Other popular All Inclusive holiday destinations
There are many more diverse destinations offering fantastic All Inclusive deals. For a taste of the exotic, the Dominican Republic is ideal. The increasingly popular Cape Verde Islands also offer a host of All Inclusive options as well as pristine beaches and dazzling waters. Or, for those who like to stay a little closer to home the Canary Islands, with their modern resorts and all year-round sunshine, are worth considering.
If Cyprus appeals however, check out our travel guide to start planning your trip. Here are a few All Inclusive hotels to get you started.
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What's included in your holiday
Booking an All Inclusive holiday to Cyprus takes away all the stress of planning your trip because flights, transfers, accommodation and food and drink are paid for in the upfront price of your holiday. Some hotels include other perks like sporting activities and daytime and evening entertainment but this will vary from place to place.
There may be an extra charge for dining at speciality restaurants and often indulgences like spa treatments are available for an additional fee. Check the hotel information to see exactly what’s covered in the All Inclusive package, and take a look at the offerings of the All Inclusive hotels below.
The Paphos region has an array of beaches, many of which have been awarded Blue Flags. Resorts such as Coral Bay provide shallow bathing while shingle Petra tou Romiou Beach, also known as Aphrodite’s Rock, is a popular spot with couples – legend has it that swimming around the rock together three times will mean you fall madly in love. Those in search of seclusion may want to head to Laourou Beach with pristine sands and a laid-back vibe.
Over in Larnaca, head to Palm Tree Beach for lively sandy beach and an array of shops and watersports. Castella Beach, just a 15-minute walk from Larnaca city centre, is also hard to beat, with lifeguards tavernas and ice-cream stands on hand.
Opt for an All Inclusive break to Cyprus to lie back without a worry
Fly to Cyprus in just over four and a half hours to enjoy a taste of All Inclusive bliss with all the essentials thrown in. With average temperatures of 17°C in February soaring up to around 27°C in August there’s plenty of opportunity for lazy pool days, cocktail in hand.
Cyprus’ regions and resorts each have something different to offer – the Paphos region on the west coast is blessed with a superb coastline where many All Inclusive hotels are situated. And Limassol is another popular spot, offering modern amenities with an old-world twist. Coral Bay has modern facilities and a host of sightseeing options, with its All Inclusive hotels offering plenty more entertainment to keep young and old happy.
The Larnaca region is more mixed, offering family friendly resorts such as Nissi Beach as well as nightlife hotspots like Ayia Napa. At its heart, the city of Larnaca is historically rich and exploration will unveil ruins and pretty churches as well as shipwrecks offshore.
Fantastic views and a quiet setting are just a couple of the perks at the Ascos Coral Beach Hotel. The large pool is surrounded by spacious terraces equipped with loungers and umbrellas and the shaded poolside bar provides a place to cool off with a drink or two. During the day, there are a host of activities to take part in, such as table tennis, tennis and aqua aerobics, and there's also a low-key evening entertainment programme, with live music and quizzes. Meals are available in the buffet restaurant alongside snacks and ice cream, which are served at selected times throughout the day.
Offering unlimited access to the neighbouring waterpark, a large on-site pool and a host of facilities the Panthea Holiday Village is a good value for money, All Inclusive hotel. And the nearest beach is a mere five-minute walk away. The choice in food covers a buffet restaurant, open air taverna serving both local and international dishes and a pool bar for drinks and snacks. Shows and a children's disco are included in the evening entertainment but those who want to party will find Ayia Napa's vibrant nightlife just a short walk way.
Tofinis Hotel has its own waterpark as well as a large outdoor pool and kids' pool so there's plenty of scope for water-based fun. All Inclusive meals are served in the buffet restaurant and there's also a Greek taverna, available for an additional fee. Activities include a gym, tennis and darts plus there's also a pool table. Evening entertainment is laid on a few nights a week and free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby. For the ultimate pampering head to the spa, where treatments are available for an additional fee.
Chic, contemporary and set in a quiet residential area just 15 minutes' walk from a sandy beach, the King Jason Paphos is an impressive hotel. There are four pools to enjoy as well as a stylish buffet restaurant and a lobby bar with a pool-facing terrace serving drinks and snacks during the day. The fitness room, open from 8am to 8pm daily, is on hand for those who like to ward off those holiday kilos.