C rete is the largest island in Greece, and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean Sea. Here, you can admire the remnants of brilliant civilizations, explore glorious beaches,

S ifnos, the island of flavours, is the birthplace of famous poets, like Ioannis Gryparis, Kleanthis Triantafyllou (or Rampagas) and Aristomenis Provelegios, as well as award winni

F amous for its spellbinding sunsets and rich cultural heritage, Paphos is perhaps Cyprus’s most diverse and enchanting district, especially when it comes to natural beauty, grea

L efkosia, also known as Nicosia to non-Greek speakers, the capital of Cyprus is the island’s largest city and the last divided capital in the world, since the Turkish invasion i

L emesos or Limassol (just take your pick) is the second largest city of Cyprus, the southernmost city of Europe and the island’s major port and commercial centre. Above all, it

L arnaka is the epitome of the “fertile diversity” that characterises – more or less – the whole of Cyprus Island. It is the oldest city of Cyprus, with excavations proving

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