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Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean it is divided into two parts with the Republic of Cyprus consisting of 59% of the island's area. The northern part known as the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus consists of approximately 37% of the island, this area is recognised by Turkey alone.
Cyprus has two mountain ranges which dominate the landscape. The Troodos Mountains cover much of the southern and western areas with the smaller Kyrenia Range extends along the northern coastline. A Cyprus rental car is the ideal way to see the island. You can book your Cyprus hire car to include optional extras such as unlimited mileage.
The capital city of Nicosia is located almost at the centre of the island. Nicosia is the cultural centre of Cyprus as well as the location for the Government; some parts are more than 400 years old with ancient walls built to protect it from marauders. The central part of the city has elegant buildings from its colonial past. Nicosia is full of interesting museums and churches to visit inlcuding The Byantine Museum and Art Galleries which house some of the earliest icons in Cyprus dating back to the 9th century. You can pick up your Cyprus rental car at the airport.
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Tourists flock to Limassol with its backdrop of the Troodos Mountains. The city spreads along the coast for miles and is well known for the vineyards that play an important part in Limassol’s economy and is celebrated with a festival each year. The festival lasts ten days and revellers can taste wine directly from the growers. Limassol is a great place to shop and enjoy local the cuisine.
The palm lined seafront at Larnaca Bay is home to just over 60,000 people. It has a full and interesting history going back to the 13th Century when the sea played a big part in making Larnaca an area full of rich merchants. It has its own castle now employed as Larnaca’s cultural centre and a marina. Larnaca is known for its annual celebration of the Feast of Kataklysmos Greek Orthodox Whitsun.