The cool Troodos Mountains offers the perfect escape from the sizzling summer sun. This small group tour takes you right to the heart of the action. You'll visit four wineries for tastings, sampling the celebrated local commandaria sweet wine. Plus, there's a stop in Omodos, one of the prettiest villages in Cyprus. Here, you'll visit an old wine press and monastery, and feast on a meze lunch.
It doesn't get much cooler than the Troodos Mountains in a Cypriot summer. This small group tour takes you right to the heart of the action. You'll visit two wineries for tastings. Plus, there's an open-air picnic in a scenic mountain location as well as a stop in Agros, famed for its stone churches. Here, you'll visit a family-owned factory, which makes products from rose petals.
This exclusive Robinson Club catamaran cruise has all the bases covered – transport, sunbathing, swimming, drinks and lunch served with a side order of Cyprus's most impressive coastal scenes. You'll sail from the Old Port in Limassol towards the most southerly point on the island for some much-deserved relaxation time.Whisked directly to the Old Port in Limassol, hop aboard the boat and grab yourself the best spot for stretching out on deck or on the nets and topping up your tan. Your captain and crew will steer the way south, towards Cape Gata, so that you'll not need to lift a finger all day. What's more, there'll be a welcome drink you can sip away at as you admire the ever-changing landscape.And once the heat gets too much, there'll be a stop for swimming, snorkelling or just taking a dip to cool off. It's all completed with some lunch on deck after swimming at Akrotiri Cape Gata before you begin the return leg of the journey.
With its working fishing port and Turkish old quarter, Larnaca is a cultural cauldron that cooks up a great food tour. Savour its delights with this small group walking tour which boasts five tasty stops. Best of all, you'll get to satisfy your taste buds and get the lowdown on the city's top cultural attractions from your insider local guide.
A trip to the north of the island is a great way to learn about the turbulent history of Cyprus. Explore the walled old town of Famagusta and admire one of the most dramatic ensembles of medieval architecture in the eastern Mediterranean. And not far from Famagusta is Salamis, one of the largest and most significant archaeological excavation sites in Cyprus. The harbour town of Kyrenia invites you to linger a little longer. You'll take a guided tour of the castle and visit the shipwreck museum, before enjoying some free time. Next up is a visit to the ruins of the Gothic Bellapais Abbey.
The coolest place to be in Cyprus is in the Troodos Mountains. And this small group tour takes your visit to the next level with visits to an award-wining boutique winery and a traditional village. First up is the winery, here you'll enjoy a tour of the facilities before rounding off with a tasting session. Next, there's a guided tour of a highland village with a snack and coffee in a typical café.
As the last divided capital in the world, Nicosia is a fascinating city to explore. This tour takes you around the Cypriot southern sector. Your first stop is the St John's Cathedral built in the Franco-Byzantine style, unique to Cyprus. Next up is a walking tour within the Venetian city walls. There's also a visit to the Leventis Museum to enjoy.
Sample the Cypriot lifestyle with this evening experience. In the countryside surrounds of a donkey sanctuary, you'll get hands-on in halloumi-making and bread baking and tuck into the tasty results. Then, when the sun sets, you'll dine on a feast of local dishes with free-flowing drinks, followed by live music and Greek dancing under the stars.
Visit Nicosia from Robinson Club Cyprus with this handy shuttle service. This five-hour round-trip, including travel time, allows you to visit shops and explore the country's capital during your holiday in Cyprus. You'll have three hours to check out sights such as Ledra Street, Laiki Geitonia, St John's Cathedral and the Leventis Municipal Museum, to name but a few.
There's no better time to learn to scuba dive than during your holiday. And there are few better places to do so than Cyprus. Join qualified instructors on a course tailored for beginners and learn the basic skills to explore the underwater world.But if you're already a qualified diver, then you can choose to explore any of the following thrilling sites – Akrotiri, Cape Greko, two shipwrecks off Limassol and the Zenobia shipwreck.