Bellapais Monastry

The Denizkizi Hotel is located on one of the most breath-taking coastlines of the Mediterranean Sea, offering stunning views and a wide range of activities. The refurbishment in 2011 has allowed the addition of a panoramic restaurant, which overlooks the bay. So you can sit back and enjoy the delectable food prepared and cooked in this renowned restaurant. This holiday would be an exceptional getaway for beach lovers and provide the picture-perfect holiday for families and couples. The guest rooms are well-designed and beautifully furnished and all have magnificent sea views. Each come equipped with an en-suite bathroom and once you return to your room you will feel the forgiving breeze on your face from the air-conditioning. Each room is graced with a balcony, which has chairs included so you can sit out and watch the Cypriot sunrise before engaging in daily activities. There is a full size wardrobe to guarantee you do not have to pack light and carpeted floors for your comfort. Blackout curtains are installed in all of the hotel rooms to ensure the luminous Cyprus sun does not wake you too early on your fabulous holiday. The room has an addition of, a safe, hairdryer, minibar, coffee and tea making facilities and there are also electronic door locks for peace of mind. The Denizkizi Hotel has a range of features, which provide each guest with something to do during their stay. The sandy beach is accessible by a short flight of stairs and if the walk uphill is too much for you, there are golf buggies which will take you back to the hotel. There is a sizeable freshwater swimming pool which contains a children’s section and a spa bath. You will not have to go far whilst on the beach, as an alfresco bar and restaurant provide you with your refreshments. In the summer season water sports are also available to partake in. Sit in the lavish gardens for an escape by enjoying the flourishing exotic plants and foliage that make this hotel more superlative. Inside the hotel there is a lobby bar and lounge and a restaurant renowned for appetising food. For those of you whom want to keep fit, there is a small fitness centre inside the hotel, with a Jacuzzi and steam room. Self-operating laundry facilities are available at your convenience and late check-out and early check-in available but additional charges may apply. For all those who like to explore, there is a courtesy bus to and from Kyrenia so you can enjoy the resplendent harbour town.

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Northern Cyprus Kyrenia

Northern Cyprus Kyrenia

Northern Cyprus Kyrenia, is home to the harbour city of Kyrenia and some of the most amazing sites in Cyprus. Although many holiday makers may be forgiven for thinking that Kyrenia is just a harbour town, there really is a lot more to see and do. Filled with historical buildings, superb scenery, spectacular natural un-spoilt sandy beaches, and much more, Kyrenia makes the perfect destination for any holiday.

The calming atmosphere of this beautiful sea-front city makes holidaying in Kyrenia a relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable experience. The old town of Kyrenia is filled with whitewashed buildings and the ruins of walls and towers that once protected this city from attack. Whilst the city of Kyrenia may seem quite and asleep during the day, once the sun sets the atmosphere is transformed as restaurant and tavern owners prepare for the night and the entertainment it brings.

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Northern Cyprus Nicosia

Northern Cyprus Nicosia

Ledra Street is in the middle of the walled city. The street has historically been the busiest shopping street of the capital and adjacent streets lead to the most lively part of the old city with narrow streets, boutiques, bars and art-cafés. The street today is a historic monument on its own. It is about 1 km (0.6 mi) long and connects the south and north parts of the old city. During the EOKA struggle that ran from 1955–1959, the street acquired the informal nickname The Murder Mile in reference to the frequent targeting of the British colonialists by nationalist fighters along its course.[13][14] In 1963, during the outbreak of hostilities between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities, following the announcement of amendments to the Cypriot Constitution, Turkish Cypriots withdrew to the northern part of Nicosia which became one of the many Turkish Cypriot enclaves which existed throughout the island. Various streets which ran between the northern and southern part of the city, including Ledra Street, were blockaded. During the Turkish army invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Turkish troops occupied northern Nicosia (as well as the northern part of Cyprus). A buffer zone was established across the island along the ceasefire line to separate the northern Turkish controlled part of the island, and the south. The buffer zone runs through Ledra Street. After many failed attempts on reaching agreement between the two communities, Ledra Street was reopened on 3 April 2008.
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