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Just a short drive away from the sunny beaches and the blue water of Mediterranean, you will find the green heart of Cyprus - the perfect place to explore Cyprus’s natural beauty, with Charming villages, ancient churches and monasteries, waterfalls, hiking trails or even skiing in winter.

Once sleepy fishing villages, Agia Napa on the south-east coast with its fabulous beaches of fine white sand, and Protaras, the coastal area of Paralimni, in the east with its hundreds of windmills, nowadays buzz with life.

Beautiful countryside, a cosmopolitan resort, historic sights as well as sporting activities, the Pafos Region has something for everyone at any time of the year.

This city is not just about seeing it, but also about feeling it. It has its own, special energy. Limassol is historical. It is cosmopolitan. It is exciting. It is wild. But above all, it is everything you would want it to be…

With its distinction as the only divided capital in the world, Lefkosia (Nicosia) and its surrounding region combines the heartbeat of the island’s commercial and businesses centre with an interesting past, and rural areas where escape is possible in naturally beautiful, green environs.

A few things to consider before you plug your phone into the rental car USB port, namely security and data.

Beautifully compact, easily accessible and truly authentic, Larnaka is Cyprus' oldest soul; the longest continually inhabited region of the island, with a history that dates back 10,000 years, and the most centrally positioned, offering easy access to other regions.

Common mistake and a reason for negative experience and reviews is the misunderstanding of the categories in the car rental industry.

After a few years on the road, driving becomes almost like walking for most people—something you can do with very little conscious or direct attention. But put that same person in a country that drives on the opposite side of the road than they’re used to, and it requires almost complete concentration to keep from turning their car directly into oncoming traffic.

Mentioned by the poets Homer and Shakespeare, visited by saints such as St. Paul and Barnabas, and conquered by legendary figures such as Richard the Lionheart, our little island has been at the crossroads of civilizations.