Many villages in Cyprus, still have a traditional designs. Even villages closer to the cities prefer to keep the folklore essence. Traditional villages are not only an attraction for tourists but for Cypriots too, especially the younger people who want to explore and learn about their roots.
In a traditional village you’ll see houses made of wood, mud and straw. Cypriots used to make areas that were only necessary. Usually bedroom was in the same place as the kitchen or the living room. The room was decorated with a large cabinet and on the walls were mostly plates or other things that were used in their daily life.
What is Cyprus most famous about? Its beaches. Cyprus has some of the best and cleanest and they’re recognised by the European Environmental Agency. Maybe this is the only common thing that all beaches have. Their quality.
Each beach has its own distinguished characteristics. The colour of sand and water is different from one city to another so the experience is not always the same.
Finally, the temperature of the sea is perfect for sunbaths from April until the end of October. It’s warm enough, so all people (even these who hate cold water) can enjoy them.
Evidence of the island's 10,000 years of history is scattered throughout the island.
Situated at the maritime crossroads of the eastern Mediterranean basin, Cyprus has a rich and varied history. Many invaders, settlers and immigrants have come here over the centuries,
Cypriots take their food very seriously. The Cypriot cuisine has influences from many countries such as Greece, Turkey and Egypt among others. Food and drink are a big part of any given social occasion in Cyprus, and it’s not uncommon for small talk with a local ending with an offer of a coffee, beer or a small snack. The sheer depth and breadth of food culture in Cyprus is astonishing.