Was talking to a friend who had just returned from a whirlwind trip around the world, well to most parts o it and she mentioned Cyprus was the one place that held her captive. She had spent nearly a month travelling and couldnt stop raving about how beautiful and romantic Cyprus was… it beat Paris hands down she says!! 
Experience the charm and romance of Cyprus, a land steeped
in myth and history. Visit the site where Aphrodite the great goddess of love
was said to emerge from the sea, and stroll hand in hand along its many
beautiful golden beaches. It’s fair to say that on a holiday to
you’ll fall in love with this fascinating place.
There are some great places to stay in Cyprus. If you’re
looking for peaceful bays and pretty fishing villages visit the west coast,
whereas if you’re more of a party goer wanting the best of both worlds, the
relaxing beach life by day and lively bars by night, head to the east.
Ayia Napa
Hit the town and party the night away, then chill out by day
on a glorious sun drenched beach on a fun filled summer holiday in Ayia Napa. There’s
more to discover in Ayia Napa than just bars and clubs – the town has a well-retained
history with a Venetian monastery and harbour. What’s more, the beaches are
some of the best in Cyprus with a great choice of watersports on offer too.
The original old Roman capital, a place steeped in history
and on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list, Paphos makes for a charming stay
with its beautiful harbour lined with restaurants. Visit one of the
archeological sites like the mysterious Tomb of The Kings and get a glimpse of
the ancient world. Enjoying an average of 11 hours of sunshine each day during
the summer months and having some fantastic beaches, Paphos is the perfect
holiday choice for families.

A place where beach lovers can kick back and relax on the
endless white sands, and those interested in the history and culture can gain
an insight. The Greek Orthodox Church of Lazarus is well worth a visit. Larnaca
is the place for all types of holidaymakers, the 400-berth Marina makes it a
favorite for those wanting to sail and the palm-lined harbour, with its wealth
of shops, cafes and bars – some with superb sea views, make this a fantastic destination
for all.