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Cyprus Excursions Uncovered

The mercury is about to boil in the thermometers on the island of Cyprus. With a beautiful climate and over 340 days of sunshine per year the temperature rarely dips below 20 °C. The summer months can often reach in excess of 35°C.

Split in to two main tourist areas the main holiday hotspots include Paphos, Limassol, Nissi Beach, Protaras and Aiya Napa and with loads of activities you can guarantee that there is an activity for everyone in your holiday group.

Here at Holiday Hypermarket we know that excursions make your holiday even more enjoyable, that’s why we have listed the best Cyprus excursions which may be worth considering for your next trip.

Paphos Zoo

Originally a sanctuary for bird life, the park is now home to hundreds of animals including flamingos, Parrots, owls, cockatoos, llamas, kangaroos, giant tortoise and many more. This is a great day out for the family if you’re in the Paphos area with ticket prices starting from £13 per adult and £7 per child. It’s not going to break the bank.

WaterWorld Waterpark

Another great family attraction is the WaterWorld Waterpark in Aiya Napa. This is Europe’s largest themed waterpark and is the perfect fix for those adrenaline junkies or ideal chill out area for parents as they can relax in the ancient Egypt section.

Fig Tree Bay

According to Trip Advisor Fig Tree Bay is the number one thing to do in Protaras. This stunning beach with breathtaking ocean views to match has it all. Surrounded by great restaurants and bars you can even stop for a drink or bite to eat when you want to escape the blazing sun. And the best part about it is it costs nothing to visit.

Black Pearl Cruise

Ahoy! Mega Day Black Pearl Cruise awaits. It’s your time to shine in Cyprus like Jack Sparrow did in the Caribbean. You’ll sail to sea caves for a photo opportunity, swim at Konnos, stop for lunch, and finally sail to Protaras for one last swim before heading back to Aiya Napa harbour.

Golf in the Sensatori

Cyprus is known as a golfer’s paradise with plenty of golfing opportunities across the island. How does an 18-hole golf course at the Sensatori Aphrodite Hills sound? The complex has over 6000 metres of velvety golf greens with championship credentials, and prices start from £77.


One for the ladies, yes it’s time to shop! Head to Nicosia for boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Nicosia is just 1 hour from Aiya Napa and 1 hour 40 minutes from Paphos, so it shouldn’t cost a lot to get to.

Troodos Mountains

This is one for the culture vultures, people who like explore the country by foot, for instance, hiking along Cyprus’ many coastal areas while stopping for the odd wine or coffee at the Troodos Mountains National Forest Park. As the largest mountain range in Cyprus, this is a must-see while staying on the island. The Troodos region has ten monuments which are all included in the World Heritage list and range from small churches to monasteries such as St John Lampadistis.

Cape Greco

This trip is not for the faint hearted. Cliff jumping at Cape Greco is a must-do for all adrenaline junkies. Grab your GoPro and, well, watch this video…

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