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"Off the beaten track in northern Cyprus" article image
Off the beaten track in northern Cyprus
Northern Cyprus is as off the beaten track as it gets in the Med. This sunny slice of land receives only a fraction of the visitors who descend on the southern coast’s resorts every summer. And yet – as I would quickly learn during my whistle-stop tour – it’s well worth making the trip across the Green Line.
"Tracing history across Nicosia’s Green Line" article image
Tracing history across Nicosia’s Green Line
Attempt to fully explore the old town’s alleyway wriggle, or trace the line of its snowflake-shaped ramparts, and you’ll run into one major problem. Narrow lanes abruptly dead-end in cement bunkers and oil-barrel barricades, and a no man’s land of abandoned buildings lies beyond barbed-wire fencing.
"Sun, sand and centuries of history in Pafos" article image
Sun, sand and centuries of history in Pafos
The majority of travellers to Pafos today are lured by sea, sand and sun, and Cyprus certainly gets a lot of sun – 326 sparkling, sunshiny days per year, on average. But on this island you can’t walk more than a few paces in any direction without tripping over an ancient ruin or real-life setting for a Hellenic myth. And Pafos is no Agia Napa or Protaras – this is a proper Mediterranean city, down to the veg-stacked grocers’ shops and courtyards full of potted geraniums.
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