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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.

April May June July
 Room Only£500.37£462.86£628.74£760.90
 Self Catering----
 B & B£488.78£489.67£679.72£680.34
 Half Board£777.77£697.86£863.96£996.34
 Full Board£883.01£786.33£952.50£1084.96
 All Inclusive----
April May June July
 Room Only----
 Self Catering----
 B & B£750.62£836.63£1094.66£1094.66
 Half Board£1110.30£1196.31£1454.33£1454.33
 Full Board£1442.14£1528.14£1786.17£1786.17
 All Inclusive----
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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.

Cyprus is the third largest of the Greek Islands and most certainly one the most popular, a jewel in the Mediterranean sea.

With history stretching back to ancient Greece and before, wonderful weather all year round and a huge choice of resorts, small villages and fabulous beaches and lively nightlife you won’t want to leave!

Although the sea might be too strong to actually swim around the rock of Aphrodite, near Paphos, the legend of a beautiful maiden emerging from the surf is enough! You can’t  travel through the island without realizing that Aphrodite has a connection because of all the tavernas and restaurants named after her.

Kourion on the south coast is a most important ancient site.  It has a wonderful theatre, with spectacular views over the Mediterranean. Paphos, in the south west, has many interesting finds and the Roman mosaics should not be missed.

The island offers a choice of destinations from the major cities of Nicosia, Limassol, Paphos and Larnaca to the night life of Ayia Napa. All offer good quality hotels, many with enviable beach front locations to smaller tavernas and a choice of self catering options.

Watching the sun set over the blue sea from your hotel balcony before an exciting high quality meal is a wonderful experience.

The beach and the warm sea provide many of the island’s joys, from sun bathing to water sports to boat trips and even sand castle building!

Many hotels offer an all inclusive deal, so you don’t have to worry about the bill.  Or you might prefer bed and breakfast, leaving you free to explore and enjoy the many different restaurants across the island.

Car hire is easy to arrange and so you can go exploring. They drive on the same side of the road as the UK, so that’s a bit easier too.  Try the Troodos  mountains, right in the middle of the island. Here you will find mountain resorts, Byzantine monasteries and churches with charming mountain villages clinging to terraced hill slopes. Be a bit careful, the mountains are a well known skiing area in winter, so the weather can be very different to the coast. 

There are two major airports, Larnaca and Paphos so transfer times are usually fairly short to most resorts. 

A warm Greek welcome awaits all visitors to the island, go try the local KEO beer or maybe a strong coffee in the warm sun.

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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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Protaras and Paralimni