Northern Cyprus is the third largest island in Mediterranean
You may use the categories on the left, to get more information
about Northern Cyprus.
gives facts and figures about Northern Cyprus, such as climate,
how to come to North Cyprus, telephone, currency, language,
electricity, population, trasportation...
History of Cyprus
gives an overview of what happened in the Mediterranean's
lovely island, Cyprus, from some year in B.C. to 2002 A.D.
Kyrenia Castle is
a must-see place in Kyrenia.
Photos of Cyprus
have beautiful scenes.
Links have some interesting
sites you might want to visit.
More information on touristic sites and accommodation facilities
to be found in ensuing sections in organized under three district
regions: Girne, the area of north coast between the sea and
Besparmak mountains, where the majority of holiday complexes
are found; Gazimagosa, the ancient port with its long open
beaches; and finally, Lefkosa and Guzelyurt: the capital city
and the western coast famous for its citrus groves. Flights
arrive at Ercan airport from which most hotels have transport
Inland, behind the rocky Girne range and the imposing Five
Finger Mountain, stretches the huge fertile Mesaoria plain,
Ercan airport and the island's capital, Lefkosa. Along the
east coast lies the ancient fortified city of Gazimagosa and
the nearby ruins of Salamis. To the north east, the landscape
becomes more broken and open fields give way to small pastures
enclosed by stone walls and interspersed with olive trees
and rocky outcrops. The beaches here are a blend of rock pools
and sheltered sandy bays.
The Turkish Cypriot people are renowned for their generous
hospitality and when out shopping or enjoyining a meal, you
are made to feel particularly welcome.