Tourism in Cyprus
Cyprus is an important tourist attraction center for visitors and tourists; it includes many landmarks, and wonderful tourist places, from historical sites, cultural centers, picturesque landscapes, and wonderful gardens, and its climate is moderate, and suitable for the practice of various tourism activities, and statistics indicated in 2003 AD That the total hotel reservations in Cyprus hotels amounted to 46,706 hotel rooms, or about 57% of the total capacity, and that 2,303,246 people visited Cyprus – the vast majority of them from European countries during the same year, and tourism receipts reached about 2.2 billion dollars.
The most important tourist attractions in Cyprus
Cyprus includes many landmarks and wonderful tourist places, and the following are mentioned for their most important:
Kykkos Monastery is located on the top of the Troodos Mountains in Cyprus. It is distinguished by its wonderful architectural design, and it is decorated with many golden, silver, copper, and bronze metal objects. The Monastery Museum contains many holdings of documents and manuscripts that express the history of Christianity.
Nissi Beach is located on the island of Ayia Napa in Cyprus, and it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches of the country, knowing that it extends along a length of 500 m. Walk on the beach, enjoy the wonderful atmosphere, and practice various water activities.
Paphos archaeological site
Pafos Archaeological Site is located in the city of Paphos, Cyprus, an ancient historical site dating back to the fourth century BC, and includes many monuments, and an amazing collection of mosaic paintings.
Tombs of the Kings
Tombs of the Kings is located in Paphos, Cyprus, and it is one of the important archaeological monuments in the country. This archaeological site includes many tombs, and ancient rooms dating back to the Hellenistic and Roman periods, and it is included in the list of sites UNESCO World Heritage.