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Famagusta

Famagusta Hotels
Unveiling the Beauty of a Hidden Gem for Your Holidays

Nestled on the eastern coast of Cyprus, Famagusta is a city with a rich history, stunning landscapes, and a unique blend of cultural influences. Often overshadowed by more well-known destinations, Famagusta is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by travelers seeking an authentic and memorable holiday experience. In this article, we will take you on a journey to explore the enchanting charm of Famagusta and why it's an ideal destination for your next vacation.

Historical Treasures
Famagusta boasts a history that stretches back thousands of years, and its ancient treasures are waiting to be explored. One of the city's most iconic landmarks is the Othello Castle, which is said to have inspired Shakespeare's famous play. The castle is a testament to the city's medieval past and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

Another must-visit historical site is the ancient city of Salamis, where you can wander among the well-preserved ruins of an ancient Roman city. From the grand amphitheater to the impressive gymnasium, Salamis offers a glimpse into the grandeur of the past.

Golden Sandy Beaches
Famagusta is blessed with some of the most pristine and golden sandy beaches in Cyprus. Whether you're a sun worshipper, a water sports enthusiast, or a nature lover, Famagusta has a beach for you. Protaras Beach, known for its crystal-clear waters, is perfect for families and swimmers. If you're into water sports like jet skiing or paddleboarding, Fig Tree Bay is a hotspot for adrenaline-seekers.

For a more tranquil beach experience, explore the rugged coastline near Cape Greco National Forest Park, where you'll discover hidden coves and secluded stretches of sand, perfect for a romantic getaway or a serene day by the sea.

Cultural Diversity
Famagusta is a melting pot of cultures, and this diversity is reflected in its cuisine, architecture, and way of life. The city's Old Town is a labyrinth of narrow streets and colorful buildings, where you can immerse yourself in the local culture. Explore the bustling local markets, where you can sample traditional Cypriot dishes and shop for handmade crafts.

The city is also home to a thriving art scene, with numerous galleries showcasing the work of local and international artists. Don't miss the chance to experience a traditional Cypriot evening with live music and dance performances that celebrate the island's rich cultural heritage.

Famagusta Holidays
When planning your Famagusta holiday, you'll find a range of accommodation options to suit every budget and preference. From boutique hotels in the heart of the Old Town to beachfront resorts with panoramic views of the Mediterranean, Famagusta offers a variety of choices for your stay.

Whether you're looking for a relaxing beach vacation, a cultural exploration, or a combination of both, Famagusta delivers an unforgettable experience. With its historic sites, stunning beaches, and vibrant culture, this hidden gem in Cyprus promises a holiday that will leave you with cherished memories for years to come.

Famagusta may not be as well-known as some of Cyprus's more famous destinations, but it offers a unique and authentic experience that is sure to captivate the hearts of travelers. From its rich history and stunning beaches to its diverse culture and warm hospitality, Famagusta has all the ingredients for a memorable holiday. So, consider venturing off the beaten path and discovering the hidden gem of Famagusta for your next vacation – you won't be disappointed.

Arkin Palm Beach Hotel
Arkın Palm Beach Hotel, located in Famagusta, North Cyprus, aims to offer its guests an extremely peaceful holiday with its lush nature and beaches covered with white sand. It has very magnificent and comfortable rooms decorated in different concepts, with magnificent views. Designed at a level that can respond to guests ' requests, it gives you an unforgettable experience. At the Cascata restaurant, which offers Cyprus-specific tastes, you can eat delicious dishes from carefully prepared menus in the area with magnificent sea views. At the Beach club, you can experience pleasant moments while trying your refreshing cocktail drinks prepared by bartenders. You can taste specially prepared snack mixes and fresh drinks in this place. You can also try delicious desserts along with aromatic coffees at The Lobby Bar. You can renew both your soul and body in the SPA center located at Arkin Palm Beach Hotel. You can start by choosing any of the pleasant massages and treatments that will be good for you in a comfortable environment away from stress and chaos. In addition, a relaxing sauna, an effective steam room, a fitness center specially equipped for sports enthusiasts and a swimming pool provide you with many different amenities.

Salamis Bay Conti 
Located in Famagusta, a port city in Cyprus, Salamis Bay Conti is located on the seafront. It has a long beach covered with yellow and thin sand. Located in the coastal part of Salamis beach, this beautiful hotel offers you a very pleasant holiday. The hotel offers buffet meals in the morning, lunch and evening hours. It features two a la carte restaurants. The turquoise a la Carte Restaurant and the Chinese a la carte restaurant are available with a reservation for a certain fee. We recommend the hotel's refreshing outdoor ice cream options and a lot of sparkling Turkish coffee. The facility is spread over an area of 65,000 acres in total. The hotel has 664 rooms, which are quite comfortable and stylishly designed. Designed with decoration dominated by Modern breezes, the spaces are perfect for you to experience pleasant moments. Salamis Bay Contide honeymoon couples and families with children have also not been forgotten. There is a safe indoor pool for children, babysitting service and a very fun playground. For fun-loving guests, you can attend live music performances, karaoke and cinema hours on site. In addition, the club, which is a very elite entertainment venue where you can spend a good time at night, is very happy to welcome you. Guests who aim to relax and regenerate can enjoy the hotel's equipped SPA area. The SPA center has a sauna, hammam, indoor pool and packages covering different types of massages. For visitors who like to play sports, there is a fairly extensive fitness center.

Merit Cyprus Gardens Resort 
Merit Cyprus Garden Resort has a clean beach and sea in Famagusta and you can be ready to experience a different holiday experience. Merit Cyprus Garden Resort is known as the address of unlimited among Cyprus Famagusta hotels. The game centre section is open for guests to use on certain days of the week and at certain times of the week. It features a botanical garden that houses 400 different types of plants. Meals prepared in the morning, lunch and evening buffet concept are offered to guests. The Beach Fish Restaurant is open between certain dates and can be booked for a fee. Live music performances are also performed at certain times. It features a private swimming pool and a fun playground for families with children. Located zero to the clear sea of Northern Cyprus, it has an extremely clean beach with an approximate length of 1.5 kilometers. In addition, the hotel has 1 Pier. Quite comfortable sun beds on the beach and umbrellas that cut through the scorching heat take their place for guests. With an area of 400 acres, the property has 4 Villas, 1 King Suite, 9 bungalow suites, 18 Garden standard rooms and 53 bungalow standard rooms. You can be quite comfortable staying in rooms designed with a focused approach to the comfort of customers. In addition, items that add a difference to the decoration with stylish pieces are an element that guests quite like.

Famagusta 
Famagusta is a very valuable city in the eastern part of the island in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Thanks to the University of the eastern Mediterranean and its golden sandy beaches, it is recognized and known not only by our country, but also by the citizens of many countries. Famagusta port is the only city in Cyprus with the distinction of being a deep water port. Especially in summer, it attracts attention with tourism traffic. For this reason, the International Famagusta culture, art and Tourism Festival takes place every year in July. In Famagusa, where the Mediterranean climate is observed, the summers are long and quite hot, and the winter months are short and rainy. Due to the short winter months, it has a long tourism period. When we get information about Famagusta, m.He. 3. in the century, we see that it was founded by Philadelphus, one of the Kings of Ptolemus, and named it after his own sister. Famagusta or Famagusta, known as Famagusta, is a very visited city with its historical riches and immaculate beaches. You can make your holiday plans with peace of mind in this city, which is remarkable for its luxurious and comfortable hotels. It is called Famagusta, Famagusta and Famagusta.

Is a town in southeastern Northern Cyprus with 59,536 inhabitants. It has the only deep water port in Cyprus. Nicosia Ercan airport is 51 km away. From the airport, Famagusta can be reached by shuttle, taxi or transfer vehicles. 
Famagusta, a historical city, is also a free port, tourism and University City. It is a holiday paradise with its sun, sea, beaches and historical sites.
In Famagusta, where the typical Mediterranean climate is, the average July temperature is 40 C, and the sea water temperature is 21.5 C. The coldest month is January,with an average temperature of 9 degrees C. May to October holidays can be made. 
Famagusta has hotels, resorts, boutique and apart hotels, bungalows, hostels and spa facilities and accommodation facilities to respond to all kinds of holiday requests. In addition to accommodation facilities, a lively nightlife can be experienced with a game centre, entertainment, food and drink culture. 
Famagusta, which is rich in historical monuments, has many places to visit.

Salamis Ancient City; 6 km from Famagusta. this city is far from M.He.11.y.y. it was also established in the Bronze Age. Phoenicians, Assyrians, Persians, Egypt, Rome and Byzantines ruled. M.S. Salamis was abandoned due to the destruction caused by Arab raids and earthquakes that began in 647. Most of the ruins in the ruins belong to the Roman period. Gymnasium, forum, agora can be seen. The Basilica of Aya Epiphanios, built during the Byzantine period, is the largest Basilica in Cyprus. The people of this city are fascinated by many historical events that have been excavated since 1952.

Famagusta Walls; 12. y.y. it was built by the da Lusignans (French dynasty). It was strengthened and restored during the time of the Venetians. It covers a large area. Most of the historical structures are within these walls.

Othello Castle; 14. y.y. the tower, built by the Lusignans, is called the tower because of its size. It takes its name from the famous Othello tradition. Some scenes of the Othello game are set here. In the courtyard of the castle, there are balls and cannonballs belonging to the Ottomans and Spaniards. A hall within the castle is used for artistic and cultural activities. 

Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque - St. Nicholas Cathedral; built between 1298-1312 during the Lusignans period. Inspired by the Reims Cathedral in France, this Gothic-style building is one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the Eastern Mediterranean. The Lusignan Kings were crowned here, first as King of Cyprus, and then as King of Jerusalem. In 1571, the cathedral was converted into a mosque by adding a minaret without any changes. 16.y.y. The Venetian Gallery, also built in the courtyard of the cathedral, is now used as a fountain. The tropical fig tree in front of the cathedral is said to have been planted when construction began. The tree fruits seven times a year.

St. Barnabas Monastery (Museum of icon and Archaeology); Barnabas was born in Salamis. He converted to Christianity in Jerusalem, where he went to receive religious education (ad 33). He came to Cyprus and distributed the inheritance left by his family in Salamis to the poor and the Saints in Jerusalem. St. He worked with Paul to spread Christianity. Barnabas, captured by Cypriot Jews, was first imprisoned and then burned. Barnebas ' followers took the body and placed it in an ancient tomb along with the Gospel of St. Mathews, which he wrote himself. In 432, Bishop Anthemios found the Tomb. The Eastern Roman Emperor Zeos donated the necessary money and the monastery was built. As a result, the Church of the Middle East of Cyprus gained autonomy. The rooms where the priests lived in the monastery were restored and turned into a museum. Historical artifacts from the Neolithic period and the Roman period are exhibited in the museum. The museum also has 18.y.y. there are many icons belonging to la. The city centre is 10 km away. When you go to the ancient city of Salamis, you can also go to the monastery.

Venetian palace; 13 as Lusian royal palace. y.y. it was also made in the Gothic style. From 1489 it was the residence of the Governors of Venice. Damaged by the earthquake, the palace was renovated by Venetians in the Renaissance style. 16. y.y. An example of Venetian architecture can be shown. Today, only the surface wall to the East and the walls of the backyard remain. In the garden there are period balls and cannonballs.

Twin churches (Church of the Templars and Hospitaller); 14. y.y. the larger of the two churches also built belongs to the Knights Templar. Templars (Knights Templar) is one of the Christian military sects. They only reigned for a year in Cyprus. The knighthood was abolished by the pope. The large church was left to the Knights Hospitaller (Order of St. John), who owned the church next to it. Today, the restored Church began to be used as a Cyprus Art Association.  

Namik Kemal Museum is a two-storey building located in the courtyard of The Venetian palace. The poet, who was deported to Cyprus in 1873, first slept in the dungeon downstairs. After a while, he was taken upstairs. 5 in 1976. He was pardoned by Murat. The restored building is now a museum.

13 with materials brought from the ancient ruins of Salamis.y.y. da built Latin (St. George) Church can be visited.

How To Get To Famagusta?
Famagusta has no airport. In order to reach the city, you must first come to Northern Cyprus. You can reach Cyprus by air and sea. You can come to Famagusta by coming to Cyprus Ercan airport, which has direct flights from many places, and by renting buses, transfer vehicles or vehicles.

Booking2cyprus.com we offer you the best Famagusta hotels. Arkin Palm Beach Hotel Crystal Rocks holiday resort, how Ingate Hotel, merit Cyprus Garden Holiday Village, Salamis Bay Conti Hotel, Port View Hotel, the Dee European hotel bastion Evolve Vintage Park, a sandy beach, on the throat and many hotel option booking2cyprus.com you can reach through. All our hotels have airport transfer options. As Booking2Cyprus, we offer you the best price guarantee in Famagusta hotels

Holidays in Northern Cyprus Famagusta
Famagusta is located in the east of Cyprus. Its unique natural beauty and eye-catching historical monuments fascinate most travelers. These features, which are epic to the languages, are the reason why the city is at the top of the list of places to visit in Cyprus. At the same time, one of the reasons why it has received such attention is that the ports it has are one of the most fortified ports in the Mediterranean. In addition, the only deep-water ports located on the island are located in this city. In short, be prepared to be surprised at every step you take in Famagusta, which does not end with a trip.

When and How to Get to Famagusta?
The city offers its guests great amenities in terms of transportation. Although it does not have its own international airport, a transfer is provided by buses or rented cars. June May will be the ideal period for a comfortable and enjoyable trip in the region where the Mediterranean climate is dominant. The weather in Famagusta sees the lowest 9 highest 40 degrees during the year. You can determine the optimal time december for yourself by considering the holiday plan that you will create.

Where to Stay in Famagusta?
There is a wide range of accommodation options in the area, which is extremely hospitable. At this point, you can make a choice in accordance with your dream vacation and your budget. For example, if you want to stay in a corporate enterprise where comfort and luxury stand out, you can choose 5-star hotels. At the same time, differences in concept between hotels dec also affect your preferences. In addition, if you want your holiday to be intertwined with nature, you can evaluate bungalow-type houses and campgrounds. If you are looking for a relatively more affordable and friendly accommodation option, Famagusta hostel alternatives will be ideal for you.

Places to Visit in Famagusta
Famagusta is a city with a large number of important monuments and natural wonder structures. In addition, the fact that most of the places to visit are close to each other is also an advantage for you. You can start your sightseeing route with the Ruins of Salamis. The history of this ancient city, which will be especially admired by those who love mystical buildings, dates back to BC. 11. dates back to the century. The fact that it has a deep historical adventure gives those who see it almost time travel. Your next stop after this important work may be the Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque. This important work, which has won the admiration of art lovers with its architectural structure, has an impressive story. In the first years of its construction, it was called St. Nicholas Cathedral, and then it was turned into a mosque by the Ottomans. The fact that it has hosted two different religions is one of the striking examples of cultural unification.

You can continue your trip with Othello Castle, one of the most popular historical dec in Famagusta. The most prominent feature of the building built by the Lusignans is that it is named after Shakespeare's famous hero Othello. The reason for this situation is that it is believed that part of the tragedy in question took place in this region. Finally, if you want to see the natural beauties, you can visit the ports and the coastline. You can also visit popular beaches such as Glapsides, which are also located in the city.

What to Eat in Famagusta?
The intertwining of many cultures over the years has led to the formation of a rich culinary culture in the region. Therefore, the number of the best restaurants in Famagusta is quite large, and the food alternatives are also very diverse. Peach kebab and pilaf dishes made from goat meat, which is one of the most famous delicacies of the region, appeal to those who like traditional tastes. In addition, halloumi cheese, which comes to mind first when it is called Cyprus october is one of the foods that should not be returned without tasting. The main hero of the culinary culture of Famagusta, which has been going on for many years, is the molehiya plant, which grows only on the island. This plant is reminiscent of reyhan in its appearance and smell. In summary, on your Famagusta Cyprus holiday, which has a lot of specific tastes, you can have unforgettable moments by seeing new places and tasting new tastes.

Famagusta is a very valuable city in the eastern part of the island in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Thanks to the University of the eastern Mediterranean and its golden sandy beaches, it is recognized and known not only by our country, but also by the citizens of many countries. Famagusta port is the only city in Cyprus with the distinction of being a deep water port. Especially in summer, it attracts attention with tourism traffic. For this reason, the International Famagusta culture, art and Tourism Festival takes place every year in July. In Famagusa, where the Mediterranean climate is observed, the summers are long and quite hot, and the winter months are short and rainy. Due to the short winter months, it has a long tourism period. When we get information about Famagusta, m.He. 3. in the century, we see that it was founded by Philadelphus, one of the Kings of Ptolemus, and named it after his own sister. Famagusta or Famagusta, known as Famagusta, is a very visited city with its historical riches and immaculate beaches. You can make your holiday plans with peace of mind in this city, which is remarkable for its luxurious and comfortable hotels. It is called Famagusta, Famagusta and Famagusta.

Is a town in southeastern Northern Cyprus with 59,536 inhabitants. It has the only deep water port in Cyprus. Nicosia Ercan airport is 51 km away. From the airport, Famagusta can be reached by shuttle, taxi or transfer vehicles. 
Famagusta, a historical city, is also a free port, tourism and University City. It is a holiday paradise with its sun, sea, beaches and historical sites.
In Famagusta, where the typical Mediterranean climate is, the average July temperature is 40 C, and the sea water temperature is 21.5 C. The coldest month is January,with an average temperature of 9 degrees C. May to October holidays can be made. 
Famagusta has hotels, resorts, boutique and apart hotels, bungalows, hostels and spa facilities and accommodation facilities to respond to all kinds of holiday requests. In addition to accommodation facilities, a lively nightlife can be experienced with a game centre, entertainment, food and drink culture. 
Famagusta, which is rich in historical monuments, has many places to visit.

Salamis Ancient City; 6 km from Famagusta. this city is far from M.He.11.y.y. it was also established in the Bronze Age. Phoenicians, Assyrians, Persians, Egypt, Rome and Byzantines ruled. M.S. Salamis was abandoned due to the destruction caused by Arab raids and earthquakes that began in 647. Most of the ruins in the ruins belong to the Roman period. Gymnasium, forum, agora can be seen. The Basilica of Aya Epiphanios, built during the Byzantine period, is the largest Basilica in Cyprus. The people of this city are fascinated by many historical events that have been excavated since 1952.

Famagusta Walls; 12. y.y. it was built by the da Lusignans (French dynasty). It was strengthened and restored during the time of the Venetians. It covers a large area. Most of the historical structures are within these walls.

Othello Castle; 14. y.y. the tower, built by the Lusignans, is called the tower because of its size. It takes its name from the famous Othello tradition. Some scenes of the Othello game are set here. In the courtyard of the castle, there are balls and cannonballs belonging to the Ottomans and Spaniards. A hall within the castle is used for artistic and cultural activities. 

Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque - St. Nicholas Cathedral; built between 1298-1312 during the Lusignans period. Inspired by the Reims Cathedral in France, this Gothic-style building is one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the Eastern Mediterranean. The Lusignan Kings were crowned here, first as King of Cyprus, and then as King of Jerusalem. In 1571, the cathedral was converted into a mosque by adding a minaret without any changes. 16.y.y. The Venetian Gallery, also built in the courtyard of the cathedral, is now used as a fountain. The tropical fig tree in front of the cathedral is said to have been planted when construction began. The tree fruits seven times a year.

St. Barnabas Monastery (Museum of icon and Archaeology); Barnabas was born in Salamis. He converted to Christianity in Jerusalem, where he went to receive religious education (ad 33). He came to Cyprus and distributed the inheritance left by his family in Salamis to the poor and the Saints in Jerusalem. St. He worked with Paul to spread Christianity. Barnabas, captured by Cypriot Jews, was first imprisoned and then burned. Barnebas ' followers took the body and placed it in an ancient tomb along with the Gospel of St. Mathews, which he wrote himself. In 432, Bishop Anthemios found the Tomb. The Eastern Roman Emperor Zeos donated the necessary money and the monastery was built. As a result, the Church of the Middle East of Cyprus gained autonomy. The rooms where the priests lived in the monastery were restored and turned into a museum. Historical artifacts from the Neolithic period and the Roman period are exhibited in the museum. The museum also has 18.y.y. there are many icons belonging to la. The city centre is 10 km away. When you go to the ancient city of Salamis, you can also go to the monastery.

Venetian palace; 13 as Lusian royal palace. y.y. it was also made in the Gothic style. From 1489 it was the residence of the Governors of Venice. Damaged by the earthquake, the palace was renovated by Venetians in the Renaissance style. 16. y.y. An example of Venetian architecture can be shown. Today, only the surface wall to the East and the walls of the backyard remain. In the garden there are period balls and cannonballs.

Twin churches (Church of the Templars and Hospitaller); 14. y.y. the larger of the two churches also built belongs to the Knights Templar. Templars (Knights Templar) is one of the Christian military sects. They only reigned for a year in Cyprus. The knighthood was abolished by the pope. The large church was left to the Knights Hospitaller (Order of St. John), who owned the church next to it. Today, the restored Church began to be used as a Cyprus Art Association.  

Namik Kemal Museum is a two-storey building located in the courtyard of The Venetian palace. The poet, who was deported to Cyprus in 1873, first slept in the dungeon downstairs. After a while, he was taken upstairs. 5 in 1976. He was pardoned by Murat. The restored building is now a museum.

13 with materials brought from the ancient ruins of Salamis.y.y. da built Latin (St. George) Church can be visited.

How To Get To Famagusta?
Famagusta has no airport. In order to reach the city, you must first come to Northern Cyprus. You can reach Cyprus by air and sea. You can come to Famagusta by coming to Cyprus Ercan airport, which has direct flights from many places, and by renting buses, transfer vehicles or vehicles.

Booking2cyprus.com we offer you the best Famagusta hotels. Arkin Palm Beach Hotel Crystal Rocks holiday resort, how Ingate Hotel, merit Cyprus Garden Holiday Village, Salamis Bay Conti Hotel, Port View Hotel, the Dee European hotel bastion Evolve Vintage Park, a sandy beach, on the throat and many hotel option booking2cyprus.com you can reach through. All our hotels have airport transfer options. As Booking2Cyprus, we offer you the best price guarantee in Famagusta hotels

Famagusta Hotels:
Arkin Palm Beach Hotel
Arkın Palm Beach Hotel, located in Famagusta, North Cyprus, aims to offer its guests an extremely peaceful holiday with its lush nature and beaches covered with white sand. It has very magnificent and comfortable rooms decorated in different concepts, with magnificent views. Designed at a level that can respond to guests ' requests, it gives you an unforgettable experience. At the Cascata restaurant, which offers Cyprus-specific tastes, you can eat delicious dishes from carefully prepared menus in the area with magnificent sea views. At the Beach club, you can experience pleasant moments while trying your refreshing cocktail drinks prepared by bartenders. You can taste specially prepared snack mixes and fresh drinks in this place. You can also try delicious desserts along with aromatic coffees at The Lobby Bar. You can renew both your soul and body in the SPA center located at Arkin Palm Beach Hotel. You can start by choosing any of the pleasant massages and treatments that will be good for you in a comfortable environment away from stress and chaos. In addition, a relaxing sauna, an effective steam room, a fitness center specially equipped for sports enthusiasts and a swimming pool provide you with many different amenities.

Salamis Bay Conti 
Located in Famagusta, a port city in Cyprus, Salamis Bay Conti is located on the seafront. It has a long beach covered with yellow and thin sand. Located in the coastal part of Salamis beach, this beautiful hotel offers you a very pleasant holiday. The hotel offers buffet meals in the morning, lunch and evening hours. It features two a la carte restaurants. The turquoise a la Carte Restaurant and the Chinese a la carte restaurant are available with a reservation for a certain fee. We recommend the hotel's refreshing outdoor ice cream options and a lot of sparkling Turkish coffee. The facility is spread over an area of 65,000 acres in total. The hotel has 664 rooms, which are quite comfortable and stylishly designed. Designed with decoration dominated by Modern breezes, the spaces are perfect for you to experience pleasant moments. Salamis Bay Contide honeymoon couples and families with children have also not been forgotten. There is a safe indoor pool for children, babysitting service and a very fun playground. For fun-loving guests, you can attend live music performances, karaoke and cinema hours on site. In addition, the club, which is a very elite entertainment venue where you can spend a good time at night, is very happy to welcome you. Guests who aim to relax and regenerate can enjoy the hotel's equipped SPA area. The SPA center has a sauna, hammam, indoor pool and packages covering different types of massages. For visitors who like to play sports, there is a fairly extensive fitness center.

Merit Cyprus Gardens Resort 
Merit Cyprus Garden Resort has a clean beach and sea in Famagusta and you can be ready to experience a different holiday experience. Merit Cyprus Garden Resort is known as the address of unlimited among Cyprus Famagusta hotels. The game centre section is open for guests to use on certain days of the week and at certain times of the week. It features a botanical garden that houses 400 different types of plants. Meals prepared in the morning, lunch and evening buffet concept are offered to guests. The Beach Fish Restaurant is open between certain dates and can be booked for a fee. Live music performances are also performed at certain times. It features a private swimming pool and a fun playground for families with children. Located zero to the clear sea of Northern Cyprus, it has an extremely clean beach with an approximate length of 1.5 kilometers. In addition, the hotel has 1 Pier. Quite comfortable sun beds on the beach and umbrellas that cut through the scorching heat take their place for guests. With an area of 400 acres, the property has 4 Villas, 1 King Suite, 9 bungalow suites, 18 Garden standard rooms and 53 bungalow standard rooms. You can be quite comfortable staying in rooms designed with a focused approach to the comfort of customers. In addition, items that add a difference to the decoration with stylish pieces are an element that guests quite like.

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