Discover the best top things to do in Famagusta District, Cyprus including Ayia Napa Monastery, Nissi Beach, Fig Tree Bay, Konnos Bay, Ayia Thekla Beach, Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque, Makronissos Beach, Agios Georgios Church, Cape Greco National Forest Park, Profitis Elias - Konnos Nature Trail.
4.5 based on 1,545 reviews
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Looking for the monastery who has Sour Cherry trees and sells the Jelly in the gift shop also sells crosses. If this the right monastary?
4.5 based on 7,422 reviews
The place where you can stay relax on the blue water with small island ???? Provided many sports activities, and many bars on the beach Such a good place for spending you special day with someone to have fun, swim , drink and have some water sports rides
4.5 based on 4,890 reviews
Well I Been there many times is the most clean crystal waters u will ever find in Cyprus and the best sand good for all the king of people with a small island inside you can visit and also plenty options of water sports
4.5 based on 1,783 reviews
Once you walk down the stairs for approx 5 minutes, you will find a small bay with fine sand and turquoise water, perfect for sun bathing and swimming. Price for renting sunbeds+umbrellas is 2,5 Euro each.Enjoy!
4.5 based on 591 reviews
The largest former church in Famagusta, built by the French in flamboyant Gothic style, and weathered to gold by the Eastern sun and winds. The Turks added a sleek minaret, and kept the interior empty and white, doing a great service to its sleek ogival arches and columns.
4.5 based on 1,667 reviews
Charming bartender . Beautiful quiet bay golden sands and crystal clear water . Would be wonderful for young kids as you could keep an eye on them easily .
4.5 based on 89 reviews
If you are in Paralimni and near the Square, then you cannot fail to see the Agios Georgious Church. Beautifully designed and built and exceptionally well maintained. A true piece of Old Cyprus in amongst the Modern. Well worth a few minutes of your time to stop and admire. You will be glad you did.
4.5 based on 791 reviews
Our Annual Walk from Dhyrenia Viewpoint to Ayia Thekla takes us through one of Mother Nature’s finest creations that is Cape Greco. This year after the Lockdown and complete lack of tourism Mother has reclaimed some of her lost vegetation and the area is looking very very green and welcoming. So peaceful and tranquil on this warm January morning. So relaxing it should be on prescription.
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