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Northern Cyprus is a land where nature, history and modern life blend together, each complementing and enhancing the importance of the other. It offer so many rewarding experiences to visitors. Whether for sun and sand, the culture and history, adventure or golf, or scuba diving for flora and fauna, the island has the most beautifully versatile possibility of opportunities that visitors can imagine. North Cyprus' diversity of experiences provides the ultimate charm of this beautiful island.
There are some great opportunities for Northern Cyprus walking holidays, especially with the rugged Kyrenia mountain range so close to hand. Walking is a pleasure and there are plenty of walking trails in the Kyrenia Mountains, or the Five-Finger mountains as they are often called. The term Five-Fingers comes from the shape of one particular mountain peak just to the east of Kyrenia. In fact there is a circular walk around this mountain which takes about 2 hours 30 minutes.
Historical buffs will head to Northern Cyprus just to visit the ancient site of Salamis, the very largest and most important site on the island. In terms of mythology, Salamis was founded around 1100 BC by Teucer on his return from the Trojan Wars. There is no clear evidence to support this myth but it is certainly reasonable that Salamis was founded in the first half of the 11 century BC and evidence suggests it was a settlement of urban character. Salamis starts to appear in records historical records towards the end of the 8th century BC.
No holidays in Northern Cyprus is complete without visiting a good castle. There are four to choose from, St Hilarion, Buffavento, Kantara and the Kyrenia harbour castle. The two most visited are the easily accessible castle in Kyrenia and the fairy-tale castle of St Hilarion. Just the view of St Hilarion spiralling up the mountain peak is breathtaking and persuades many that it inspired Walt Disney. Buffavento is difficult to reach and requires at least thirty minutes climbing on foot so it is perhaps the least visited. It is a good challenge and one of the rewards for the effort is spectacular views of the Kyrenia mountain range.
Religious tourism is not something instantly associated with North Cyprus but there are a number of important religious sites that Christians are delighted to visit. There are three sites especially important to the Christian faith, the Monastery of St Barnabas near Salamis, the church of St Andreas at the end of the Karpaz peninsula and the Monastery of St Mamas in Guzelyurt.
The Karpaz peninsula or the panhandle as it is sometimes called after its shape on the map, remains one of the most unspoilt areas in Cyprus. It is a remote corner of the island dominated by a landscape of rolling hills, wheat fields, potatoes, tobacco, fruit trees, olive, carob and wild donkeys but fringed with the most beautiful sandy beaches on the island. There are villages too but none of any great size.