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

An Enchanting & Romantic Venue -Wedding ceremonies

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Oct 12, 2014

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I have recently spent 4 memorable days at one of the Kanika hotels in Ayia Napa. Never before have I seen such a frequent sequence of weddings taking place in a hotel.


Enchanting and romantic venues are set in the beautiful landscaped gardens amidst fragrant blossoms and tropical palm trees, at a stunning fairytale setting, set in a sunken garden where small lakes ...

Cyprus: Summer 2014

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

10 photos

... is perfect 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 ...

CYPRUS 4 Agia Napa and Famagusta

A travel blog entry by amery on Jul 21, 2012

1 comment, 22 photos

... good lunch regardless.

At the border, as long as you have your passport you can get a visa and buy a month's insurance to visit for €25.
Well worth while to have a look around the historic walled core of the ...

A city divided

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Oct 20, 2011

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Our amazing tour guides / family members took us to Nicosia for the day, on the border of Greek and Turkish Cyprus. I was the only one smart enough to bring my passport though, so we didn't cross over into Cyprus but stayed in the North Cyprus part of the city. That half of the city happens to be quite large so it was still a full day outing for our group. We spent a lot of time looking in the little shops and trying to barter with the shopkeepers, and also eating ...

Columns And Columns And Columns

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Sep 20, 2011

2 comments, 33 photos

... I guess would have had water flowing through it. Romans didn't like to wipe their own ***** so they got slaves to do it with sponges. Nice. See, when I take over the world, I would still like to wipe my own **** thankyouverymuch. I don't know what it is but y'know, some things a girl just has to do for herself. Apparently this is also where the saying "the walls have ears" comes from. Slaves who were on standby with ...