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- Our day commences with a panoramic tour of Dipkarpaz village, a peaceful enclave where Turkish and Greek Cypriots coexist harmoniously. Here, you will have a chance to absorb the local lifestyle and distinct Cypriot charm.
- As we continue our journey, we’ll visit the historical Ay. Trias Church is a testament to Cyprus’ rich religious heritage dating back to the 16th century AD.
- When summer arrives, we make the most of Cyprus’ idyllic weather with a relaxing swim break in the crystal-clear, blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. This is a perfect moment to cool off and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.
- Our journey concludes with a stop at the recently renovated Apostolos Andreas Monastery, a revered sanctuary for Christian Orthodox believers and a project supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). This is a truly unique opportunity to delve into the deep-seated religious traditions of Cyprus.
I was very fortunate to have been given an introduction to Sirin who I thank very much for making my time in North Cyprus interesting and for showing me much of the country including the Karpas Peninsular over two days when I was there in May 2014. Next time I will climb all the way to Buffavento Castle but start in the morning and take a picnic lunch! The mountains along the north are wonderful with the castles perched on peaks and blending in with the mountain terrain. I enjoyed all that saw. The donkeys add interest and a bit of fun. I showed my grandchildren a photo of the small sand castle I built for them on Turtle Beach; almost 8yr old James did not give the mark of approval until he had questioned me on the quality of the sand!
Unravel the mysteries of Famagusta and Varosha on an unforgettable tour, exploring ancient wonders and the enigmatic Ghost Town that will leave you spellbound.