Northern Cyprus Holidays
Northern Cyprus is a corner of Earth touched by heaven.
Comments about Northern Cyprus in the British Press:
is the best of Cyprus, their stretch of coastline is beautiful..."
The Sunday Express
and more impressive monuments than any in the South."
The Financial Times
must be one of the most beautiful sights in the world."
Mail on Sunday 'You' Magazine
was as good as we'd been told; miles of untainted beaches
lapped by clear blue water, superb weather, cheap prices.
From the moment we landed... ...we were overwhelmed by hospitality.
It was as if we and the Turkish Cypriots were old friends
who'd been long parted."
Mail on Sunday 'You' Magazine
For your holiday accomodation needs, we offer prestigious
holiday villages, hotels and villa rental.
Acapulco Holiday Resort is where the blue of the sea and the green of the nature are mixed with harmony. Acapulco is seatlted on the best beach of cyprus. The hotel is located at 8 km east of the holiday capital of Cyprus, Kyrenia.
Villa Club Holiday Village - 5 miles west of Kyrenia, is quiet, family-run holiday complex. Situated in 10 acres of orange and lemon groves, away from the hustle an bustle, but only 350 metres from the beach where you can find watersports like skiing and scuba diving. The accommodation at The Villa Club consists of self-catering villas and studios - the villas accommodate a family of up to four and the studios are twin or double.
Hotel Club Z - Club
Z is situated in Kyrenia, the historic coastal town of North
Cyprus. The main shopping street, amenities, picturesque yacht
harbour and Byzantine castle are all within walking distance
from the resort. The spacious swimming pool and pool side
area of the complex ensure complete relaxation and the pool
side bar serves drinks and snacks throughout the day.
Hotels in Kyrenia, North Cyprus - See a list of select Kyrenia hotels and book online.
The climate of the island is of an extreme Mediterranean
type with very hot dry summers and relatively cold winters.
The climate of the coastal parts is less extreme than farther
inland, due to the fact that the effect of the sea jon atmospheric
humidities is always present there. The sea temperature itself
never falls below 16ºC. (January and February); in August
it can rise to 28 ºC.
Spring and autumn are short, typified by changeable weather,
with occasional heavy storms battering the coast in spring
and a westerly wind, called "meltem" carrying the
influence of Atlantic depressions to this far eastern end
of the Mediterranean.
From mid-May to mid-September the sun shines on a daily average
of around 11 hours. Temperatures can reach 40º C. On
the Mesaoria Plain, although lower on the coasts, with
a north-westerly breeze called "Poyraz" prevailing.
The skies are cloudless with a low humidity, 40 - 60 per cent,
thus the high temperatures are easier to bear. The hot, dry,
dust-laden "sirocco" wind blowing from Africa also
finds its way to the island.
During the wet winter months Cypres is a green
island. However, by the time June arrives the landscape
at the lower levels assumes the brown, parched aspect which
characterises its summer face. The forests and the vineyards
in the mountains, plus the stips of irrigated vegatation in
the valleys remain green.