Whatever the season, Cyprus provides ample opportunity to experience something new, interesting and exciting,
including activities, events, customs and places that are unique and special to the island.
Cycling Tours: With the challenging terrain and beautiful scenery, it is no wonder that Cyprus is a firm favourite for leisurely and competitive cycling – all year round.The most popular months for cycling are those of spring, which also welcome high-calibre cycling events, including The Sunshine Cup and The Volkswagen Tour. The courses of the events are designed in a way to suit the abilities of top elite riders, whilst also providing leisure bikers with a fun and testing experience. In the months between, the island is considered to be a firstrate training location, as well as a cyclist’s dream environment just for the sheer love of the sport.The Cyprus Cycling Federation (www.cypruscycling.com) a member of the International Cycling Union (UCI) – is the organiser or supporter of major events and other competitions throughout the year
Nature Tails: The best way to really know a place is to walk it! A total of 52 designated walking trails have been created to highlight the beautiful landscapes and strong Mediterranean character of the island. By walking them, you can see a treasure trove of varied fauna and flora, as well as the remnants of the island’s mining heritage and other interesting monuments.
Water sports: The range of water sports available in Cyprus start from gentle activities in shallower waters, to pursuits that offer an exhilarating thrill for even the most daring of athletes! A large number of licensed water sports operators can be found directly on public, organized beaches, and on the coastline of hotel strips and can be booked on the spot, including: banana boats, tube rides, pedalos, water skiing, wakeboarding, bodyboarding, SUP, parasailing, jet skiing, windsurfing, canoeing and kayaking.
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Diving: Cyprus attracts visitors from all over the world for its favourable weather conditions, top-ranking wrecks and diverse marine life. With warm waters that range from 16-27 degrees almost all-year-round, the island enjoys one of the longest diving seasons in the Mediterranean
Beaches: Surrounded by coast, and embraced by the sapphire waters of the Mediterranean Sea Cyprus consistently receives awards, accolades and top rankings for its water quality and safety.Cyprus is the proud recipient of 57 Blue Flag beaches. There is always abeach nearby waiting to be discovered!