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Cyprus Holidays


Cyprus is a melting pot of cultures and the crossroads between the Aegean and the Middle East. Across the island visitors will discover sites of historical and archaeological importance including Byzantine churches, Neolithic dwellings and sleepy villages. In 1980, the Sanctuary of Aphrodite in Kouklia and Kato Paphos were inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Since this date, a number of other sites across the island have been added to the list. UNESCO World Heritage Sites on Cyprus fall into three distinct categories: Paphos, Painted churches in the Troodos Region and Choirokoitia.

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Even for those of our clients who have been to Cyprus many times there are always excursions that will add to the appreciation of what the island has to offer.

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The TSADA GOLF CLUB, the island’s first golf club lies 15 minutes drive from Paphos in the gentle hills above the town close to Tsadha village. The course, designed by leading architect Donald Steel, is arranged in two loops of 9 to make the most of the natural surroundings.

Phytos Inn

Cyprus is a magnet to large numbers of migrating birds on their journeys between three continents. Sunvil Holidays are pleased to offer clients the opportunity to enjoy this fascinating spectacle by arranging excursions with local guides on request.

Diving in the Akamas

The coastline off the Akamas is widely regarded as the most exciting diving area on the island, with sites like St. George’s Island, The Blue Lagoon, Aphrodite’s Reef and the Garden of Eden.

Traditional viticultural techinques

The area, known as the “Krassochoria” (the Wine Villages) is located north of Limassol on the southern slopes of the Troodos mountain range. Traditional forms of viticulture are still kept alive in these villages. Wine production is still the main occupation for most of the inhabitants. Villages in the area house various local wine museums which are well worth a visit. This is the area which produces the island’s renowned dry red wine. The area is best reached from the Limassol to Paphos road, turning right after Erimi village.

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