Flights to Cyprus
Flights to Cyprus are a perfect choice for all kinds of travellers. Whether you're seeking gorgeous beaches where you can relax in the sun or the legacy of ancient Roman and Greek cultures that dot the island, you'll find it all here. The island is divided into a Greek and Turkish side, and Condor flights to Cyprus remain on the Greek side of the island.
Flights to Cyprus are popular any time of year - and for good reason! During the summer, many winter-weary Europeans flock to the island of Cyprus for its beautiful beaches and warm, blue waters. Hiking and cultural sightseeing are also popular during this time. There are also many people who book their flights to Cyprus in winter for cold weather sports like skiing, for example. Who knew there was this much to do in Cyprus?!
Upcoming flights to Cyprus
Condor offers flights to Cyprus year round from a large number of European points of departure. There are two destinations for flights to Cyprus. The first is Larnaca, which lies on the southeastern coast of Cyprus and is the island's main airport. The other destination, Paphos, lies on the southwestern coast of the island and serves destinations in western Cyprus like Coral Bay and Limmasol.
The Larnaca International Airport is the country's main airport. Those who land here on flights to Cyprus will be pleased at the massive renovations that were completed in 2009. The airport is located just 4 km southwest of the city of Larnaca. A bus or taxi is the most convenient way to reach the city. The other destination for flights to Cyprus is the Paphos International Airport.
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Top sights in Cyprus
One thing you can't miss is the Kykkos Monastery. Considered one of the wealthiest Orthodox monasteries, visitors here will be amazed at the tranquillity and beauty of this place. Not far from here are ten painted churches with beautiful wall frescoes from the Byzantine era.
For a look at the rugged Cypriotic wilderness, be sure to visit the Akamas peninsula. It contains the Avakas Gorge to the south, where you'll find deep ravines with goats and ferns clinging to the slopes for dear life. Head to Lara to see the successful sea turtle preservation efforts.
The crystal clear waters that envelop Cyprus are prime territory for scuba diving and snorkelling. Cyprus is home to one of the top ten wreck diving sites worldwide. The MS Zenobia was a ferry that sank in 42 m of water on her maiden voyage.
Take in the old Roman city of Curium (Kourion) while you're visiting Cyprus. You'll find buildings, mosaics and more in this open-air museum. The big attraction here is the theatre sitting atop a cliff overlooking the sea. The acoustics are so good that plays and performances still take place here - without sound equipment.
Limassol Coastal Walk
Take a stroll down the Limassol Coastal Walk. This lovely promenade hugs the coast along the town of Limassol. It starts near the town's castle and meanders its way along the seaside past the archaeological site of ancient Amathus and beautiful resorts.