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Chypre un amalgame d’expériences

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Découvrez une ile riche en histoire et en culture, et pleine d’expériences merveilleuses qui ne demandent qu’à être vécues. Si vous prévoyez de vous rendre à Chypre, tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour préparer un séjour parfait se trouve ici sur le site officiel du Tourisme de Chypre: Informations, idées intéressantes et brochures téléchargeables.

Expériences
Uniques

En toute saison Chypre offre de multiples opportunités de découvrir quelque chose de nouveau, intéressant et excitant au travers des activités, évènements, traditions et lieux uniques et typique de l’ile.

 

En toute saison Chypre offre de multiples opportunités de découvrir quelque chose de nouveau, intéressant et excitant au travers des activités, évènements, traditions et lieux uniques et typique de l’ile.

 
 

En toute saison Chypre offre de multiples opportunités de découvrir quelque chose de nouveau, intéressant et excitant au travers des activités, évènements, traditions et lieux uniques et typique de l’ile.

 
 

En toute saison Chypre offre de multiples opportunités de découvrir quelque chose de nouveau, intéressant et excitant au travers des activités, évènements, traditions et lieux uniques et typique de l’ile.

 
 

En toute saison Chypre offre de multiples opportunités de découvrir quelque chose de nouveau, intéressant et excitant au travers des activités, évènements, traditions et lieux uniques et typique de l’ile.

 

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forts de l’ile, ses attractions sa beauté naturelle, ses activités
et les évènements qu’elle propose

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Prochains Evènements

Il se passe tellement de choses sur l’ile, que vous trouverez toujours quelque chose qui vous intéressera. Découvrez les évènements en cours et à venir, qu’ils soient culturels, musicaux ou sociaux et trouvez les informations, photos et vidéos les concernant.

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Cartes
de Chypre

Explore the Regions and Cities of Cyprus and find cycling routes, beaches, harbors, museums, cultural routes, wine routes, monuments and many more.

Kalopanagiotis




Kalopanagiotis is a beautiful village located in the Troodos mountain range in the valley of Marathasa, which administratively belongs to Nicosia District.  It is one of the most beautiful mountain resorts in Cyprus, which features thermal springs, stone-built traditional houses, a lovely old neighbourhood with cobbled streets and uninterrupted panoramic view of Marathasa Valley.  It is ideal for agrοtourism as it is nestled in a peacefully green landscape.
 
The Monastery of Agios Ioannis Lampadistis, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, is a real jewel of great historical importance, since it houses three Byzantine churches under one roof, which have extremely well-preserved frescoes dating from the 9th to the 15th century.
 
The charm of Kalopanagiotis spreads all around it as it is surrounded by chapels, small museums and nature trails.  The warm hospitality of its inhabitants welcomes every visitor with cordiality and a smile. Find out more at https://kalopanayiotis.com.cy/

 

Steni




The village of Steni is located in the northwestern part of Cyprus, five kilometres from the clear blue sea of the Gulf of Chrysochous. Its mild climate makes it ideal for year-round getaways, as there are several agrotourism accommodations in the village.  
 
The fertile soil of the area produces an abundance of fruits and vegetables, while beautiful, colourful flowers and plants bloom all year round. The inhabitants of Steni were and still are engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry, which is honoured as a tradition in the village at the Museum of Rural Life.
 
The view from the eastern hill of the village towards Polis Chrysochous Bay and Pafos Forest is truly magnificent. In the wider area of the village, and specifically near the monastery of Chrysolakourna, there is an archaeological site which suggests that the area was inhabited since ancient times, as several tombs dating to the Hellenistic period have been found.  Find out more at http://steni.org.cy/



 

Vouni



Vouni is a picturesque village ofthe Lemesos district, with cobbled streets, traditional houses with wooden doors and courtyards. Its rich architectural heritage, its abundant natural beauty and its long-standing wine tradition, attracts locals and foreigners alike to this special village. Its highest peaks reach 1153 metres at Moutti of Afami, while the riverbeds of the Hapotami and KryosPotamos rivers encirclethe village.
 
A wine-growing village par excellence, it is classified in the category of vineyards whose vineyards cover more than 40% of the total area of the village. The very large number of small and large wine presses scattered in the courtyards of the houses is a representative example of the large quantity of wine produced in the village. The oenologicalcentre, the Venetian and Ottoman water storageand the local museums contribute to the beauty of the surrounding area and showcase the village’slong history. Find out more at https://www.vouni.org


 
 

Arsos




The picturesque and beautiful village of Arsoς is one of the largest wine villages in Cyprus. It is surrounded by many wineries, making it an ideal destination for wine tours. It is located on a stunning slope between Lemesos and Pafos,theMount of Laona at an altitude of 1,092 meters, with unobstructed views of the Diarizos River valley and even the sea of Pafos.  Its wonderful cool and dry climate attracts visitors throughout the year to its beautiful narrow streets.  The traditional stone-built houses with their tiled roofs reveal the village's architecture.
 
The hospitality of the village's residents, the cleanliness of the houses and streets, the picturesque courtyards and colourful flowers, the local museums, the historic churches, and the abundant natural beauty surrounding it all complement and complete the authentic character of the village. Find out more at http://www.arsos.org/.


 
 
 

Kritou Terra




In an idyllic, verdant landscape, embraced by tall mountain peaks, stands Kritou Terra.  To the north, it overlooks Chrysochou Bay, while to the east, it neighbors Ano and Kato Akourdalia. To the south, it is surrounded by the villages of Kathikas, Arodes, and Drouseia, and to the north, by the villages of Terra, Choli, and Skouli.  The mild climate of the area, cool in the summer months and gentle in the winter, along with the simplicity and hospitable nature of its inhabitants, are just a few of the charismas of this wonderful village.
 
The pristine natural beauty surrounding the village creates many opportunities for exploration along nature trails, with hidden waterfalls, small lakes, enchanting green corners, as well as the long-standing historical monuments that adorn the community.  They are of incomparable significance and beauty. Find out more at https://www.kritouterra.org/.
 
 
 

Lania




Lania is a wonderful, colourful, and highly artistic and creative village nestled in the hills of the Troodos Mountains in Lemesos.  Its narrow, cobblestone streets and beautiful traditional houses, with their stone facades, proudly stand adorned with flowers, bougainvilleas, and jasmine.  The village's long-standing historical significance and its winemaking tradition are evident in the restored linen, the countless wine jars that embellish the courtyards and streets, the church, and the small, beautiful museums.
 
Many foreigners and locals now make up the village's population.  Some fell in love with the region's history, others with the beauty of the landscape, where streams of the Kouri River flow and the village enjoys a rejuvenating climate.  Above all, the people are warm-hearted, simple, hospitable, and cheerful.  Artists, craftsmen, restaurateurs, and retirees are eager to guide you around their village and share their stories. Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009150142544.