Denizkizi Royal Hotel

P.K. 230 Alsancak, Alsancak - Karavas, Kyrenia District, Cyprus | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.K. 230 Alsancak, Alsancak - Karavas, is near Adonis Nature Trail and J&N Vacances a Chypre LTD.
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Travel Blogs from Alsancak - Karavas


A travel blog entry by heffernans on Jul 17, 2014

4 comments, 203 photos

... travellers, from the.....well you get our drift no doubt. We were treated to a display of "welcome to our country" with an enthusiasm and genuineness that is rarely seen today - hats off to you yanks, we love you.

We adore the parts we've seen. The National Parks and Reserves are so so beautiful and incredibly well maintained. The immense variety of landscapes and the ever-changing scenery a joy to behold. The ...

"Laiki Yitonia" Nicosia

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Mar 21, 2014

15 photos

"Laiki Geitonia"

Inside the City Walls of Nicosia

The Traditional Neighbourhood of Nicosia is a popular pedestrian touristy area with narrow winding streets combining residential houses with craft shops and tavernas.

A favourite stroll for tourists for shopping –mostly Cypriot souvenirs and ...

The Fontana Restaurant - Cyprus Hilton

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Oct 09, 2013

26 photos


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BUFFET LUNCH/DINNER: There is such a variety of everything that you cannot try it all. Quality is excellent, the service top, and tastes are yummy. If in the meantime you really love to eat, don't bother get to a restaurant outside the Hilton because with much less you will realize that you are ...

Before I die

A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Jun 12, 2013

4 photos

Xé menino, quando eu morrer,
quero ver Chipre viver em paz!
(after Waldemar Bastos)

At a corner of the Turkish section of Nicosia I stumble upon a small niche in the scorched wall. It is just past three in the afternoon, and the streets are empty. Actually. half of the old, walled city looks a bit deserted most of the day; both on the Turkish and Greek side of the demilitarized zone. But there are quite a few ...

Arrival at a new city

A travel blog entry by abe1701 on May 11, 2013

... the diminishing twilight to illuminate my page as I sit at the pine desk. The sounds of domestic life echo from the courtyard of the block of flats outside the open window at my left shoulder. The sounds of children singing and playing, pots and kitchenware clattering in the preparation of meals, and men returning home trying to discuss the political and economic matters of the day over the sporadic barking of dogs.