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Submarino SADKO

SADKO Submarine (Larnaca Marina, Larnaca) – this is a submarine for tourists interested in exploring coastal areas near Larnaca (which can accommodate 40 passengers, conducting one-hour underwater trips). Among the items found off of its waters are a number of underwater shipwrecks. One of them is the ferry “Zenobia” that sunk off Larnaca harbor in […]

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Makronissos Beach

Makronissos Beach (Ayia Napa) — located at the western end of Ayia Napa resort, this is one of Ayia Napa’s more popular beaches. The “chill” out social atmosphere makes the beach perfect for relaxing under the hot Cyprus sun. Makronissos is suitable for families with young children, due to the calm waters, nice sands and […]

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Makronissos Tombs

Makronissos Tombs (Ayia Napa) – west of Ayia Napa, just inland from the Makronissos Beach, the Department of Antiquities has completed the excavation of nineteen rock-cut tombs dating from Roman times. In the east of the tombs a small sanctuary has been excavated, while part of an ancient quarry adjacent to the tombs has also […]

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Sea Caves

Sea Caves (Cape Greco – near Ayia Napa) – visitors sailing by coastal areas just outside of Ayia Napa will notice a chain of sea caves. A stone bridge is also in this area. Their unique appearance is a result of the sea waves crashing into the cliffs and creating the inlets, caves and archways […]

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Water World Water Park

Water World Water Park (18 Ayia Thekla Road, Ayia Napa) — opened in 1996, Water World Water Park drew in over 1 million visitors to date. Poseidon’s Wavepool is in the middle of the park, with a wave-generating system creating 1 meter high swells. Based on an ancient Greek Mythology theme, the 18 different rides […]

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Othello’s Castle

Othello’s Castle (Famagusta, north Cyprus) – located an hour’s drive east of Nicosia, this is the castle where Shakespeare’s famous play “Othello” was set (Othello being a Venetian commanded sent to Cyprus by his superiors) – located in the east coastal port of Famagusta. This castle was originally built by the Lusignans in the 12th […]