Cyprus is the third largest island in the Med. The Anatolian Peninsula is located at the south while Turkey is in the north. Other countries near it are Greece, Egypt, and Lebanon. The best way to explore these areas and take advantage of the sea is to go sailing in Cyprus during your holiday vacation.
You can charter a yacht in St. Raphael Marina in Limassol. There are several nightclubs, shops, and restaurants scattered all over the area. You can also take a look at Hala Sultan Tekke, which is a large mosque worshiped by countless Muslims all over the world. Moreover, go biking in either Troodos or Ayia Napa. If you wish to add scuba diving to your list of activities, you can ride a ferry to Zenobia.
Paphos can offer you several alternatives for sailing in Cyprus. For one, you can take a look at Petra tou Romiou, or Aphrodite’s Rock, considered being the birthplace of the godess Aphrodite. While anchoring your yacht in the harbor, you can explore the ruins of Saranta Kolones. There are also many very nice beach resorts such as the Latchi Beach. The Byzantine Museum gives you an overview of the culture and life of the inhabitants of Cyprus since 12th to 20th century. For nature lovers, Akamas Peninsula is a good pick. It has countless unspoiled areas, such as the sandy bays. The mountains are made up of deep gorges and vast expanse of landscapes. Sailing in Cyprus will be even more worthy if you stay in the villas of Pomos. This is a nice village located near the sea and at the foot of Troodos. There are plenty of bars and shops found all over the area, as well as grocery stores. You can also easily explore the mountains of Paphos anytime.