holidaymaker is invited to share, especially in the North Cyprus restaurants lining the seafront at Kyrenia, thought by many to be the most picturesque harbour in the Mediterranean.