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KYRENIA, NORTH CYPRUS

After your flight to North Cyprus, the delightful coastal town of Kyrenia is only a forty minute drive away. Kyrenia, or Girne as the locals call it, is an ideal base for exploring this beautiful part of Northern Cyprus.

Places to Visit Hotels

Kyrenia Castle

Hotels in Kyrenia Hotels

North Cyprus Hotels

Car Hire & Rental by premiere rent a car company

Dome Hotel in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus

The St. Hilarion Castle Acapulco Beach Club & Resort Hotel
Shipwreck Museum The Dome Hotel
The Buffavento Castle Hotel Club Z
The Bellapais Monastry North Cyprus Tours
The Folk Arts Museum Cyprus Car Hire Portal
The Sourpmager Monastry  
The Anthipanitis Church  
The Icon Museum  
Lambousa  
Lapta (Lapithos)
Vrysi (Catalkoy) Museums  
The Hz. Omer Tomb The Kyrenia Museum of Folk Art  
Kirsokava The Museum of Public Arts  
Karmi Necropolis The Museum of Sunk Ship  
Holiday North Cyprus    

Life in Kyrenia is based around its elegant Venetian harbour, a graceful curve of impressive wall that starts at the castle and sweeps round, holding fishing boats and yachts in its safe waters. The harbour side is lined with cafes and restaurants housed in converted carob warehouses, and makes an ideal spot for a light lunch or Turkish coffee during the day. At night the harbour comes alive with twinkling lights and the sound of laughter, as the Turkish Cypriots come to meet, eat and enjoy the many bars that lie just behind the harbour area.

Beyond the harbour, you can wander along narrow streets that wind up towards the central market, each lined with fascinating shops just waiting to be explored. To top up your tan, simply head for the beautiful golden beaches within easy drive of Kyrenia centre. Or, to cool off, head inland to the Kyrenia Mountains and the famous St Hilarion Castle.

 

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