Warm sunshine, stunning sandy coves, and friendly tavernas await on your Cyprus holiday, making this island a classic beach holiday destination. Whether you want to let your hair down and party 24/7, simply want to chill out and relax in a luxurious resort to enjoy some me-time, or are looking forward to splashing in a warm sea with the children, you’ll find something for everyone on this sunshine island in the Med.
What is the currency in Cyprus?
The currency used in Cyprus is the Euro (€).
How long does it take to fly to Cyprus?
Approximately 4-5 hours
What is the time difference?
Cyprus is 2 hours ahead of GMT/UK time.
When is the best time to visit Cyprus?
Summertime highs of 30°C and plenty of sunshine makes this the perfect time to head to the beach. In spring and autumn, temperatures average between the mid-teens to high 20s, offering more comfortable conditions for exploring all the historic sights. Although the winter months tend to be wetter than the rest of the year, the temperatures still rarely drop below 13°C.
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24/7 Emergency Hotline
Once you are on holiday you will get a contact number for emergency calls which is open 24/7
Monday to Saturday 9:30am till 5:00pm
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