Trips in Cyprus can take you to the island nation of Nicosia. The capital city of Nicosia is located on the northern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. To get there, you can take a ferry from any part of Piraeus, Greece or with a small boat or by automobile to the port of Piraeus. The journey takes about three hours.
From Piraeus, you can travel to Larnaca which is approximately forty-five kilometers southwest of Nicosia. You can also go to the island of Corfu. Larnaca is another significant seaport and destination for those traveling to Cyprus. It is approximately fifty kilometers away from the capital city of Nicosia. There are direct flights to Larnaca. You can call the Cyprus car rental company you have hired to book your travel.
From Larnaca, you can travel to the village located on the north coast of Cyprus. This is the second largest populated area in Cyprus after the capital city of Nicosia. The village is approximately fifteen kilometers from the nearest point of land. You will need a minibus or taxi to reach this destination. If you rent a car, you can go directly to the paphos or letter (clinic) and hospital for treatment.
In accordance with the location, you need to know the direction of the village located on the northern coast of Cyprus. This can be done with the help of the Cyprus geometry. You can use the Cyprus geography stubs to find the correct directions. In most maps, the right way is across the river Kea Vissi to Paphos, then taking a left turn to reach the village located on the south side of the harbor of the Nicosia district. There is also another road that goes towards Mount Troodos which is used by many tourists to reach the location of the village located on the northern coast.
The village of Psokik from the northern Cyprus coast offers a beautiful view of the coastline as well as the surrounding mountains. When you are there, do not miss out on exploring the old town located on the coast. For those who are interested in archeology and the ancient Cypriot culture, you will be pleased to know that the museum of Psokik houses numerous artifacts related to the bronze age troullia and polis. Among the notable items found within the museum are the bust of Hippocrates, a colossal bust of the god Zeus, several dedications of temples to various gods and also the remains of the hippo animal – the tourette.
A trip to Politiki can also include a trip to Isaion, situated on the southern side of the island. Isaion is renowned for its rich history and is an important point of the Troodos Peninsula. It is believed that the region was named after the legendary hero, Hector. There are many historical and cultural tours available on the peninsula; some of these include the mini trip to Politiko and the adjacent islands as well as the archeological digs carried out in order to discover the history of the area.