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The Old Town of Famagusta

Deserted sandy beaches, fascinating and numerous historical sites, and top class hotels is what Famagusta has to offer. The immense historical remains of Famagusta, Salamis, Ekonomi, and St Barnabas Monastry, reflects the wealth and importance that this area once held in this part of the Eastern Mediterrean. The old town of Famagusta is surrounded by huge , ancient walls and is packed full of remains of ancient churches, Venetian Palaces, and ancinet market stalls. Now home to patisseries, art and craft shops, cafes and local clothes shops. Add to this historical atmosphere, the eerie sight of the Greek ghost town Verosha, and the serene and beautiful fishing village called Bogaz, and we are sure you will agree with us that Famagusta is a perfect holiday destination.

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Famagusta Walled City

The walled city of Famagusta has been Turkish ever since the Ottoman conquest of 1571, and...

St. Barnabas Monastery

Barnabas is the patron saint of Cyprus and this church dedicated to him dates from 1756. I...

Enkomi

The foundations of Enkomi, which are all that remain of this Bronze Age city are found adj...

The Royal Tombs

This great Salamis burial site is divided into two parts but even so has never been fully ...