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Why go all inclusive in Cyprus?

Cyprus is home to some excellent all inclusive resorts, which means booking this kind of package is a great way to make the most of what the island has to offer without spending any extra penny on food and other convenient facilities. There are many reasons to choose all inclusive deals, such as being able to budget effectively for your trip and not having to worry about how much you're spending while you're away.

Cyprus's all inclusive hotels also have excellent facilities - which we'll talk more about in a minute - and this makes any holiday to the island utterly relaxing and a lot of fun. Of course, you don't have to stay in your hotel for the duration of your break, as there is so much to see elsewhere.

Take advantage of some of the day trips that are run by resorts on Cyprus to discover a few of its historical sites and other attractions.

Facilities at all inclusive hotels in Cyprus

As with many all inclusive hotels, you can expect the ones in Cyprus to deliver in terms of their facilities, with these establishments typically boasting multiple swimming pools, gorgeous sun terraces, delightful landscaped gardens and plenty more besides.

Some of the best all inclusive hotels have their own spas, where you can indulge in a host of relaxing treatments and massages, not to mention make use of facilities like saunas, Jacuzzis and steam rooms.

For families, an all inclusive resort can be the best option because of the child-friendly amenities - many hotels have kids' clubs and run various activities designed specifically for youngsters. Of course, many kids will simply be happy to play in the swimming pools while mum and dad watch from the comfort of a sun lounger.

Another advantage of being on an all inclusive break is that you'll be able to eat at the various hotel restaurants - and get drinks from the bars, depending on your package - without having to worry about the cost. The cuisine at these establishments is always of a high quality, so you can indulge your taste buds every evening and can just enjoy the dining experience without the concern of money.

Enjoy total relaxation

Many of the best all inclusive resorts in Cyprus are located within easy reach of the coast, with most boasting direct access to the island's stunning beaches. Imagine lying back on a sunbed, looking out over the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and working on your tan while enjoying a good book.

Leave your towel behind and go for a swim if you get too hot, or head back to the hotel's pool if you fancy a change of scenery. The best way to truly unwind is to book a treatment or two in the spa, with a wide variety of therapies on offer in Cyprus's wellness centres and many of these located inside all inclusive resorts (although in the vast majority cases spa treatments don't come included as part of the all inclusive package).

A massage will help all your troubles melt away, while a beauty treatment will leave you feeling fabulous and ready for a classy night out at your hotel's top restaurant or at one of the nightspots in Limassol or Paphos. Many all inclusive resorts in Cyprus also feature their own nightclub so you most likely won't have to venture far if looking for some nighttime action.

With everything taken care of ahead of your trip, you can start enjoying your all inclusive holiday from the moment you board the plane, and can fully relax once you're at your destination knowing that your break is in good hands.

Top excursions on a holiday in Cyprus

While it would be easy to stay at your all inclusive resort in Cyprus due to the wealth of fantastic facilities, you should make sure that you get out and see a bit more of the island. If you're based near Limassol or Paphos, it's well worth heading into the city centres to see a bit more of what Cyprus has to offer.

Both are home to fascinating historical attractions, with Paphos's old town being a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Limassol being within easy reach of the amazing Kourion archaeological complex. There are also several landmarks that have strong connections with the Greek goddess Aphrodite, such as Aphrodite's Rock and the Baths of Aphrodite, both of which are accessible from Paphos.

Other options for a day out include a boat trip to see more of Cyprus's coast, a day walking in the Akamas Peninsula or an excursion to the northern part of the island, which is very different to the south due to the Turkish community that lives here.

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