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When: The best time to travel is July and August when the sun is at its hottest and the clubs are at their busiest. May and September are the quieter months to travel in to avoid being trampled on, and you know you’ll be able to secure a sunbed at the beach for that all important tanning.
Where: For exciting nights out and the opportunity to dance your socks off, head to Ayia Napa, the party resort of the island. If you’re looking for a low key holiday, stay in Limassol for the Cypriot culture and Nissi Beach for relaxation.
Why: Wanting to feel like you’re a million miles away from home? Escape to Cyprus where you can feel the heat on your skin, the sand in your toes and the music in your ears.
When: Anytime between May and September is the best time to travel. Drench yourself in the hot sun or party the night away in the superb nightclubs.
Where: Do you really need to ask? If you’re looking for nightclubs and entertainment, stay in Ayia Napa, or for relaxation and beaches, head to Nissi Beach.
Why: Relaxed days on the beach and wild nights partying in the nightclubs, Cyprus has it all for both large and small groups of friends. Reminisce nights out at home by partying bigger and better in Cyprus.
When: Get that all over tan in the height of the summer months, but be aware of the crowds of tourists that may get in your way. Alternatively, simply enjoy a romantic break in May or September when the crowds are quieter and the romance is hotter.
Where: Holiday in style with no expense spared – you deserve it right? Stay in the luxury Hotel Le Meridien Limassol Spa offering heaven at your fingertips – we’ll bet you won’t want to leave!
Why: Because Cyprus is the home of love! Legend has it that the Greek goddess of love Aphrodite was born from the waves on the beach ... so you can be sure that romance is in the air. N’awww.
When: With eight months of warm sun every year, you can holiday when you see fit! July and August are the hottest months, but find the beaches crammed, whereas May, June and September are slightly cooler, and allows that little extra room for the little ones to build sandcastles.
Where: Paphos Bird Park, Nicosa’s Motorcycle Museum and Aphrodite Water Park are to name a few places that you must visit; they’ll bring out the youth in everyone ... and you can’t say no to that!
Why: With so much to offer families, the kids won’t know where to start. Water parks, beaches and fun-filled activities will leave the children feeling like Cyprus was made to be their very own playground.