The Akamas Peninsula is the real Cyprus, it's a protected area and National Park and worth a visit by boat, by 4 wheel drive car, Buggy or Jeep Adventures ... whichever you choose ... Go !!!
A name synonymous to Paphos ... providing first class car rentals for almost 25 years with thousands of their clients being repeaters. I rented my first car from Chris back in 1995! With 5 offices in Paphos there's one not to far away from you and with over 150 new cars to choose from you are sure to find what you want.
All their luxury vehicles are brand new, kept immaculately clean and fully air conditioned for your comfort. All their drivers are fully licensed and insured and will be ready to look after you always, offering the best prices so that you'll use them every time you need a taxi and then recommend them to your friends
The location is wonderful, up in the hills, with absolutely stunning panoramic views overlooking the St. George coastline of Paphos. There's over 100,000 sq metres of lush green vegetation, ponds, flowers, and trees including the amazing Silk Floss Tree from South America, covered in thousands of spikes, it's just crazy !
Lara Bay is famous for the turtles but if you want to get away from the maddening crowds its one of the few places we can call paradise in paradise !
Ayias Tria Cruise takes you along the rugged coastline of Protaras and Ayia Napa, around Blue Lagoon and over to the ghost city of Famagusta ...and they stop for rock jumping !
They distill their own essential oils and make fragrant soaps and other herbal products.
One of the first Dive Centres to open in Cyprus, and is now a PADI IDC, and the leading Dive Centre on the Island with 2 Master Instructors, 6 Master Scuba Trainers, an awesome crew that have been together for years, boasting the highest qualifications available, over 100 sets of dive equipment ready and regularly serviced for your pleasure ...
A cruise on the med where you can chill or go rock jumping, chill or go snorkelling, chill or enjoy Flyboarding and watersports galore or just chill !
It's a lovely idea for a different day out. What I really like about The Camel Park is it’s diversity, as there’s always something new to see every time you go. With such a lot of animals, there’s often a few babies around including iccle Camels, ranging from as little as 2 weeks old … they are just delightful! You can choose to stroll around at your leisure or there’s guides who offer information in several languages.