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North Cyprus Locations

From North Cyprus Lefka in the West to the Karpaz in the East, Stringer Estates, Estate Agents in Northern Cyprus is the place to visit for all your North Cyprus property enquiries.

Northern Cyprus

Lefka
with nearby Soli dating as far back 700BC and the Palace of Vouni, destroyed by fire in 380BC, was once, one of the four kingdoms of Cyprus. Now mainly a Turkish village with a few facilities for the local villagers and the near by Lefka University is an undiscovered part of Northern Cyprus.

North Cyprus Guzelyurt is today principally involved in the production of citrus fruit, at one time it was one of the most important cultural regions of Cyprus. In the days of the copper mines, the now disused railway line ran from Guzelyurt to Famagusta. The mines date back to the Roman times. Cyprus derives in name from copper. With the back drop of the snow caped mountains of Trodos and Morfu Bay this area is one of the most beautiful in North Cyprus. Guzelyurt, in origin mainly a Turkish town with banks and a few restaurants belongs to major North Cyprus cities. A good place for shopping in North Cyprus, there is also a very large Municipal garden centre where the produce is inexpensive.

Camlibel is a small rural village in the North Cyprus Kyrenia Mountains heading towards Kyrenia from the west. With a couple of shops and a large Army base, it is mainly a Turkish village with a couple of shops.

Ilgaz with one restaurant set high in the Kyrenia Mountains is the place to get away from it all. The views of Northern Cyprus beaches are worth the drive up the mountain. The sprawling village is a mixed community with few facilities.

Baspinar is set high above Lapta with a few restaurants and named after the spring which continually flows. Again well worth the drive up the Kyrenia Mountains.

Karsiyaka is a picturesque village in North Cyprus near to the sea which enjoys superb views of the Kyrenia Mountain Range. Fish restaurants are close to the sea shore. It has beaches, shops and restaurants nearby and is reasonably close to all amenities.

Lapta was one of the four kingdoms of Cyprus. It is one of the larger villages west of Kyrenia and enjoys the luxury of fresh water springs. Its surroundings constitute one of the most beautiful areas of North Cyprus. Lapta was noted for its many local arts and crafts including pottery, silk and cutlery. In olden days Northern Cyprus Lapta had a large silk industry which was the main source of income for the villagers. An abundance of timber led to the development of another craft of chest making. Mostly painted in black, they are the feature of many houses in Northern Cyprus. A village is now a mixture of Turkish and Europeans with plenty of bars and restaurants.

Alsancak is six miles West of Kyrenia with easy access to North Cyprus beaches and many restaurants, shops and bars. It has a mixture of Turkish and Europeans and is near to all the main facilities.

Karaoglanoglu is on the busy main road just west of Northern Cyprus Kyrenia with easy access to the beaches, with many shops and bars. Turn up left to the mountains for Edremit and Karmi villages.

Edremit village centre is on the road from Karaoglanoglu to Karmi. Overlooked by St Hilarion Castle that allows view over the Mediterranean, the village of Edremit is set in the Kyrenia Mountains. Again it is a mixture of cultures with a few shops and North Cyprus restaurants. In the village you will find a luxury holiday centre.

Karmi/Karaman is a little village situated in the hills west of Kyrenia, just below Northern Cyprus St Hilarion Castle. The village boasts a typical village church, with white washed walls and a little belfry. The road from Karmi offers magnificent views over the Mediterranean. A mainly European community with a couple of restaurants and a village shop.

St Hilarion Castle built by the Byzantines in the Kyrenia Mountains, is approached from the Nicosia to Kyrenia road. The North Cyprus Castle apparently derives its name from a hermit named Hilarion who fled from the Holy Land following the Arab invasion. Richard the Lion heart stopped over on his Crusade and didn't get any further. There is a small kiosk at the castle entrance.

Stringer Estates, a real estate agent in Northern Cyprus, is situated on the main road between Karaoglanoglu and Kyrenia.

Zeytinlik The Turkish name for olive is "Zeytin", and this village is set in olive groves in North Cyprus and hosts the famous olive festival. With hotels, shops and restaurants this village is also a mixture of cultures. It is only a few minutes drive to the centre of Kyrenia.

Northern Cyprus Kyrenia/Girne. With its beautiful old harbour and Crusader Castle Kyrenia was once a walled town where townsfolk lived in very small houses crowded together, all living within the walls. Now with its restaurants, cafes and bars, shops and museums it has the atmosphere of an exciting cosmopolitan historic town visited by many tourists to North Cyprus. Most of the local government offices are situated here. In Kyrenia there are good hotels and banking facilities.

Dogankoy is a small village nestling between North Cyprus Kyrenia and Bellapais with a mixture of Turkish and Europeans. All facilities are near by.

Karakum which means "black sand" is on the main road just east of Northern Cyprus Kyrenia with a small sandy bay. A mixture of cultures and is near to all facilities. It has a small beach but no black sand.

North Cyprus Bellapais village with its magnificent Abbey dating back to the twelfth century, still retains a quiet sense of tranquillity. Now the Abbey is used for musical events. The restaurants and bars are set in unique surroundings. Again one can encounter here a nice mixture of cultures.

Ozankoy is named after the poet Ozan. With the Kyrenia Mountains as the back drop looking up to the Bellapais Abbey and beautiful views to the North Cyprus beaches and Kyrenia near by, Ozankoy makes for a popular village with all. There is a good mixture of cultures with popular restaurants and bars and a few village shops.

Catalkoy meaning "forked village" is further east of North Cyprus Kyrenia and with its many bars and restaurants it is popular with the European community. The village extends from the foothills of the Kyrenia mountains down to the sea. Again a good mixture of cultures, it has many bars and restaurants and shops and is only a few minutes driving into Kyrenia.

Northern Cyprus Buffavento Castle is one of the three castles set high in the chain of the Kyrenia mountain range. Ruined as it is, the magnificent position enables you to see the Trodos Mountains on one side and the whole chain of the Kyrenia Mountains on the other. And far across the sea in winter you can see the snow on the Taurus Mountains of Turkey. There are no facilities, but there is a small restaurant back at the main road.

Besparmak is a distinctively shaped mountain of North Cyprus Kyrenia Mountain range. Its five peaks resembling the fingers of a hand, has lent its name to the entire range. The mountain lies some 10 miles East of Kyrenia overlooking the main road to Northern Cyprus Famagusta.

Esentepe with the imminent development of the new golf course and beautiful coast line is fast becoming a popular location in North Cyprus. There are a few shops and restaurants and now becoming a more European community.

Tatlisu As you rise up above the sea, the cliff scenery is magnificent and the views of Northern Cyprus mountains and beaches quite breathtaking. From here you can see the north east coast back to Kyrenia and forward in the hazy distance to the great long stretch of the Karpaz peninsula.

North Cyprus Kantara Castle is the third and eastern most castle in the defensive chain. Built in the Byzantine period, its name is Arabic meaning "enchantment". The castle is one of the best places in Northern Cyprus to sit and view the surrounding panorama of the Karpaz peninsula. There is a small restaurant at Kantara village.

Northern Cyprus Famagusta dominated by its City Walls built by Lusignan rulers, is the main sea of North Cyprus Island. There is much to discover. It has all the facilities that you would expect of a busy sea port.

Salamis an ancient city in a close distance to North Cyprus Famagusta and dating back over 3000 years was destroyed by earthquakes from 332 to 342 AD. There is much to see and discover.

Bogaz village represents a gateway to the Northern Cyprus Karpaz and the Andreas Monastery. With hotels and restaurants near by this a good stopping point on your journey east. With Famagusta and many good hotels near by, this area is now becoming popular with the European community as a place to settle. In this part of North Cyprus good hotels and restaurant facilities can be found.


 
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