The 3 Best Resorts For An All Inclusive Holiday In Cyprus

Cyprus is a famous Mediterranean destination with terrific sandy beaches, stunning mountain sceneries and sunny weather. Cyprus all inclusive holidays have everything anyone could want in a holiday, unrivalled nightlife, popular beaches, the convenience of airports within easy reach and resorts near major attractions and numerous opportunities for adventure.

Here are some recommendations from Cyprus travel experts Cyplon holidays:


Larnaca is the islands third largest town with impressive sites around almost every corner and lays claim to being the oldest living city in Cyprus. Its history dates back to over 6000 years ago, hence archeologists are in for a treat here. It is a thriving resort with the convenience of its own airport so you can start your all inclusive holiday right away.

Hotels are few in the town center but concentrated behind Finikoudes and near Mackenzy beaches. You can find family friendly resorts along Voroklini, which starts 7 kilometers north of the town center. If you do not fancy staying along the beach, converted accommodations in the villages of Lefkara, Tokhni and Kalavassos are ideal escapes.

In Larnaca you can enjoy visiting ancient temples, 13 century BC ruins, Byzantine churches and charming municipal gardens. You can also get to see evaporated salt lakes which fill up during winter, reflecting the minarets and palm trees of the Hala Sultan Tekke and frequently home to migratory flamingos.


Famagusta resort is located in the North of Cyprus and it is a destination with something for everyone; superb sandy beaches, diverse holiday atmosphere and numerous opportunities for water sports such as snorkeling and surfing. To the north, there are wild expanses of golden sands and the protected turtle beach of the Wild Karpas peninsula.

The ancient walled town is fascinating with its bustling street life and considerable cultural and historic interest. It is home to interesting markets, ancient styled shops and atmospheric squares with traditional cafes. You can enjoy local Cypriot and Turkish delicacies in authentic tarvenas that line up the streets.

You can explore the pretty harbor resort of Kyrenia and the picturesque villages of Bellapais. Ancient sites include the magnificent amphitheatre and Roman Baths of Salamis. Visitors to Famagusta will enjoy fantastic varied all inclusive resorts and an opportunity to explore a rich and rewarding region that is often overlooked.


Protaras boasts of some of the most incredible golden beaches on the island, it has a reputation of being the more peaceful neighbor of Ayia Napa and it is a purpose built resort with a good selection of all inclusive holidays. Holidays in Protaras are based around the beach, with a good reason though, the main resort is a delightful stretch of golden sand.

Protaras also offers exciting adventure activities such as go-karting, diving, climbing to the Profiti Elias Church and Protaras Water park, which offers amazing waterslides.

While Protaras is much quieter than Ayia Napa, it is still possible to enjoy lively nights by visiting the main bars and pubs. There are also two vibrant clubs that are as entertaining as the ones in Ayia Napa.

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