All Inclusive Holidays Cyprus – Cyprus All Inclusive Options

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Cyprus is a popular all inclusive holiday destination particualrly for holidaymakers looking for a good quality of accommodation. Cyprus has a good selection of quality four and five start hotels and self catering properties that offer an all inclusive holiday option. There are also a good range of holiday resorts each offering somthing different from quieter family friendly resorts to ones offering nightlife featuring some of the top DJ in Europe. The prices in Cyprus aren’t the cheapest so going all inclusive is a good idea for a visit to Cyprus. Cyprus offers access to some great cultural sites as well as some excellent beaches. If you plan to do a bit of exploring renting a car in Cyprus is an excellent idea to discover all the different villages around the coast and in the mountain areas. Unlike a holiday in most of the European holiday destinations driving in Cyprus is as easy as driving in the Uk as they both drive on the same side of the road! On the West coast of the island is Paphos airport offering resorts such as Latchi, Limassol and Paphos. In the East coast you fly into Larnaca airport which provides access to resorts such as the party resort of Ayia Napa or the quieter resort of Protaras. All Inclusive Holidays Cyprus offer an affordable way to enjoy a great holiday on this beautiful island.

Paphos All Inclusive Holidays

Flying into Paphos airport gices you access to a number of great holiday destinations in the west coastHoliday resorts in Paphos area include; Amathus Bay, Aphrodite Hills, Argaka, Coral Bay, Latchi, Limassol, Miliou, Nea Dimmata, Neo Chorio, Paphos, Polis and Pomos. Limassol All Inclusive Holidays Limassol is the largest resort on the island and as such offers holidaymakers a variety of things to do. The beach stretches for around 7 miles and there is a choice of beaches along the seafront. Due to its size Limassol offers a large range of accommodation options and is perfect for an all inclusive holiday in Cyprus. Limassol offers holidaymakers great nightlife and shopping as well as some historical sites as well. You could visit the castle where Richard the Lionheart got married to Queen Berengaria or the nearby Roman ruins. Shopping options include markets souvenir bazaars and lots of small designer boutiques. On the beach itself there are lots of water sports options however it is important to make sure that your travel insurance covers any hazardous activities please check before you go on holiday.

All Inclusive Holidays in Paphos

Paphos is an excellent choice for an all inclusive holiday in Cyprus and offers a number of luxury properties for anyone looking for a holiday with a difference. Accommodation in the area ranges from self catering to affordable all inclusive holidays and a number of hotels. Paphos is not just a holiday resort it is also on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list offering holidaymakers more than just sun sea and sand. The area has lots of all churches, Roman remains and well preserved mosaics. Paphos also has some good nightlife and lots of open air restaurants around the harbour area where many people either enjoy a meal or drinks and watch the world go by. The resort itself is split into two separate areas Kato Paphos is the harbour area and Ktima inland is where you’ll find hilly streets and a traditional Cypriot atmosphere. Paphos itself is located around 13 km from Coral Bay on the west coast of the island.Transfer times Paphos airport range from around 25-65 minutes depending on where your accommodation is situated.

Larnaca All Inclusive Holidays

Holiday Resorts in Larnaca Region include the popular Cyprus holidays resorts such as Ayia Napa, Nissi Beach and Protaras.

Ayia Napa Inclusive Holidays

Ayia Napa offers holidaymakers over 10 blue flag beaches to choose from outstanding nightlife in the evening and even a nearby waterpark. For many when it comes to nightlife Ayia Napa is the Cypriot equivalent of San Antonio in Ibiza or Magaluf in Majorca. During the day the beaches are full of sunworshippers and there is a number of water sports on offer as well. As the sun goes down in the evening the lights go on as people prepare for an evening of partying to the latest club tunes and even foam parties. Despite the noise of all of the pubs and clubs in the evening there is also a quieter part of Ayia Napa. Many of the all inclusive properties offer their own entertainment so it is easy to avoid the excesses if you want. Resort of Ayia Napa is located approximately 45 km east of all Larnaca and you would expect your transfer time to range from around 50-75 minutes as usual depending on where you accommodation is located on the transfer drop-off route.