The thirst largest city in CyprusFlight plan
It is the thirst largest city in Cyprus and, with 340 days of sunshine, a popular travel destination, as well as a port with a long history. Proof of the 8000-year-old history can be seen all over the “Island of Aphrodite”. At one of the most beautiful beaches in Cyprus, the Petra tou Romiou, the goddess of beauty and love supposedly emerged from the sea. However, perfect storybook idyll can be found not only at the “Rock of the Roman” – impressively spectacular cliffs are spread across the whole island as well as giant limestone rocks that rise up from the ground on sandy beeches that stretch for miles. In the middle is the sea, which shimmers in countless shades of blue in the sun. Even away from the sea, Cyprus provides variety in the form of pine forests, impressive valleys and picturesque vineyards. Culinary delights are definitely not lacking here either: Cypriote cuisine and the island’s wine have been respected for centuries. And last but not least, the almost proverbial hospitality of the inhabitants make a holiday in Cyprus an unforgettable experience.