Famagusta & Beach

You will be picked up from your centrally located hotel in Ayia Napa or Protaras area and cross the UN-patrolled border into northern Cyprus. Sit back and enjoy the views as you are passing by the “Ghost Town” on your way to Famagusta old town.

Along the way, your guide will tell you all the interesting facts and tales of the historic port city of Famagusta. Once in the old town of Famagusta, you will have the opportunity to visit the impressive Latin Cathedral of St. Nicholas and have some free time to stroll around.

Hop back in the air-conditioned bus and head to Constantia Beach where you will have lunch (lunch box + drink) and some free time for swimming.

* Please remember to bring valid passport or EU ID card on this trip.

Famagusta

Cross the UN-patrolled border into northern Cyprus and visit some of the north’s most famous historical sites. The first stop of this day trip is Salamis Archaeological Site, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea from Cyprus’s east coast.

Salamis was the most brilliant ancient city in Cyprus and the capital of the island for more than a thousand years. The archaeological site of Salamis, culture and history is considered as one of the most important not just in Cyprus but also in the Mediterranean Sea. Discover the archaeological site of Salamis as your guide shares with you the rise and fall of this Great Greek Kingdom.

Then head to and Visit the St Barnabas church and tomb. This day tour continues with lunch and a short walk at Constantia Beach. In the afternoon you will visit the Latin Cathedral of St Nicholas and Othello Tower (no visit inside).

Before heading back, enjoy some free time in the old town of Famagusta and take in the panoramic view of the ghost town. The once-bustling holiday resort was abandoned during the Turkish invasion of 1974 and has remained sealed behind barbed wire barricades ever since.

* Please remember to bring your passport / ID on this trip.

Wine Tour – Omodos

Your private tour starts with a visit to Ktima Gerolemo winery, located near the village of Omodos in the Limassol region. You will be guided through a modern family winery and introduced to the principles of organic cultivation of the vine and the “secrets” of wine.

Following the winery tour, you will have the opportunity to taste the wines served with snacks while enjoying spectacular views of the valley and the vineyards.

We then head off to Omodos, with its cobbled square, old stone-built houses, a Medieval wine press and the monastery of Timios Stavros (Holy Cross), with its old icons and impressive woodcarvings with lunch then served at a local tavern (Kyr Yiannis)

Our next stop is at Archimadrita village, where you will visit the newly established boutique family winery committed to producing wines of the highest calibre. Guided through the winery, you will have the opportunity to do some wine tasting while enjoying spectacular views of the valley.

Discover Famagusta

Cross the UN-patrolled border into northern Cyprus and visit some of the north’s most famous historical sites. The first stop of this day trip is Salamis Archaeological Site, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea from Cyprus’s east coast.

Salamis was the most brilliant ancient city in Cyprus and the capital of the island for more than a thousand years. The archaeological site of Salamis, culture and history is considered one of the most important not just in Cyprus but also in the Mediterranean Sea. Discover the archaeological site of Salamis as your guide shares with you the rise and fall of this Great Greek Kingdom. The next stop is Famagusta City where you will visit the Latin Cathedral of Saint Nicholas and Othello Tower.

Enjoy your free time for lunch or for strolling around in the old town. Before heading back, a short stop at Constantia Beach where you will have the opportunity for a panoramic view of the ghost town of Famagusta. The once-bustling holiday resort was abandoned during the Turkish invasion of 1974 and has remained sealed behind barbed wire barricades ever since.

* Please remember to bring your passport / ID on this trip.

Nicosia The Last Divided Capital

Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus, finds out about the turbulent history of one of the world’s last divided cities. Arriving in the south part of Nicosia, your guide will show and give you all the interesting facts about this town.

Discover the Liberty Monument and the Cathedral of St John located in the centre of the old town of Nicosia. Despite its modest exterior, the interior of The Cathedral of St John will take you by surprise. You’ll be taken on a walking tour through the partially car-free old town within the Venetian Walls and visit Leventis Museum.

Ample free time will be provided for shopping or for lunch.

Treasures of Troodos

The journey into the Troodos Mountains is spectacular. You’ll pass small villages and get a glimpse of traditional Cypriot life. You will be transferred to a local village for a coffee break (not included). Afterwards, you travel high in the pine-clad Troodos Mountains you’ll find the Kykkos Monastery.

Omodos Village, where you will have a guided walk through the village and visit the Monastery of Holy Cross. Your guide will fill your day with plenty of stories and unravel the history of Cyprus, piece by piece.

Nicosia

Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus, finds out about the turbulent history of one of the world’s last divided cities. Arriving in the south part of Nicosia, your guide will show and give you all the interesting facts about this town.

Discover the Liberty Monument and the Cathedral of St John located in the centre of the old town of Nicosia. Despite its modest exterior, the interior of The Cathedral of St John will take you by surprise. You’ll be taken on a walking tour through the partially car-free old town within the Venetian Walls and visit Leventis Museum.

Ample free time will be provided for shopping or for lunch.

Akamas 4×4

Here’s a chance to journey deep inside Cyprus’ last undeveloped coastal frontier, the wild Akamas Peninsula.

his trip is perfect for nature-lovers of all persuasions, especially for bird-watchers, botanical enthusiasts, or those just seeking a thrill.

Our itinerary takes in all the “must-see” sites and landscapes of this spectacular environmental wonderland:

Jeep & Deep Blue Lagoon 4×4

Here’s a combination Land-and-sea tour featuring a full day of adventurous swimming and sightseeing across eastern Cyprus.

Get ready for non-stop thrills, lots of swimming, and tons of fun. Off-road driving is included in several sections of the process.

Grand Tour 4×4 Limassol

Here’s a chance to travel into the Troodos mountains to see and experience some of Cyprus’ wildest landscapes not often visited by tourists.

This journey will last all day and bring you through vineyards, pine forests, and traditional mountain villages. Our adventurous itinerary uses a combination of small asphalt roads and well-maintained dirt – tracks to bring Nature and Culture together.

Our goal is to show the best and most real side of Cyprus and to provide maximum contact with local people.