Why North Cyprus?
North Cyprus, also known as the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) is the Mediterranean’s third biggest island, renowned for its pleasant temperature, friendly people, and various cultural and natural attractions. Nicosia, Kyrenia, Famagusta, Güzelyurt, İskele, and Lefke are the six districts that make up North Cyprus. Cyprus is the historical and cultural heart of the Mediterranean, with its lush maquis flora. It provides students with a great educational atmosphere, as well as the convenience of moderate weather.
Nicosia, North Cyprus’ capital, is one of the island’s most populous cities. Nicosia is divided in two by the United Nations-established Green Line, making it the world’s only divided capital. The TRNC is located in the north, the Republic of Cyprus is located in the south, and the United Nations peacekeeping force is located in the center. In terms of economy, trade, and notably culture, Nicosia is the most significant city in Cyprus.
Nicosia is a walled city in Cyprus.
With its ancient structures, modernized, and newly formed spots of entertainment, Nicosia’s walls have become one of the most popular tourist destinations. Many of the cafés and bars in this area have been admired for their attractiveness and vibrancy.
With its many stores, cafés, restaurants, and bars, Dereboyu, also known as Nicosia’s heart, is the city’s most visited location.
The city of Kyrenia and its environs is North Cyprus’ tourism capital. The Kyrenia Mountains are to the south of the city, while the Mediterranean sea lies to the north. Kyrenia, located on the island’s northern coast, has a 6000-year history, but it is now a tourist destination with cultural and historical sites, kilometers of natural beaches, a chilly sea, and a warm temperature.
The ancient port is located next to Kyrenia Castle in the heart of the city. With its restaurants, bars, and open-air cafeterias, as well as a shopping center within walking distance, it is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, frequently attracting both residents and tourists throughout the year.
Karmi is a settlement on the island of Cyprus, west of Kyrenia. With its short walking route and distinct street names, bright flowers in gardens, the beauty of nature, rustic appearance, immaculate mountain and sea air, Karmi hamlet on the slopes of the Beşparmak Mountains is a paradise corner of the island.
Famagusta is a port city in the northern part of the island of Cyprus. Famagusta is one of the Mediterranean’s most heavily fortified ports. Between the Near East and Europe, it serves as a stepping stone. It also has a lot of historical sites and architecture. Famagusta’s golden beaches are among the most well-known in the world. Every year, the International Famagusta Culture and Art Festival takes place.
Famagusta is a walled city in the northern part of the island of Cyprus. Kaleiçi is Famagusta’s oldest and most important district, encircled by medieval walls and structures. Here you will find authentic and rustic-looking eateries, boutiques, and souvenir stores. Aside from that, there are significant historical works.
Salamis Avenue, which derives its name from the ruins of Salamis, a historically significant site, is Famagusta’s busiest street. Cafes, restaurants, bars, shops, and numerous entertainment spots abound.
Cyprus provides a perfect atmosphere for schooling, vacation and other social purposes, with at least 300 days of sunshine and open weather conditions, as well as mild temperatures. Cyprus has a Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and dry, while winters are warm and rainy. The yearly precipitation averages 500 mm. Summer temperatures range from 20 to 30 degrees celsius, while winter temperatures range from 5 to 15 degrees celsius.
Click here to learn about the amazing beaches of Cyprus.