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Nicosia (Lefkoşa)

Nicosia, or Lefkoşa in Turkish, stands as the vibrant capital of Northern Cyprus. Nestled in the heart of the island, the city is a testament to the division of cultures. It’s split in two, with one half belonging to Turkish Cypriots and the other to Greek Cypriots.

Upon arriving in Lefkoşa, you can’t help but sense the echoes of time all around you. While many institutions and organizations have undertaken renovations and modernizations within their buildings, the exteriors remain largely untouched. The most captivating sites for tourists keen on delving into the capital’s cultural legacy are situated in its central district.

Simultaneously, Nicosia is a city where modernity seamlessly blends with history. It offers all the amenities and services that contemporary society has come to expect.

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Kyrenia (Girne)

Kyrenia (known as Girne in Turkish) This is a renowned historical city of Cyprus, a paradise for holidaymakers. Golden sandy beaches and azure waters, along with welcoming locals, define this city’s appeal, making it a favored destination among tourists.

Kyrenia is situated at the foot of the mountains bearing the same name, right by the sea. The coastal vistas here are exceptionally stunning. The mild Mediterranean climate ensures relatively warm winters and scorching summers.

The success of tourism, attracting travelers from various parts of the world, along with numerous attractions, splendid hotels, and restaurants, has brought about significant changes in the economy. What was once a small town, Kyrenia, has evolved into a renowned resort on the Mediterranean Sea.

Alsancak

This is a city of interest for both vacationers and those who have decided to make Cyprus their permanent home. It is located 10 kilometers west of the center of Kyrenia.

Alsancak is renowned for its traditional Cypriot atmosphere, breathtaking landscapes, views of mountains and sea, beautiful villas and apartments, popular beaches, restaurants, and shops in Northern Cyprus.

The infrastructure here is well developed, and the area has all the potential to become one of the most sought-after investment destinations in Northern Cyprus. Alsancak attracts buyers with affordable prices, offering a wide range of real estate options, from premium-class housing to mid-range apartments and budget-friendly choices.

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Famagusta (Gazimağusa )

Famagusta, known as Gazimağusa in Turkish, holds the distinction of being the largest city in Northern Cyprus, boasting a history that stretches back over two millennia. In bygone eras, Famagusta served as the residence of the legendary Richard the Lionheart. Today, it has evolved into a bustling tourist epicenter, drawing in travelers from across the globe. And this acclaim is well-deserved; a comprehensive exploration of the island would be incomplete without a sojourn in Famagusta.

This Mediterranean coastal city is steeped in a rich tapestry of history, enchanting visitors with its time-honored architectural gems, making it one of Cyprus’s prime destinations for exploration.

Famagusta also beckons with its stunning sandy beaches, a veritable haven for sea enthusiasts and aficionados of water sports.

Esentepe

If you’re seeking an idyllic place for both living and leisure on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Esentepe should be at the top of your list. This enchanting locale offers a feast for the senses with its mesmerizing panoramic views, soft sandy beaches, and the pristine, crystal-clear waters of the sea.

The sight that unfolds before you is nothing short of unforgettable – the glistening, unspoiled Mediterranean waters and the alluring beaches. Esentepe is a haven for those in pursuit of a tranquil and comfortable getaway.

Real estate in the immediate vicinity of the Korineum Golf & Beach Resort is highly sought after, and for good reason. And not to be overlooked is the Alagadi Turtle Beach, a gem among beaches, known for its cleanliness and expansiveness, making it one of the region’s finest and most accessible free beaches.

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Tatlisu

Tatlısu (which translates from Turkish as “sweet water”) is nestled at the base of the Besparmak Mountains, covering both mountainous and coastal terrain.

This charming village is renowned for its stunning coves, some of the most beautiful in all of Northern Cyprus. The beaches in Tatlısu are predominantly pebbly and rocky, although there are also sandy stretches to enjoy, such as Kaplica Beach, just a short 10-15 minute drive away.

Tatlısu is a perfect haven for those who seek a peaceful retreat and a close communion with nature. Its awe-inspiring landscapes have a way of captivating everyone, and history enthusiasts will find an abundance of attractions to satiate their thirst for new adventures.

Bogaz

Bogaz – a charming coastal village just a few kilometers north of Iskele, offers a captivating view of the sea bay, where tourist boats frequently arrive. It’s the perfect place for those looking to experience the authentic way of life in Northern Cyprus.

Bogaz is often hailed as a fishing town, known for its bustling harbor lined with a plethora of seafood restaurants. You can visit the local market to acquire fresh fish and seafood, and then have them expertly prepared by the chefs in the nearby restaurants.

The Bogaz coastline is witnessing ongoing development, with a range of real estate options available, including both new and established properties such as apartments, villas, townhouses, and condominiums. All of these complexes come with well-established infrastructure.

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