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What is cyprus island?

Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean, with an area of 9,251 km square. It lies in a distance of 380 km from Egypt, 105 km from Syria and 75 km from Turkey. Since 1974 Cyprus is divided into 2 parts - Greek and Turkish.

In the year 2004 The Republic of Cyprus has become a member of the EU, the currency is the euro. The capital of the island is Nicosia. Large cities are Limassol, Larnaca and Pefos.

In Cyprus, there are two international airports - in Larnaca and Paphos.

The main sea gate of the Republic of Cyprus is Limassol. The ferry service with Greece, Israel, Egypt and Italy is carried out.

In Cyprus, mysteries and riddles of different flow in the air. You can solve them by visiting the wonders of the island:

  1. Baths of Aphrodite (48 km from Paphos)
  2. Tombs of the Kings in Paphos.
  3. Petra tu Romiou.
  4. Akamas National Park.
  5. Show of dancing fountains (town of Prostaras)
  6. The ancient city of Soli (Morfou)
  7. Salt Lake and Flamingos (Larnaca)
  8. Famagusta (port city in the southeast of the island)

The most popular resorts in Cyprus are Larnaca, Paphos, Limassol, Ayia Napa, Protaras. The blue flag of the EU for environmental cleanliness is present on most of the municipal beaches of the island.

The holiday season in Cyprus lasts from April to November. The hottest months are July and August.

Cyprus is an island of love, a country that has absorbed and united the traditions and culture of Europe, Asia and Africa.

Cyprus is a country for every taste. Everyone will find a city to their liking – youthful and restless Ayia Napa, comfortable and fine Paphos, almost fully Russian city of Limassol.

Cyprus is famous for its vineyards, and there are many wineries on the island. National cuisine is replete with the freshest sea delicacies.

Having visited this magical island, you fall in love with it, irresistibly willing to return and to bind your life forever with Cyprus.

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