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Grape Escape: Troodos Mountain Wine Tour with a Local

1. Grape Escape: Troodos Mountain Wine Tour with a Local

Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your accommodation. Meet your local guide and learn about the local food and wine offerings. Drive to a Troodos mountain village and visit a family-owned boutique winery. Take a tour of the facility and enjoy a wine tasting. Continue to a quaint village where you’ll have a chance to wander the cobbled streets and take in the picturesque scenery. Visit the local church, monastery, and local craft shops. As you explore the village, stop for a food tasting. After exploring the village, sit down for coffee and a traditional snack. Relax and watch the world go by.

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Omodos Village and Kelephos Medieval Bridge Tour

2. Omodos Village and Kelephos Medieval Bridge Tour

Start your tour by heading to the Krassohoria wine villages. First, you will go to the expansive Paphos Forest and visit Kelephos' medieval Venetian bridge, which according to tradition is built on a camel trail. The trail was apparently used by camel caravans to transport mined material from the mines on the north side of the Troodos mountains to Paphos port. The local stream has water throughout the year. The setting is beautiful, with higher water flow during the rainy season and with more greenery in summer when the alders have their leaves and the bracken are full of life. You'll then move to Omodos village, one of the largest villages of Krasochoria. For years it has been well-known for its vineyards and wine and is still today known for its prime produce. Omodos developed around the ancient monastery of the Holy Cross (connected to St. Helen’s Passage to Cyprus) and is a popular destination for visitors. If you prefer, you can visit a less touristy village, for example Arsos or Vasa.

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Full day Nicosia & Kyrenia Tour: Private Tour from Limassol

3. Full day Nicosia & Kyrenia Tour: Private Tour from Limassol

Join this tour to explore St. Hilarion fairytale castle spending 1.5-hours here before you move onto the gorgeous Bellapais Abbey, a ruined 13th-century abbey in the Five Fingers Mountains. Have a 30 minute coffee break, then carry on driving to the town center of Kyrenia, where you will be given a chance to spend time in the harbor town of Kyrenia, which is regarded as the jewel of northern Cyprus and visit Kyrenia Castle, the Venetian built fortress that stands on the beautiful harbor. Visit Nicosia, the only divided capital city of Cyprus and have lunch in the Great Han built by the Ottoman empire. After lunch, experience both its Greek and Turkish areas on this half-day trip from Nicosia. Walk into Nicosia's walled old city to visit Büyük Han and Selimiye Mosque, once St. Sophia Cathedral. Great tour for history and culture buffs. Enjoy free time for lunch and shopping in the lively lanes and streets. 

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Welcome to Limassol: Private Tour with a Local

4. Welcome to Limassol: Private Tour with a Local

Discover the city of Limassol through the eyes of a local on an exclusive walking tour with a private guide. Transform the way you travel and make a new friend along the way! Benefit from the option of taking public transportation or a taxi to get around the city. Just contact the local operator after booking if you’d like a private car included in your tour. Following pick-up from your hotel or a landmark location selected by you, explore the city on an itinerary that can be customized to your interests and requirements every step of the way. Your friendly local is passionate about where they live and eager to share all the tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your stay. Familiarize yourself with your local neighborhood, and learn where the best places to eat and buy groceries are. Hear about the easiest ways to get around, and what are the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour you will feel more comfortable navigating the city on your own and confident that you have all the information you need for a memorable stay.

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From Paphos: Akamas Panoramic Walk

5. From Paphos: Akamas Panoramic Walk

Explore the playground of the goddess of love, Aphrodite. This 10-kilometer walk takes place in Akamas, a pristine, almost untouched area of Cyprus. Usually, you'll first do the east part of the Adonis trail, reaching the ruins of a medieval monastery for a picnic. From there, the route ascends to the peak known as "Moutti tis Sotiras". Enjoy unobstructed views of the north coast from Cape Arnaouti, the tip of Akamas, towards Chrysochou Bay, and the northwest all the way to Pomos in the northeast. After a pause for a picnic and soaking in the majestic views, walk to the Baths of Aphrodite on the Aphrodite trail (the last stretch is on a coastal dirt road, near the cliff). Depending on travelers' preferences and time availability, the tour route can be made shorter (7 km) or longer (13 km). Other activities like swimming and snorkeling can also be included.

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Private Transfer from Larnaca Airport to Limassol

6. Private Transfer from Larnaca Airport to Limassol

Get your Cypriot vacation off to the best possible start with a pre-arranged private airport transfer. Cyprus airport is a bewildering, bustling place at the best of times; why waste time standing in line and struggling with heavy baggage, when you can be greeted by a professional driver and whisked off straight to your hotel. There is a large modern fleet of reliable vehicles with ample space for all your luggage. Driven by courteous professional drivers who will assist with your luggage, the service operates round the clock seven days a week. All incoming flights are constantly monitored for early or late arrivals, so you can be sure your driver will be waiting as arranged. A seamless hassle-free start to the perfect Cyprus holiday!

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From Limassol: Private Full-Day Famagusta & Ghost Town Tour

7. From Limassol: Private Full-Day Famagusta & Ghost Town Tour

First, visit St. Barnabas Monastery which is now an icon museum and the tomb of St. Varnabas. Then, drive to see the ancient city of Salamis which dates back to B.C. and has the largest Roman amphitheatre in Cyprus. Next, travel to Othello’s Tower, where Shakespeare was inspired to write his famous play "Othello." Then, head to St. Nicolas Cathedral, which is now known as Lala Mustafa Mosque and built in the French Gothic style. Afterwards, have some free time within the old city for shopping or more sightseeing.  Your adventure will continue with a visit to the ghost town of Famagusta. The city has been abandoned since 1974 due to political issues between the two sides of Cyprus. 

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From Larnaca: Full-Day 4x4 Jeep Tour with Lunch

8. From Larnaca: Full-Day 4x4 Jeep Tour with Lunch

Head deep into the heart of Cyprus to see off-the-beaten-track destinations around the Troodos Mountains on a day filled with spectacular landscapes, little-known villages, clean rivers, pristine air, flora and fauna, vineyards, monasteries, churches and more. Top it off with delicious local food and great wine in a traditional village tavern. Start with a 4x4 off-road adventure through the most diverse and rapidly changing landscapes in Cyprus. Walk through ethnic villages with narrow streets, spectacular views, and great stone architecture. Your first stop will be at Pano Lefkara, a village renowned for its silverware and handmade lace where you’ll also enjoy a welcome drink. Pass by a 20-meter-high mountain waterfall, a fantastic natural wonder. After a delicious lunch, visit Omodos, the main village in the Limassol wine-growing area. Stroll around the cobbled streets of the village or visit the monastery of the Holy Cross before returning to your hotel.

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Limassol: Cyprus Walking Trip

9. Limassol: Cyprus Walking Trip

The itinerary of this tour is both flexible and customizable, and the itinerary is therefore entirely dependent upon the length of the chosen walk and the remaining time available to visit other attractions, both natural and cultural. The overall itinerary will also differ depending on the pick up location. Various stopping options include Kakopetria and the Agios Nicolaos tis Stegis painted church, accessible from Nicosia and listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. From Protaras it is possible to visit various attractions in Kamara tou Koraka in Cape Greko. This tour may also be customized to include a meal and wine tasting at a traditional village restaurant. The Walks: • Artemis trail (8 km / 5 miles, flat and easy) is the highest elevated trail in Cyprus, and covered with unique flora. When the weather is clear it offers excellent vistas to many parts of the island • Caledonia Waterfalls Trail ( 3 km / 2 miles, straight and steep) at an elevation of up to 1,000 m, this trail offers a radically different environment. Think plane trees, strawberry trees, violas, brambles, and bracken The combination of the two trails offers a rich experience over a high elevation range in Cyprus.

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Kourion: Self-Guided Archaeological Site Walking Tour

10. Kourion: Self-Guided Archaeological Site Walking Tour

Discover the ruins of ancient Kourion on this self-guided walking tour. Listen to the history of these magnificent monuments using an app, which also includes a map, animated videos, and reconstructions to help bring these ruins to life. See the House of Eustolios, where one of the city’s most prominent noblemen once lived. Learn about the ancient history of Kourion and its significance today. Then visit the amphitheater, where thousands of people gathered for plays and concerts. Admire the Kourion aqueducts and the agora, the public square where bustling markets once thrived, then continue to the public baths. See the mosaics in the Gladiator House and House of Achilles, and learn about the subjects within these images. Finally, see one of the earliest Christian basilicas ever built. As you make your way back to the visitor’s center, encounter even more ruins, and hear about the earthquake which destroyed the thriving city.

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based on 97 reviews

Super excursion to get to know Cyprus! Adam was a great guide and driver, he told everything about the country and could answer just about any question, very educational! Nice combination of nature, off road and villages so you can see a bit of everything. Lunch is at a nice restaurant, which also has a great service, and the advantage is that you can order what you like for a nice price.

Overall a great tour! Our guide was very nice, there was a lot of information about the area and history of Ayia Napa and everything was very relaxed. It was great fun to drive the jeep over sandy slopes and stony terrain and at the end a great panoramic view just before sunset! The tour is worthwhile to experience the southeast of the island!

The guide was welcoming and gave us lots of information about Cyprus. Can’t believe how much we packed into the day. Really enjoyed the monasteries, the Trodos mountains, wine tasting, lunch, traditional village and finished off with a fabulous beach sunset. A fabulous day and so lovely to see more of Cyprus. Excellent value for money!

The tour was spectacular as we are travelers that wanted rest and relaxation. Most of all we have enjoyed the wine and the beautiful hospitality from the Cypriots as well as our tour guide.

Zoe my guide was very informative while being friendly. I got to see lots of Limassol I would have missed by myself. Overall a very worthwhile experience