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Car hire Cyprus
Car hire Cyprus

The Mediterranean island of Cyprus has a colourful history and rich cultural diversity. Travellers flock to marvel at ancient monuments and archaeological sites. The glorious sunshine beats down on stunning beaches. The best way to explore Cyprus is by car hire.

The capital city of Nicosia is easily reached by car hire in Cyprus. The old walled city has many ancient shops. The Cyprus Archaeological Museum, the Folk Art Museum and St John's Cathedral are also worth a visit.

Limassol is Cyprus’ second largest town and main port; the surrounding area is best explored by car hire. Visitors can tour vineyards on the inclines of the Troodos Mountains and admire Curium - one of Cyprus’ most revered Roman archaeological sites. Just 11kms outside Limassol, discover the ruins of Amathus, the ancient capital where the Acropolis, Necroplis and Christina basilica remain.

Paphos is a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular tourist resort. It features breathtaking views of the coastline and menus boasting the freshest fish. Other historical sites of interest include the House of Dionysus and various other Roman villas.

In the once-sleepy town of Larnaca, take a leisurely stroll along the seafront to admire luxury yachts docked in the harbour, or stop by one of the cafés or tavernas for a refreshing drink. Archaeological buffs will appreciate Agia Faneromeni Church, Larnaca Fort and the Archaeological District Museum.

Budget Car rental visitors can daytrip to the town of Ammochostos, and Ayia Napa offers sandy beaches and a lively nightlife. The village of Kakopetria is a good base for exploring the surrounding mountains, while the Akamas Peninsula makes up the only remaining virgin coastline.