Holidays to Famagusta
Once one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world in the late 60s and early 70s, the city lay empty for a long time after the Turkish invasion and take over in 1974. But it is now once again a popular tourist destination with activity in the region increasing again in recent years to form a vibrant nightlife or you can go another direction altogether and bask in the extensive archaeological sites and artefacts the city has to offer.
A little of the beaten track but popular with both tourists and locals. There's clear blue water for a swim or snorkel.
One of the best golden sandy beaches on the island with large sand dunes and a gentle slope into the Mediterranean.
Right on the harbour, this celebration of all things nautical is a permanent reminder of Benidorm's maritime successes.
Casa Museo de Benidorm
The tower or citadel was constructed 1000 years ago. inside lies a refectory, living quarters and artillery rooms.
A vast terrain, this mountainous area boasts stunning castles, villages, wildlife and local cultures.
Famed for its historic harbour buildings, it’s a beautiful place to spend a chilled out afternoon with no stress.
Enjoy a varied choice of international cuisine like escargot or fresh fish from the Mediterranean.
A Turkish starter that is very popular in Northern Cyprus and is slowly prepared over a few days for best taste.
Rockafellas sports Bar
Something for everyone with a kids’ arcade, pool tables, and live bands and tribute acts nightly in the summer months.
The Castle Club
One of the more spacious clubs with a range of music from R&B to dance music for the clubbers.
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