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Arrival Paphos or Larnaca – Limassol
Limassol – Larnaca – Lefkara – Limassol
Limassol region
Limassol – Paphos region – Limassol
Limassol – Nicosia – Limassol
Limassol – Departure Paphos or Larnaca
Luxurious, Deluxe and Budget options available as per the customers' needs
Attractions Included
Church of Angeloktisti
Hala Sultan Tekke Mosque
Church of St. Lazarus
House of Eustolios
Kolossi Castle
Lambouris Winery
Omodhos village
Rock of Aphrodite
Paphos city
Necropolis of Paphos
House of Dionysus
King's Avenue Mall
Ayia Paraskevi Byzantine Church
St. John's Cathedral
Cyprus Archaeological Museum
Tours Limited Escort for the entire tour
8 Breakfast
7 night accommodation in listed hotels for standard room with 2 queen size beds
2 bottles of water per day per person
All taxes
All airport transfers
  • Day : 1 Arrival Paphos or Larnaca – Limassol

    Upon landing at Paphos or Larnaca Airport, head to the Arrivals hall where you will find a representative waiting for you. You will then be transferred to your hotel, where you can settle in before spending the rest of this first day at your leisure. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 2 Limassol – Larnaca – Lefkara – Limassol

    Have a tasty breakfast at the hotel and start your first adventure! The first stop of the day will be the 11th-century Byzantine church of Angeloktisti - which means ‘built by angels' in Greek - was erected over the ruins of an Early Christian basilica (6th century). We drive to Hala Sultan Tekke Mosque. Afterwards, you will visit the church of St. Lazarus; this magnificent stone edifice was built in the 9th century by the Byzantine emperor Leon the wise and restored in the 17th century. You will then take a leisurely stroll around the fascinating old town of Larnaca and along the famous “Foinikoudes” promenade and have some free time for lunch (not included). Leaving Larnaca you will travel to the picturesque village of Lefkara famous for its “Lefkaritika” lacework and its silverware. The lace-making tradition goes back to the medieval period and legend has it that Leonardo Da Vinci himself visited the village during the Venetian era and bought an altar cloth of the traditional lace, which he donated to Milan cathedral. The village today retains its original architecture and is a maze of winding alleys begging to be explored. You will also see the village women sitting outside their houses and working on their embroidery as their ancestors have done for generations. Return to the hotel in the afternoon. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 3 Limassol Region

    Wake up to a tasty breakfast at your hotel and get ready for a day at leisure. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 4 Limassol

    Enjoy a delightful breakfast at your hotel and drive through Phassouri citrus groves and vineyards, to the ancient city of Kourion, a beautiful and unspoiled spot perched high on a cliff, to enjoy a dazzling view of the ruins and the sea below. Kourion is one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Cyprus. Admire the magnificent fully restored Greco-Roman Theatre, with its half-moon of seats facing out to sea. Explore the House of Eustolios, a private Roman villa, with superb 5th-century mosaic floors. Afterwards, a stop at Kolossi Castle, built in the 13th century. Your guide will tell you how it served both as the Grand Commandery of the Knights of St. John's Order, of Jerusalem, and also of the Knights Templar. The day continues with a visit to Lambouris Winery for a tour and wine tasting. For over 300 years, the Lambouris family's long tradition of winemaking and an unbroken drive for perfection has made Lambouris Wine a household name for exclusive Cypriot wines. The last stop of the day will be one of the most beautiful and picturesque old villages in Cyprus Omodhos village. The tour offers an exploration of the monastery of the Holy Cross. Also, see the winepress “Linos” restored in an old house and visit some of the local houses to feel the date of their birth, stroll through the narrow streets and local shops famous for their vitraux and handmade pieces of traditional stained glass. You can walk in the village square to enjoy the serenity of its surroundings and rest at the coffee shop of the square, to have your refreshments before returning to Limassol. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 5 Limassol

    Enjoy a rich breakfast at the hotel before enjoying a full day at leisure. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 6 Limassol – Paphos Region – Limassol

    Indulge in a delicious breakfast at the hotel. The first sightseeing stop is at Rock of Aphrodite, the symbol of Paphos city. Legend tells us that here, the goddess of Cyprus, Aphrodite, was born from the foam of the sea and was carried by the sea waves on the coasts of Cyprus, to Paphos, which has become the sacred place where Aphrodite was venerated. The route continues to Paphos, for an opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful places on the island. The whole town of Paphos is included in the official UNESCO list of culture and natural treasure of the world heritage. The drive takes us to the north-west to visit the underground Tombs of the Kings, the necropolis (cemetery) of Paphos, dated back to the 3rd century BC, with open peristyle courts surrounded by burial chambers. The tour leads to a visit to the House of Dionysus, to see the famous site of breathtaking mosaics unearthed during the excavation of a Roman nobleman's villa from the third century AD. An extensive complex of buildings fitted with beautiful mosaic floors showing Roman legends and characters, but mostly representing scenes from Greek mythology, is considered to be the finest mosaics in all the Mediterranean. Now there is time for shopping at King's Avenue Mall! The last stop of the day will be to the Geroskipou area to taste Cypriot traditional delights or otherwise "Loukoumia" and visit Ayia Paraskevi Byzantine Church. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 7 Limassol – Nicosia – Limassol

    Have breakfast at the hotel. The first stop of the day will be St. John's Cathedral built in 1662 by Archbishop Nikiforos you will admire the 18th-century frescoes embellishing the walls, depicting colourful biblical scenes. The most significant collection of Cypriot antiquities is housed at the Cyprus Archaeological Museum, built in the classic British style. Its treasures include artefacts dating from Neolithic Age. Ceramics, tomb-monuments, bronze statues, and coins that span 5000 years of the island's history are on display. Perhaps the most famous exhibit is the statue of Aphrodite from Soli, now the symbol of Cyprus. At the completion of your visit, you will proceed to the Green Line checkpoint at Ledra Street from where you will have the opportunity to gaze at the occupied half of Nicosia and the northern territory of Cyprus. You will then proceed through the impressive Venetian Walls, which encircle the old city, via Paphos Gate. In the old town of Nicosia where there is free time for shopping, lunch or browsing in the restored 19th-century neighbourhood called "Laiki Yeitonia", with traditional houses, craft shops, taverns and galleries, all lining the narrow pedestrian streets within the walled city. Overnight in Limassol.
  • Day : 8 Limassol – Departure Paphos or Larnaca

    After one last breakfast at your hotel, bid farewell to Cyprus as you hop onto a comfortable transfer to Paphos or Larnaca International Airport, where you will catch your flight to your following destination. We hope the memories of this trip will stay with you for a lifetime – have a safe journey!


All international airport taxes

International flights & domestic flights

Early check in or late check-out (check in time: after 2 PM, check out time: before noon)

Travel insurance (Please make sure to buy insurance before you travel overseas)

Visa fees

Drink & Beverage in meals

Optional tours

Tips for local guide and van driver

Other services not mentioned above

Tour Notes

Hotel rates are subject to change at the time of booking

Tours Limited reserves the right to make minor modifications to the daily itinerary flow based on weather, traffic, or any other conditions for the convenience of the traveling customers.

Child age 5-11 years. Ages 12 years and above is considered as an adult.

Breakfast at the hotel will be Continental/American buffet breakfast, Packed breakfast option is not available.

No refund for any missed breakfast due to flight timings.

One piece of medium luggage & one small carry on per person is allowed.

Time Wise itinerary must be adhered to maintain the flow of the itinerary. The itinerary and vouchers will be sent by email 48 hours prior to departure.

Porterage, tips, laundry, telephone calls, alcohol/non-alcoholic beverages are not included.

The passengers requiring wheelchair assistance will have to make their own arrangements.

Early check in/Late check out is not guaranteed and is based on hotel's availability.

The passengers might need to provide a Credit Card at the time of check-in towards Incidentals.

No refunds either in part or full will be made for any unused services in above package like ground transportation, meals, accommodation, sightseeing tours

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