Cyprus is situated in the eastern Mediterranean and is the third largest island in the area, covering 9,250 km² and enjoying more than 330 days of sunshine each year. The island has a rich history stretching back 10,000 years! Although it is a small island, it has a diverse topography which includes mountain ranges, two salt lakes and numerous Blue Flag awarded beaches, offering an excellent environment for a range of sports. Also, this diversity means that Cyprus is rich in flora and fauna.
The capital of Cyprus is Nicosia, which remains the only divided capital in the world and its other main towns are Limassol, Larnaka and Pafos. The Ammochostos region contains many of its most popular beach resorts, whilst the Troodos Mountains run like a spine across Cyprus.
Watch the following short video that will embark you on a visual journey of just some experiences Cyprus holds. There are multitude of things to discover and explore... even if you only have 72 hours! But anyone who has visited Cyprus knows they will want more time in this little paradise.