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About Cyprus

With 300 days of sunshine a year, Cyprus is a hot touristic destination, and the island’s history is equally hot. Cyprus got its name 3,500 years ago when valuable copper (kypros) was found within the island, attracting hordes of Greeks and invaders. Ten different cultures have ruled the island over 27 centuries, which is easy to see in Cyprus' multi-coloured traditions and in its blend of cultures. And it's not only Cyprus' fascinating history that enchants travelers. From golden beaches and entertaining water-sports, through citrus trees, pines and the unspoiled Troodos mountains, to delightful urban areas, Cyprus is an exciting adventure. See Cyprus' vibrant villages, discover the food and culture and participate in the pulsating nightlife.

Fishing boats in Kokkari bay with colourful houses in background, Samos island, Greece
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Public Transport

There are many different bus routes in Cyprus, connecting both the towns to the airports and the towns one another. As the island has developed around tourism, there is a thick network of buses also available form town to rural areas.

Northern Cyprus features a transport system that is not as developed as the southern one - if you are planning on getting around from one town to another the best option is to rent a car.

From Larnaca Airport to Limassol and vice versa

www.limassolairportexpress.eu

From Larnaca Airport to Nicosia and vice versa

www.kapnosairportshuttle.com

From Pafos Airport to Pafos and Vice Versa

www.pafosbuses.com

From Pafos to other towns

www.intercity-buses.com

Electricity

240 volts.

Cyprus has triangular electric plugs

Connexions de la ville

Athènes

ATH Grèce

Birmingham

BHX Royaume-Uni

Bucarest

OTP Roumanie

Héraklion

HER Grèce

Londres

LTN Royaume-Uni

Rome

FCO Italie

Thessalonique

SKG Grèce
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