If you visit Cyprus you have the chance to admire Greece and Turkey together - sunny Mediterranean beaches, charming villages, ruins of ancient civilizations and great local culture. Also you will also be witnessing a national split - Cyprus is divided by a territorial dispute between ethnic Greeks and Turks etniciii. For more than two decades of violent disputes there, but this division is a problem for the United Nations. Fortunately these tensions do not affect tourists, receiving only the friendship and hospitality of Cyprus amanduror Pati.
Although relatively compact island of Cyprus offers a varied landscape, from mountain forests to sandy beaches. The best beaches are in Ayia Napa and Protaras, where turquoise waters are available for water sports. Nightlife runs the neon club in Nicosia, Limassol and Larnaca. Troodos mountains you will find villages in the hills wrapped in vineyards and trails for hiking, biking, and winter skiing. Venetian walls, castles and crusaders Roman mosaics you can see everywhere testify to a history of more than 10,000 years. After entering the EU Cyprus is a modern country, but has preserved stone villages, resorts bright, with citrus groves and mountains full of perfume.
By Maria Morari
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