Archaeological Site in The Northwest

Ancient Vouni

The ruins may be sparse but the views here are truly glorious and well worth the trip. On a superb hilltop location this ancient site originally housed a palace and extensive building complex dating back to the 4th …
Archaeological Site in The Northwest

Ancient Soloi

One of Cyprus’ ancient city kingdoms, Soloi was originally referred to as Si-il-lu, on an Assyrian tribute list that dates from 700 BC.The site consists of two main parts: the basilica near the entrance to the site,…
Church in Morfou (Güzelyurt)

Agios Mamas Orthodox Church

Dedicated to the island’s beloved tax-repelling patron saint, this church was formerly the site of a pagan temple. Before 1974, the faithful used to visit the ancient marble tomb of Saint Mamas here, from which a my…
Museum in Morfou (Güzelyurt)

Archaeological & Natural History Museum

Next door to the Agios Mamas Orthodox Church, this little museum’s upper floor displays some extraordinary finds from the archaeological sites of Soli and Toumba tou Skourou as well as an exceptionally beautiful Art…
Beach in The Northwest

Yedidalga Beach

This pebbled public beach with stretches of imported sand has a wooden pier for diving and swimming, a small bar and restaurant, a changing room and toilet facilities. It is well signposted and easily found.
Beach in The Northwest

Asmalı Beach

Asmalı Beach is slap in front of the border village of Yeşilirmak (Limnitis). It’s a clean pebbled beach, with a few restaurants surrounding it, catering to those who travel this far.