Not until too long ago, it would have been difficult to imagine golf in Cyprus. The recurring association with Cyprus has always been the sea and the sand. These accompanied by the balmy climate, were the principal attractions to the Mediterranean delight. After all, there is nothing like escaping the North European winter and sipping on a cold one on the beach.

The introduction of golf in Cyprus has added an extra dimension to the destination. Not only does one get to enjoy the great outdoors in great weather, a golf game is also in order. Four of the golf courses in Cyprus are easily accessed from Paphos, known for its harbour, history and archeological riches. For those looking for nightlife, they can also stay in Limassol. It does make the drive to the golf courses a little bit longer, but you can party harder.

Cyprus is truly an year-round destination, although some months are better than others. The temperature in the winter months rarely drops to single digits if at all, although there are some rainy days. However from March onwards until October, the weather stays beautiful. The tourist season though, really kicks in from after May, peaking in July and August. 

There’s much more to explore than just sea or golf in Cyprus. If you head inland many treats lie in store. There is a plethora of ruins to be found everywhere, dating back to the glorious past of the great empires. The landscape lends itself to several hiking trails, the weather to wine making and their combination to even “skiing”. And neither the last nor the least, it is the food. You just can’t imagine going wrong with the influences of Greek & Turkish cuisines and Cyprus’s own original flavours. Cyprus is a holiday destination in the truest sense. 


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GETTING THERE:  Cyprus has well connected International airports – Larnaca International Airport & Paphos International Airport. Both airports are connected directly to key European cities, as well as to Asia and the Middle East. Many of the frequent direct flights to Europe are low cost airlines.

There are no direct flights from countries like the US, Canada, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand, but good connections can be found from London, Athens or Dubai.

CURRENCY: Euro (EUR) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 0.9 EUR (Currency Converter)

VISA: Visitors from the EU, US, Australia, Canada and a host of other countries do not need to obtain a visa in advance for short stays of up to 90 days. For visitors of other countries, a Cyprus visa is issued for one or several visits, where the total duration of the visits should not exceed three months from the date of the first entry. 

Make sure your passport has at least three months validity before you decide to travel to Cyprus. This condition could vary depending on your nationality, please reconfirm while planning. 


There are a variety of things for you to do in Cyprus, from visiting historical sites to relaxing on beautiful beaches and sampling its delicious cuisine. The beaches are plenty and fun-filled with many water sports. Moving away from the beaches, one could go hiking or biking on beautiful mountain trails or visit Vineyards. 

Cyprus is replete with history owing to its chequered past. Tombs, Byzantine churches, castles and ruins dot the landscape. Some of the top sights are the Tomb of Kings, the Pafos Archaeological site, Ancient Kourion & St Hilarion Castle amongst many others.

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