Holiday in Northern Cyprus...


Northern Cyprus

mapThe Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) covers and area of some 3,300kms of the northern part of the island, lying 70km south of Turkey and 385km north of Egypt.

The main tourist development is set along the stunning northern coastline, offering miles of unspoilt beaches, backed by the impressive Kyrenia (Girne) mountain range; a mecca for walkers, which itself is studded with medieval castles and fortresses. View Photo Gallery >

The flora and fauna of Northern Cyprus is also stunning. The wild flower displays in the Spring are spectacular, and over 38 species of orchid alone are found in the area. The island also falls between two great bird migration routes, one from western Russia southwards to East Africa and the other, the Balkan African route, making this a bird watcher's paradise.

Click to view Google MapThe main population areas are the capital Nicosia (Lefkosa) which is on the 'green line' separating North from South Cyprus; Gazi Magusa (Famagusta), the main commercial port; Guzelyurt (Morphu) the centre of the island's citrus production; and Kyrenia (Girne) the undisputed gem of the tourism industry with its stunning harbour, Crusader castle, and Byzantine architecture.
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Local Attractions

Northern Cyprus is exceptionally good value...

  • Supermarket shopping for local goods extremely good value, with alcohol and cigarettes exceptionally cheap.
  • Eating out is not considered a luxury with the average restaurant bill, including drinks around £10-£20 a head. Many restaurants and supermarkets will also accept pounds or euros, so you don’t even lose out on conversion rates.

Northern Cyprus enjoys a fabulous eastern Mediterranean climate with long hot summers and short mild winters...

  • There are approximately 340 days of sunshine a year and the sea temperature rarely drops below 16°C
  • Spring usually arrives in February after a short winter when there is often some rain although this never lasts long. March through to June are wonderful months to be on the island as the fields are full of wild flowers and the weather is similar to a good English summer.
  • July and August are the hottest months though cooling sea breezes nearer the coast soften the heat.
  • September and October are also popular months to visit as the days are still very warm.
    The population of the whole island is approximately 900,000, of which 215,000 live in TRNC. Around 15,000 British people live permanently in Northern Cyprus.

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Mountains to the South