North Cyprus

About North Cyprus

About North Cyprus

About North Cyprus

North Cyprus, nestled in the eastern Mediterranean, embodies a captivating blend of history, natural beauty, and vibrant culture. This enchanting island holds a unique charm, drawing visitors with its rich tapestry of experiences.

Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean. It is smaller than Sicily and Sardinia and larger than Corsica and Crete. The area of the whole island is 3584 sq. miles. (9250 sq. kilometers). Northern Cyprus has four major towns, the capital being Lefkosa (Nicosia), which serves as the main administration and business centre. The other main towns Magosa (Famagusta), the country's principal port; Girne (Kyrenia), the main tourist centre well known for its ancient harbour, and Guzelyurt the centre of the citrus fruit industry.

Cyprus has a long vibrant history, with a perfect climate and great welcoming hospitality to the Mediterranean. Northern Cyprus has a rich source of archaeological sites and medieval castles. It enjoys over 300 days of uninterrupted sunshine, crystal clear Mediterranean seas with the beauty of an unspoiled landscape and uncrowded beaches.

Beyond its natural beauty and historical grandeur, North Cyprus embraces a tranquil and welcoming lifestyle. Charming marketplaces, quaint villages, and bustling local cafes foster a sense of community and warmth, inviting visitors to embrace the unhurried pace of life on the island.





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