Wonderfully located 30 miles south of Turkey, as the third largest island in the Mediterranean, Cyprus has become a popular destination, inviting thousands of tourists each year to spend their vacations on the island. Monarch has recently launched a special Flights to Cyprus page for travelers who want to fly to Cyprus without breaking the bank. Deals start at as little as £49 for flights from Birmingham to Paphos.
Boasting a sunny pleasant climate, a rich history and an attractive fusion of cultures, Cyprus stands out mainly for its magnificent Greek temples, lovely Roman mosaics and the 15th century frescoes.
With a high season covering the month of July and August, Cyprus seems to be a perfect destination during May and June, especially for travelers who want to avoid the crowds or the excessive heat. Moreover, tourists visiting the Island of Aphrodite during this period have the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque scenery of colorful wildflowers here as well as the benefit of some big savings by finding great holiday deals or by booking their flights to Cyprus from Monarch right away.
For a memorable experience, the beautiful destination comes with a great array of resorts, one for any kind of traveler. For example, the animated resort town of Larnaca nearby Cyprus’s main airport is one of the best choices for family holidays. Featuring a wonderful setting sprinkled with palm trees and Greek taverns, the resort provides a delightful traditional experience as well as various festivals and family activities. During the festival of Kataklysmos, locals gather at the seafront celebrating with sports, singing, dancing and merriment.
On the other hand, party seekers visiting Cyprus have the opportunity to choose from a large variety of resorts. One of them is Ayia Napa, a cosmopolitan resort located on the eastern part of Cyprus. Famous for its sandy beaches, bargain shopping and for the wide range of water sports available here, the lively destination has already become one of the island’s most fashionable addresses thanks to its reputation of European “party capital” alongside Ibiza, Mykonos and Rimini.