The land of ancient ruins, surrounded by the Mediterranean sea and with a plethora of unique cuisine - and that is only what is advertised to curious travellers. The island of Cyprus is an interesting island that is overshadowed by its history with Greece and Turkey, two countries whose cultures are still visible in the present on the island.
Steeped in myth, coveted by every conqueror with an eye for a prize, Cyprus' tumultuous and multi-layered past has left ancient riches strewn across this island, and while soaking under the sun, there is one thing about the island that draws a lot of visitors to it - the naturally warm Cypriot hospitality is much in evidence on both sides of the Green Line.
Partake in a culinary feast - dining in the finest Mediterranean meals on offer - have fun in the water with every water sport imaginable, or time travel back in time to when leaders from all over Europe tried to make their claim on the island, Cyprus offers it all. Here are a few activities that you can do while on the island.
Full-day tour of Limassol
Partake in a full day's tour of the city of Limassol, visiting the amazing sites on Five Finger Mountain - Bellapais Abbey, St. Hilarion Castle, Kyrenia Castle and then the walled city of Nicosia.
Taste Cyprus' best wines
Go wine tasting in the old part of Larnaca, and learn about the wine offerings and pairings from each of the wines that The Oak Tree Wine Cellar has to offer, located in the old part of the Larnaca town.
Visitors can partake in the tasting of 10 Cyprus wines including rose, white, red and sweet wines that will be explained by a trained staff.
Each wine will be served at their proper temperature and with the proper wine glasses so you can explore each flavour as they have been intended.