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Price and Availability Index Cyprus
Holiday Letting Price Information in Cyprus
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Cyprus for the next twelve months. Prices in a week of July (13/07 - 20/07) go up to £121 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. In December (01/12 - 08/12), prices will hit an average low of £89 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cyprus
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Cyprus (in %). More people travel to Cyprus a week in August (18/08 - 25/08). So far, 76% of the rentals are occupied this week. Conversely, 71% of the lettings are still available during a week in November (24/11 - 01/12).
Explore beauty and ruins with a Cyprus holiday letting
Cyprus, the Mediterranean's third largest island, is a joy to explore. This is a land of ruins, beautiful coastline, and an enchanting atmosphere, not to mention a climate that keeps people visiting year after year. From the cultural hub of Nicosia to the picturesque Troodos mountains, those who book a Cyprus holiday letting will find the island offers much to fall in love with.
Getting to Cyprus
Cyprus is accessible via Larnaca International Airport, which has connections with many cities across Europe and the Middle East. The airport is located around 6 km from the centre of Larnaca. If staying there, you can reach your Cyprus holiday letting via taxi or public transport, but most people will find it much more convenient to rent their own car and travel that way, especially as many of the island’s main attractions are located in hard-to-reach areas. There are also flights into the smaller Paphos International Airport and Ercan International Airport, though these are served by fewer routes than Larnaca.
Cyprus and its great climate
Though there are of course exceptions to the rule, generally speaking, visitors can expect sunshine during their stay at their Cyrpus holiday home, regardless of when they visit. The island's low season is between November and February, which is known as the ‘rainy season’. However, rainfall is pretty minimal and the sun shines most days, though the temperature is a bit cooler. Spring and autumn bring pleasant temperatures, while the height of summer sees scorching heatwaves of around 29-34°C, so make sure you have plenty of sun cream stashed away in your Cyprus holiday letting .
Major attractions on Cyprus
Cyprus combines classic beach holiday activities with fascinating cultural ruins and museums, so there’s always something to do during your stay at one of many Cyprus holiday lettings dotted around the island.
At Kourion, in the south, you’ll find extensive Ancient Roman ruins. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, there are many buildings to see here. The most impressive is the Kourion Theatre, which dates back 1,800 years. Still in use, it is able to accommodate thousands of spectators. If making use of your Cyprus holiday home during the summer, you’ll be able to see a show at the venue by attending the International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama.
One of the island’s most popular attractions is St. Hilarion Castle, a well-preserved castle that dates back around 1,000 years. Aside from exploring the site, which was used to keep lookout for pirates and other invaders, visitors can also enjoy the view from the top as well as the Kyrenia Mountains, on which the castle is located. There are some excellent hiking trails to be found, which range from short afternoon strolls to multi-day treks. If you really want a challenge, try the Kyrenia Mountain Trek, on which you’ll cover 230 kilometers of rocky terrain. Not for the faint hearted!
It’s not all about ruins and strenuous activity, however. People come to Cyprus to relax and you will find plenty of opportunities to do just that. Larnaca is a place that combines the old and the new to create a great beach resort. The laid-back atmosphere and many bars mean it’s a great place to spend a day, especially on one of the many beaches that line the shore. Faros and Kastella are both Blue Flag beaches, while at beaches such as CTO and Mackenzie you can try your hand at water sports. There are many beaches, though, so take a tour and see which one is the best fit for you.
Activities for the kids in Cyprus
Children are likely to love Cyprus, whatever you decide to get up to during your stay in a Cyprus holiday home. After all, this beautiful island has plenty of spots for splashing around in the water and building sandcastles.
You will find plenty of organised fun to be had, too. Aphrodite Water Park provides fun for the whole family, with rides, slides and the relaxing ’Lazy River’. There’s also a wave pool, which is a sure-fire hit with older kids. If you want to unwind in peace whilst they conquer the slides, you can choose to relax on one of the many sunbeds that dot the park.
For a different kind of day out, head over to Dinosaur Park, a wooded area where the ancient beasts roam. Not only fun, it offers an educational experience for the whole family. Just do not tell the kids that beforehand!
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