The thin finger of the Karpas Peninsula is rolling meadows, craggy cliffs and wild beaches with a handful of quiet villages.
It’s a taste of the old-style Cyprus. Despite new development, its agrarian soul feels untouched by modern life. To the south, the fortified city of Famagusta’s faded long-lost grandeur can be discovered in lanes with gently dilapidated houses sitting beside deteriorating ruins of once- grandiose churches. Full of mesmerising natural beauty and brimming with history this is by far the island’s most rewarding region to explore.
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