North Cyprus Holidays

North Cyprus Holidays can be enjoyed all year round. With an average of six hours winter sunshine, temperatures often in the seventies and warm sea temperatures make holidays in North Cyprus an ideal winter holiday destination. Superb coastline combines natural un-spoilt beauty with romance, legends and thousands of years of history in North Cyprus blessed with seemingly endless sunshine. Kyrenia Hotels and Famagusta Hotels are chosen by many for their Northern Cyprus Holidays as Kyrenia and Famagusta offers the best beaches in the whole of the island. Many of the hotels Jewels of the Med features have winter facilities that include indoor swimming pools, Turkish baths and Spa facilities as well as gymnasium. Incredible long stay holiday rates from Jewels of the Med are available to North Cyprus that can prove even cheaper than staying at home!

Northern Cyprus have two main resorts, Kyrenia (Girne) and Famagusta (Gazimagusa) have a historic past, but with different characters. Kyrenia is the most popular holiday destination in Northern CyprusNorth Cyprus Holiday. There are a great selection of East Kyrenia Hotels and West Holidays in Kyrenia Hotels that you can chose online with Jewel of the Med. Pia Bella Hotel which is walking distance to the Kyrenia Harbour is a popular 4 Star hotel. Rocks Hotel located few minutes from the Kyrenia Harbour is a Luxurious 5 star hotel with extensive list of facilities. On the other hand, Boutique Hotel Bella View which caters for adults only in Bellapais area, is an excellent choice for couples and single travellers alike.Altinkaya Holiday Village is one of the best for value hotels in kyrenia. If you like to be on the beach then Denizkizi Hotel and its sister hotel Denizkizi Royal as well as Oscar Resort and Vuni Palace hotels are very popular among travellers to Kyrenia.

Famagusta feels to be much less developed part of Northern Cyprus,with an oriental flavour. Famagusta have best beaches in the island and offer a unique experience to history lovers with Salamis Ruins, St Barnabas Church, Othello Castle and many more places to visit. As Famagusta provides easy access to Karpas Peninsula, or more often known as "the Pan Handle" it is very popular among people who like to enjoy natural beauties of Northern Cyprus. There are selection of good Famagusta Hotels you can book online with Jewels of the Med. Salamis is a popular All Inclusive beach resort that holiday makers favours in Famagusta area. Bogaz Hotel is one of the best value hotels near Bogaz Village just outside Famagusta.

From either Kyrenia or Famagusta areas there are miles of beautiful coastline to explore, with sun-kissed beaches and warm golden sands, ruined castles and ancient Neolithic sites, towering mountains and sleepy villages. At the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, where many different civilisations have left their influence over thousands of years in North Cyprus. A Holiday to Northern Cyprus is a treasure trove for anyone interested in history, a mystic land of Gods and Goddesses.

The age of commercialism, mass tourism and wild nightlife in North Cyprus is still unknown, but simpler pleasures such as an excellent choice of restaurants, tavernas and bistros, where cuisine ranges from traditional Cypriot with Turkish influence to gourmet international dishes, are delightful. Prices and costs of eating out in North Cyprus and shopping will give you a pleasant surprise.

Above all, you will always remember the hospitality and genuine friendliness of the Turkish Cypriots, who welcome all visitors, and British holidaymakers in particular, as personal guests. Most visitors leave North Cyprus with great regret, and with a wish to return again soon, Jewels of the med are offering Cheap Holidays in North Cyprus, from below £300 per person for 7 nights at a 3* hotel.

NORTHERN CYPRUS HOLIDAYS

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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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