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Karpas Peninsula 8-Hour Churches & Beaches Trip
  • Tour Category

    Group Tour

  • Tour Types

    Nature, Sun and Sand, History

  • Duration

    8 Hours

  • Language

    English, Turkish

  • Activity Level



Go on an unforgettable 8 hour trip to the Karpas Peninsula, a long, finger-like peninsula, one of the most prominent geographical features of Cyprus Island. Visit the sandy beaches where turtles lay eggs and the lush grasslands that wild donkeys thrive in. Visit churches, monasteries and an olive oil factory in the countryside.

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    • Visit the olive oil factory and see how the mill works.

    • Take a coffee break at Dipkarpaz village.

    • Stop at Ayios Thyrsos Church, built in the 16th-17th century.

    • Visit Karpaz, with its deep bays and sandy beaches. Caretta and Greenhead turtles lay their eggs on these beaches every June. One of the most important species to see here is the wild Cyprus donkey.

    • Drive up to Apostolos Andreas Monastery. 

    • Take a break to take photos, swim and have lunch on the route.

What's Included
  • Transportation in Jeep 'renegade' model

  • Professional guidance

  • A cup of Cypriot coffee

  • A small bottle of water

What's Excluded
  • Personal purchases 

  • Lunch 

Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Tour Reviews
  • Emma

    Shirin hanım is the best tour guide we ever met. She is so honest, so nice, so kind, so sweet and very talkative at the same time! I never had a better tour experience anywhere else in the whole world. I highly recommend her!!!... 


  • Polo

    We have a special tour in October 2015. Sirin is our travel guide. She led us to visit Famagusta, Salamis, Kyrenia and Nicosia. I am very grateful to her for seriously explaining, let us know the history of Northern Cyprus and visited many beautiful places. I saw her enthusiasm for culture and sense of justice. The smile is always on her face. So I told her the event of "An Era of Conscience". After she understands this event which is beneficial to the world, she is also willing to respond. She is a very patient and very nice person. I hope I can meet her again when I visit Northern Cyprus next time.

  • Elisabeth

    I was very fortunate to have been given an introduction to Sirin who  I thank you very much for making my time in North Cyprus interesting and for showing me much of the country including the Karpas Peninsular over two days when I was there in May 2014. Next time I will climb all the way to Buffavento Castle but start in the morning and take a picnic lunch!. The mountains along the north are wonderful with the castles perched on peaks and blending in with the mountain terrain. I enjoyed all thatI saw. The donkeys add interest and a bit of fun. I showed my grandchildren a photo of the small sand castle I built for them on Turtle Beach; almost 8yr old James did not give the mark of approval until he had questioned me on the quality of the sand!. I spent Saturday after-noon in north Nicosia; should have gone over earlier as I missed a couple of museums but was happy with what I had time to see. The buildings of and around the Selima Mosque are wonderful.  In Atthe Buyuik Han I was able to find the linen material used for the Lefkaraembroidery/lace so bought a length. Interesting how north and south Nicosia differ. The more historical and interesting buildings are probably in the northexcept for St John’s Cathedral with is incredible inside.. I stayed inin south Nicosia  and crossed over into the north without any hassel. Sirin was waiting for me on the two days I had engaged her as my guide. Should I visit north Cyprus againg, I hope Sirin is available for guiding .

    North Cyprus has some beautiful scenary as well as interesting antiquities..

Starting From
EUR 300.00 / Group

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