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Tours to Cyprus

Discover the rich history, diverse landscapes and delicious food on the stunning island of Cyprus. With a year-round climate perfect for walking and hiking, Cyprus has plenty on offer to explore.
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Join a small group tour to discover Cyprus, a picturesque island set in the Mediterranean Sea just south of Turkey. Verdant mountains, unspoilt rugged coastlines and ancient monuments are only a few of the highlights.

Follow your expert local tour leader on our Cyprus walking adventure to explore the forested valleys of the Troodos Mountains and seek a variety of endemic birdlife along the remote Akamas Peninsula. Lose yourself in a maze of quaint cobblestone streets in the old-town of Lefkosia and watch local life unfold as you tuck into deliciously fresh pittas and olives in an alfresco cafe. 

Cyprus is an all-year-round destination with long dry summers and mild winters; enjoy views of colourful wildflower meadows in spring and herds of mouflon sheep in autumn. 

Our Cyprus tours

Cyprus Walking and Trekking Trip code CY
8 Days From US$1100 without flights

What to expect from the adventure travel experts

There's a reason why 96% of customers say they would book an adventure holiday with us again.
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Unforgettable experiences

From big wows to hidden gems, our tours leave you feeling that you've really explored.

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Expert local guides

Chosen for great knowledge of their country, and a passion to make your trip extraordinary.

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Small groups & private trips

Group tours average just 12 people & various private trip options are available too.

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Highlights of Cyprus

Troodos Mountains
The Troodos Mountain Range is the largest in Cyprus. Set at the heart of the island, its lush forested hillsides are home to traditional mountain villages, Byzantine monasteries and hilltop churches. Fill your lungs with fresh mountain air and soak up the aromatic scent of pine trees as you descend along winding tracks to Pedoulas village. Visit in the spring to see patches of colourful wildflowers and blossoming cherry orchards amongst endless views of verdant valleys. Or head to Platy Valley in autumn to catch sight of budding crocus flowers and herds of mouflon sheep. 

Akamas Peninsula
The remote coastal region of Akamas Peninsula is a protected wilderness where nature has been largely untouched. This unspoilt part of the island is a walkers' paradise; sweeping views of dense woodland sprawl towards the craggy coastline and turquoise blue seas lap the golden shores. Make sure to take your binoculars as a wide variety of bird species can be spotted here; keep a look out for the lemon-yellow feathers of the Black-headed Bunting and the large silhouettes of Bonelli's eagle soaring the skies above. 

Lefkosia (Nicosia)
Join a guided walk through Lefkosia (Nicosia), Cyprus' capital for more than 1000 years, to uncover an old city enclosed by 16th-century Venetian walls. Weave your way through winding alleyways lined with medieval buildings and ancient churches, and explore shops and galleries with goods spilling out into Laiki Yitonia's narrow cobblestone streets. Alfresco restaurants and cafes entice you in to sample traditional Cypriot food - try some delicious fried halloumi cheese or pitta bread stuffed with grilled meats and salad as you watch the world go by.

Byzantine Churches
A trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Byzantine churches of the Solea Valley is a highlight not to miss when travelling in Cyprus. Visit the 12th-century church of the Virgin Mary of Asinou, also known as Phorviotissa, to view some of the finest examples of Byzantine mural paintings. Vibrant frescoes depict Christian fables, including the harrowing scene of the Forty Martyrs of Saint Sebaste, and inscriptions date the earliest frescoes as far back as 1106AD. 

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