Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS, MANY INVESTORS ARE LOOKING INTO INVESTING IN CYPRUS SINCE IT IS GROWING EXCEPTIONALLY WITH NEW OPPORTUNITIES POPPING UP REGULARLY.
Kyrenia is a municipality and Town in the district of Kyrenia in the north Coast of Cyprus. In local language it is called Girne. The place is known for its historic harbor and fortress. This is the most visited city in Northern Cyprus. Kyrenia holidays offer plenty for the keen shopper, with a vast array of outlets providing everything from the latest designer fashions to Cypriot souvenirs – not to mention a truly remarkable choice of restaurants. Kyrenia is an ideal base to explore Northern Cyprus, and it has some of the island’s best accommodation. Yet the serene beauty of the countryside is never far away.
Guzelyurt is a market town located in the west of North Cyprus and is the regional capital of the Guzelyurt district. It is one of the richest agricultural areas of North Cyprus, famous particularly for the citrus (orange, lemon & grapefruit) and strawberries. They thrive in Guzelyurt’s fertile red soil. A large portion of the citrus fruit is exported, and the rest is made into fruit juice and canned for local consumption as well as export.
Iskele is situated in the North / East of Cyprus. This beautiful characteristic Mediterranean town has a rich history and is amazing visitors with its old and modern buildings. It is one of the best towns for a sightseeing tour in Cyprus.
There are many tourists visiting it for its appealing sights daily. It also has beautiful golden sand beaches those ever to be seen in North Cyprus. Famagusta is a popular destination for North Cyprus holidays.
With thousands of years of history, invasions, and trades, the city surely offers many tourist attractions such as churches, mosques, monasteries, and castles.
Lefkosa is a fascinating city to explore and the only remaining divided city in the world – with the border crossing providing unrestricted crossings for locals, residents, and all EU citizens.
Anyone who is attracted by all things Turkish should spend a day in Lefkoşa. Here, within the walls of the old city, are the island’s major Ottoman monuments, many of them either still in use or renovated (or being renovated) as museums. Apart from the renovated buildings, the town has a kind of shabby charm.