Cyprus in a Day
Duration: Half Day
Experience the hospitable island of Cyprus, the Birthplace of Aphrodite. Driving along the picturesque southern coastal road towards Limassol you will see the Rock of Aphrodite, where the goddess of beauty and love was born. Stroll along the seafront of Larnaca with it's palm fringed promenade and visit the Cathedral of St. Lazarus. Enjoy a drink or have lunch in the restored old city of Nicosia, walk through the shopping area and look over into the occupied Northern area. A visit to one of the UNESCO churches of Panagia of Asinou with amazing frescoes will take your breath away. Drive through Kakopetria village with its fruit and nut trees and through the Green heart of Cyprus, the Troodos Mountains. Our last visit is Omodos village with its winery, cobbled streets and the old monastery of the Holy Cross.
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