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Hotels in Cyprus are generally a level above what you find in Greece, and the choice of hotels and apartments in Cyprus across all resorts is vast.

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Ayia Napa offers fabulous cheap hotels and apartments for the party going crowd descending in peak season. Self catering to all inclusive hotels are available to suit all tastes.

Cyprus has all the sunny weather and top class resorts you could want as well as reasonably short transfer times from the airport. At the eastern end is the Party Capital of Cyprus - Ayia Napa.  However, the nightlife is generally confined to the centre of town and one or two of the many beaches, so if partying the night away is not quite your style, it is easy to find the perfect family hotel as well.

One of the many attractions are the beaches, where a variety of water sports are available, including wind surfing, sports boats, snorkelling and canoeing.  The most popular beach is Nissi which is visited mainly by the younger visitors and can get busy in the summer, it offers great water sports facilities as well as the famous beach parties which start in the afternoon and go on long into the night. Then there is the Harbour beach which is the longest beach in Ayia Napa and is very much for families. The New Golden Bay maybe less crowded, however there are not as many activities. Cape Greco is a ten-minute drive from the centre of Ayia Napa and is considered one of the most beautiful places on the island offering sightseeing, cliff jumping and a variety of other activities. All the beaches in Ayia Napa have the Blue Flag for their excellent cleanliness and with nearly all round sun this is a great destination for a holiday.

The Square, central to the town, has many restaurants, night clubs and shops, such as The Castle Club, Club Sin, and Nikita's Steak House. Here the night life is at its height!

Ayia Napa is popular with families too there are many good hotels in Ayia Napa with kids' clubs, big swimming pools and safe beaches, as well as self-catering apartments.

The variety of accommodation is extensive, from top class hotels, to beautiful self catering units. There is something for everyone here in the Cypriot sun. Just a few: Grecian Bay - well placed on Ayia Napa’s beachfront with  indoor and outdoor pools, spa facilities, and tennis courts, Thalassines Beach Villas offers self-contained villas directly on the shores of Ayia Napa, Callisto offers gardens and a lagoon pool with self-contained accommodation on Nissi Beach, The Hotel Adams Beach is directly on one of the best beaches, the list will go on but you can see that there is lots of opportunity to make your break just what you want it to be.

If you can tear yourself away from the sun bed, WaterWorld in Ayia Napa is a Greek themed water park, the largest in Europe, with around 21 slides, rides and water drops. It can be expensive, discount vouchers are available, so look out for them !

If you want to do some exploring, car hire is easy and they drive on the left! There are quiet little beaches, the famous ancient sites and also the Troodos mountains in the centre of the island. Much to see and enjoy around and about.

Ayia Napa will offer you a very varied holiday, chose what interests you the most are there it will be!

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The islands of Kefalonia, Rhodes, Kos, Zante, Corfu and Crete are just some of the delights of Greece.

The Mediterranean paradise that is Greece is an ideal holiday destination offering an array of accommodation and great hotels. Here you will find mountainous and rugged islands, bustling harbours and ports, secluded beaches and a thriving night life. For the perfect time come on a self-catering, half board or fully inclusive holiday at a choice of accommodation and hotels and enjoy the myths and legends that are Greece.

Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and is located in the Aegean Sea. This mountainous island was once a key part of the Minoan civilisation which lives on in the ruins scattered over the island. Come and enjoy the stunning beaches, great food and amazing weather that you only get in the Mediterranean.

Experience the ancient wonders of Rhodes with its Acropolis or the modern 18-30’s atmosphere that the resort of Faliraki is famous for. The island of Kos has plenty to offer historians with its fame lying in the Asklepeion founded after the death of Hippocrates. Kefalonia is a holidaymakers dream with its rugged landscape covered in olive and orange groves and boasting stunning cliffs with secluded bays.

Zante with its azure waters, Venetian architecture and rare wildlife is a unique destination that has so much to offer. Whether you visit the island when it is in full bloom in the spring or come during the hot summer months it is hard to find a fault with the quaint Greek island.The green island of Corfu with its pastel coloured houses and narrow streets is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Here the young people flock for the party atmosphere of the big resorts, while couples retreat to the romantic villages in the hills for beautiful views.

Each of the islands has something unique to offer, whether it is the loggerhead turtles of Zante, the Acropolis of Rhodes or the stunning landscape of Kefalonia. Whatever you are looking for the Greek islands can offer. Stunning beach breaks, cultural trips, bass driven nightlife or a mix of it all. Come to Greece to sample life!

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Malta with its ancient ruins is a great place to come for Baroque buildings and Mediterranean styled churches and fortresses.

With a choice of hotels, secluded bays and the clear waters of the Mediterranean, Malta is an ideal retreat. The charming Maltese islands are located in the Mediterranean about 65 miles south of Sicily. The two main islands are Malta and Gozo which are both inhabited while the small island of Comino is not. These islands boast prehistoric ruins which predate Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids. Once you have picked Malta let Quickrooms.com look after your accommodation.

On the island the influences of the Knights of St John is apparent in the many churches and fortresses that they built throughout the island. Here the Knights ruled for 270 years during which time they travelled throughout the Mediterranean taking the Christian religion with them. One of their fortresses, Fort Rinella, is home to the world’s largest canon.

For festivities and fireworks, head to the islands in spring for the major carnival which immerses the island in revelry. Alternatively wait till the summer months when the local communities celebrate their patron saints and the atmosphere is just as lively. The capital of Malta, Valetta is a vibrant city full of Baroque buildings and bustling cafes and restaurants.

One of the most popular activities on the island is sailing, and with the Mediterranean on the doorstep you have every opportunity to have a go. With the Comino Regatta in June and the Rimini-Malta-Rimini yacht race in August you will get the chance to see the pros racing. Horse racing is also popular on the island with races held every Sunday between October and May.

If you are looking for a Mediterranean holiday with a difference then Malta could be for you. Here the islands are friendly local affairs which are not manufactured. If you like your experiences real, your food local and your history, then you will love Malta!

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Paphos offers hotel deals throughout the rest of Summer 2012

Paphos has many quality hotels offering luxury for a perfect relaxing holiday. Bed & Breakfast is available for those looking to eat out, to all inclusive for those who like to stay put and have everything included.  

Whether you are seeking the sun, sandy beaches to relax upon, crystal clear seas, water sports or exploring the beautiful countryside, Paphos on Cyprus`s south west Mediterranean coast is an ideal destination for couples and families alike. With a wide range of affordable accommodation and hardly any rain between July and August, when the average temperature rises to the upper 20`s and high temperatures to around 30 degrees, it is easy to understand why Paphos has become so popular.
Sea temperatures are in the mid 20`s in July making water sports very popular whether you are jet skiing, parasailing, snorkelling, fishing or diving. Scuba diving opportunities are excellent as the warm waters offer magnificent experiences around wrecks and caves. If you have never dived before and want to give it a go there are a number of diving schools available locally to set you on your way. If an energetic day on or under the surface is not what you seek then why not simply relax on the beach soaking up the sun.
A wide range of hotels to suit all pockets are available as are the self catering apartments and villas and if you fancy a change from the hotel restaurants or cooking for yourself Paphos has a number of restaurants catering for all tastes, many of them along the beach, providing that relaxing culinary experience as the sun sets on yet another magnificent day.
Whether you crave the night life or not both the hectic and peaceful alternatives are there for you in Paphos. If you want to enjoy the bars and varied music you can wander down the suitably named Bar Street in search of your preferred musical taste.
Away from the beach and water sports a visit to the Tomb of the Kings is recommended. The underground tombs date back it`s thought to the 4th century. Aphrodite`s Rock is one of the more famous sights in Cyprus but you should visit the Akamas Peninsular with its beautiful beaches, wonderful landscape and gorges. The natural life and fauna offer a number of birds` butterflies and reptiles to view.
Perhaps though the most famous visitors sight in Paphos are the mosaics which may be found next to the harbour especially in the House of Dionysus, the House of Orpheus or the House of Theseus. Dating back to the second and third centuries AD these were probably the homes of the wealthy Romans. Considering the past the museums of Paphos detail its history whilst Paphos Castle at the entrance to the harbour, once a Byzantine Fort is also worth a visit.
Whatever your requirements, active or relaxing, quiet or lively or perhaps a little bit of everything Paphos, with its warm dry summer temperatures and pleasant climate in spring and late summer is a suitable destination for all.

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Protaras and Paralimni are a true family destination, here the soft sands and friendly atmosphere lure people year after year.

Protaras is located in the south east of Cyprus and is neighbours with the town of Paralimni. Despite having a large number of hotels, bars and clubs, the town manages to keep its family atmosphere. Here the sandy beaches such as Fig Tree Bay carry the blue flag of the tourist authority. With plenty of accommodation options from fully catered to B&B and room only there is something to suit every budget.

The beaches up and down the coast offer the usual array of water sports and the nearby water parks will be popular with the children. Head along the coastline and you can stroll along cliff tops amongst the wild flowers that bloom in the spring. Or go for a trek up to the Ayios Ilias church for the best vistas out over Protaras.

Sharing the same beach Paralimni is quickly becoming a popular modern town. Head out of the modern town centre with its wide tree lined streets and park. Pass the many houses with their brightly coloured gardens which are filled with orchids, bougainvillea and fig trees. Escape into the country and the red soil is dotted with windmills, once used to draw water from underground wells.

If you are looking to party then Protaras boasts a number of pubs and clubs although it cannot compete with neighbouring Agia Napa for top name DJ’s. With this in mind most families choose to stay on the outskirts of the town and make the most of the wonderful beaches, water parks and activity clubs that will keep the children entertained for days.

For a change of scenery take a day trip to the capital of Nicosia. Nicosia has been the capital of Cyprus since the 12th century and is now the only divided city in Europe. The modern tree lined avenues show a change from its historical past while the quaint old town still pulls in the tourists. Here the many squares and cafes are good places for people watching and the old buildings provide a scenic backdrop.

For a summer break to remember, then the sun and sea of Cyprus is guaranteed to deliver. Here the golden sands, warm waters and delicious food will leave you wanting more. Whether you come here on an all inclusive package or choose a room only deal there is so much to do. Come to Cyprus and let the fun begin.

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Hotels in Turkey offer everything from basic hostels to luxury five star resorts, offering anything from room only to all inclusive hotels.

Turkey undoubtedly gave us the complete holiday experience and whether your holiday is a well planned family event or a last minute search for the sun, Turkey has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in recent years as the climate, accommodation, restaurants and nightlife, satisfies individual and family requirements alike. The beautiful beaches and crystal blue sea offer the opportunity to enjoy the numerous water sport activities of swimming, sailing, snorklling , jet skiing and diving that are available to the energetic and adventurous or if you prefer simply relax in the warm sunshine. The whitewashed villages, the variety of architecture and history of the region are magnificent and nightlife abounds in the clubs and bars for those looking to party into the early hours.

The climate in the countries seven regions differ slightly dependent upon their proximity to mountain ranges but the coastal resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea enjoy practically rain free periods between May and October, with sea temperatures frequently around the mid 20`s Centigrade.

The Aegean coastline offers more than wonderful coastline and beaches but also popular towns and villages which include Izmir, Turkeys third largest city and the regions capital, the village of Assos with the Temple of Athena overlooking the Aegean, the lively resort of Bodrum, Kusadasi with its harbour and Datca bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. The area also boasts many examples of magnificent architectural heritage including Ephasus one of the worlds` best examples of Roman influence and can be found just 3 km from Selcuk.

Mediterranean Turkey covers the southern coast partially with a backdrop of mountain ranges and inland areas to the wonderful beaches and shimmering sea, the larger towns of Adana and Antalya, an expanding destination that boasts some of the region`s liveliest nightlife, the coastal towns and villages of Kas, Mersin, Marmaris and Felthlye also prove very popular.

The Sea of Marmara to the north is considered by many to be the border between Asia and Europe, the region is a little cooler, and does experience some rainfall but is still a warm climate. Istanbul is now considered the capital of the region in which The Ottoman Empire originated over 700 years ago when Bursa was considered as its capital. The region also provides access to Gallipoli with its WW1 Memorial and the ruins of Troy.

The Black Sea region to the north offers a contrasting landscape of rocky coastline, forested mountain areas and arable farmland, the coastline while dramatic in parts is warm in the summer months but can also be more humid than the Aegean or Mediterranean coastlines.

As east meets west and as the different dynasties developed the influence of the Greeks, Roman and Byzantine periods, together with the rise of the Ottoman Empire can be identified not only in the architecture, but also in the variety of food available and the delicate use of spices in certain dishes. Combine this with the beautiful beaches, the flowers and fauna and Turkey offers couples and families alike the opportunity of a memorable holiday.

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