Car rental Cyprus
Cyprus: part of theEuropean Union?
Cyprus is an island in the Mediterranean Sea and geographically belongs to the Asian continent. For political and cultural reasons, Cyprus is often considered part of Europe. It's joined the European Union in 2004. Since 1983 the northern part of the island, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, is recognized only by Turkey
Relax at one of the beautiful beaches or resorts Paphos has to offer
Paphos is the capital of the western region of Cyprus. It is the most popular tourist destination in the country, and tourism plays an important role of the city's income. Paphos boasts gorgeous beaches and amazing resorts in the Troodos Mountains. There is also an international airport, where you can pick up the rental car and head off to the holiday resorts. If you want to rent a car in Cyprus, compare car rental in Cyprus at holidaycars.com and make an early booking at cheaper prices.
Take a breath taking drive when you rent a car at Troodos
The mountain range covers much of the west and the center of the island. A visit to the famous Kykkos monastery is a must. You can take a scenic drive along the mountain roads and go hiking in the forests. In high summer you can cool off in the mountains. The mountain is wooded with a great diversity of vegetation. Car rental in Cyprus is a highly recommended to explore the island to the fullest.
Aphrodite's Rock is a rock on the coast of Cyprus near Paphos. According to legend was Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty, born in the sea waves by this rock. The rock is located about 25 kilometers east of Paphos. When driving along the coast of Limassol to Papho, you will capture the sight of the rock in the sea.
It is the country's second largest city, located on Akrotiri Bay. From here you can easily reach other cities by car hire in Cyprus, including the capital Nicosia, Larnaca and Paphos. There are no trains, so if you want to travel conveniently making use of car rental in Cyprus is quite essential to your trip.
The southern part of Cyprus belongs to Greek
Cyprus and the northern part is Turkish Cyprus. The border runs through the city. On 3 April 2008, Ledra Street in Nicosia's center reopened to the public after 34 years. It is the first passage between Greek and Turkish Cyprus in the city of Nicosia. When travelling by car rental in Cyprus, you can explore the city at your own leisure.