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Clear blue waters, mild temperatures and caressing sunshine. It is easy to see how the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was born from the waves lapping onto the Cypriot shore. The mythology, language, traditions and lifestyle are Greek, but the island features a beauty that is shrouded by its own, one-of-a-kind atmosphere, shaped by a structure that divides Cyprus and its capital Nicosia into a Turkish North and a Greek South. Its multi-faceted personality has an allure that attracts tons of holiday-makers.

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Piatsa Gourounaki (Nicosia)
92 Faneromenis Street, Nicosia, Cyprus

Located in downtown Nicosia, Piatsa Gourounaki gathers Greek specialties and grilled meat and cheese, creating a menu that is a great insight into Cypriot traditions. The popular restaurant attracts a great crowd, being one of the most-loved in town.

Aphrodite’s Rock Microbrewery (Tsada)
E704, Tsada, Cyprus

Sitting on a bed of hills, Aphrodite’s Rock Microbrewery has served handcrafted brews for generations. The atmospheric location and the outstanding products recalls a tradition that has a long history, with experts in the brewing industry pairing their food menu with beers.

Larnaca Market
Livadia district, Larnaca

Big designer names fill up the fashionable Ermou Street in Larnaca, but on Sunday, its sparkling charm is clouded by an even greater event that takes place in Ermou Street's parking lot. Larnaca Sunday Market features fruit, vegetables, souvenirs, clothes, antiques and knickknacks at unbeatable prices.

The Mall Of Cyprus (Nicosia)
2025, Verginas 3, Strovolos, Cyprus

A modern shopping mall located in the dynamic capital of the island, The Mall of Cyprus is an incredible shopping destination, ideal for those whose shopping cravings accompany them on vacation. International and national clothing shops, groceries, restaurants and coffee shops fill up the aisles of the giant mall, in a vibrant beehive of shops and eateries.

Larnaca International Airport – Glafcos Clerides (LCA)
Larnaca International Airport, Larnaca, Cyprus

Visitors arriving in Cyprus by air may enter the Republic of Cyprus only through the International Airports of Larnaca and Paphos. The largest of the two, Larnaca International Airport – Glafcos Clerides (LCA), is five kilometres from Larnaca and 50 kilometres from the capital, Nicosia.

Paphos International Airport (PFO)

Visitors arriving in Cyprus by air may enter the Republic of Cyprus only through the International Airports of Larnaca and Paphos. Paphos International Airport (PFO) is 15 kilometres from the town of Paphos. The country's second largest airport is commonly used by tourists on vacation in western Cyprus, providing access to popular resorts such as Coral Bay, Limassol and Paphos itself There are buses and taxis to the nearest large towns just outside the Arrivals halls.

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