Facts Of Cyprus


  • Cyprus and Aphrodite
    Legend says that Cyprus is the birthplace of the ancient Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. Certainly the natural beauty of Cyprus and the Mediterranean beauty of Cypriot women, adds to this legend. 
  • Cyprus Cities
    There are four large cities – Nicosia (Lefkosia) the capital, Larnaka (Larnaca), Lemesos (Limassol) and Pafos (Paphos). They are busy modern commercial and business areas, with old town centers containing historical buildings and narrow streets which you can stroll along at your leisure.

    Capo Bay Beach Hotel is located in the area of Paralimni, Protaras with amazing beaches. Capo Bay Beach Hotel is right next to Fig Tree Bay, the 9th best Beach in Europe!
     
  • Cyprus Coastline
    Cyprus has an amazing coastline with a wide variety of beaches, which incorporate secluded bays, lively resorts, sandy beaches and rocky coves. Its expansive coastline means there are plenty of watersports for you to take part in – will it be snorkeling or diving, or some other exhilarating activity.

    Many Beaches in Cyprus have been awarded, including Fig Tree Bay which was awarded as the 9th Best Beach in Europe. Cyprus's beach water quality is higher than all European Union Countries.

    If you are looking for the ideal holidays, Capo Bay Beach Hotel in Protaras is the right place to be!
     
  • Size of Cyprus
    Cyprus is the largest island in the eastern Mediterranean. An important Cyprus fact is that it has one of the oldest civilizations of the area, going back some 10,000 years.

    Conquered throughout the ages, all that came to her shores have left their mark in some way. These include: the Tombs of the Kings and the Medieval Walls of Nicosia.
    Within the surrounding area of Protaras, you have the Ayia Napa monastery and the Macronissos tombs, which date back to the Hellenistic and Roman times. Cyprus is steeped in history.