Palm Beach Hotel

Address: Famagusta, Cyprus | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located in Famagusta.
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Travel Blogs from Famagusta

Snooze Sunday

A travel blog entry by johnmiddleton on Apr 12, 2015

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... made yesterday. Got all the spare bedding out and hung on the line to give it an airing, swept the patio down and checked the garden pots. Think thats enough for now - coffee time.

Rest of the morning on the balcony just reading and listening to the radio and looking forward to lunch of pita bread, fetta cheese, tomato and dips with a small glass of wine. Skyped ...

Cyprus: Summer 2014

A travel blog entry by n.saadi13 on Jul 19, 2014

10 photos

... for those with children, as the sea is extremely shallow- you can walk meters into the sea, and it will still be up to your knee. There is also a restaurant here. • Salamis Yolu: This is useful if you want to do some clothes shopping, as there are barely any shopping centres in Famagusta, so you'll find all the main Turkish high street brands in Salamis Yolu. • Ghost Town: In Ghost town, you can see modern ruins left by ...

CYPRUS 4 Agia Napa and Famagusta

A travel blog entry by amery on Jul 21, 2012

1 comment, 22 photos

Agia Napa Up to the right hand end of Cyprus, and around 2.5 hours from Paphos, we come to Agia Napa, a very nice beach based resort and a good 2 night stay sort of place to explore this end of Greek Cyprus and also the Turkish ...

No Man’s Land

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Nov 06, 2011

1 comment

... Because of the hostility, if you get a stamp in your passport that says Northern Cyprus, you risk being banned from getting into Greece. Therefore, upon request, Northern Cyprus gives the stamps on a separate piece of paper that you stick in your passport and provide upon entrance and exit.

Also because of the issues, the UN has a buffer zone. Cassie and I walked this zone at night, with no ...

Columns And Columns And Columns

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Sep 20, 2011

2 comments, 33 photos

... post without any kind of digression?

Let's talk about these ruins. Judging by the steel re-enforcements around the base of the columns I'd say that the columns all fell down, more than likely when Arab raiders ransacked the city in 647. Like, they totally ****** it. Salamis dates back to around the same time as Kourian and had been added to by the Romans when they rocked up, you can see the remains of the ...