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Discover Southern Cyprus

7 nights from £695.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Tasting locally produced wine, olive oil and halloumi
  • Cycle through cool pine forests
  • Staying in the small authentic village of Tochni
  • Moderate cycling with plenty of time to soak in the culture
Discover Southern Cyprus
7 nights from £695.00
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WE LOVEFood & Wine
On this ride, you can enjoy some superb food and wine, all locally produced. Enjoy local whites produced by ancient Cypriot vineyards and mezze platters of locally produced cheeses, meats and dips.
WE LOVECypriot Culture
Cypriot culture and mythology dates back to the dawn of civilisation. You will visit archaeological sites with artefacts dating back centuries and lands where Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love and Beauty was said to have been born as the foam of the Paphos waters crashed against the rocks.

What's Included

Our suggested cycling holiday in Cyprus

We can tailor make this trip for you
Day 1Arrival into Larnaca

From Larnaca we will take you to the village of Tochni. Your stay will be in a traditional village cottage room, fully renovated with all modern comforts.

Day 2Handcrafts of Cyprus

Your trip today takes in Lefkara Kornos Skarinou. After a delicious Cyprus breakfast comprised of fresh organic ingredients, your journey starts with a transfer from Tochni to Lefkara, a village in the mountains of Larnaca where you can learn more about the famous embroidery and Silvercraft. From Lefkara village you will descend to Kornos for a truly unique pottery making experience.  We will stopover to enjoy a traditional Cypriot coffee boiled on sand, a coffee making technique preserved among the countryside.

Total distance38km
Day 3Archaeological Sites

Your cycling today heads out to Chirokitia, Governors beach before finishing at Limassol.  Before reaching Limassol you will cycle to your first destination Chirokitia’s Neolithic Settlement followed by the Archaeological site of “Tenta” in Kalavasos. The ride will end at one of the 5 ancient kingdoms “The Kingdom of Amathus” located at the outskirts of Limassol. Limassol has undergone major investment to restore its cultural past in its former glory.

Total distance40km
Day 4Wines of Cyprus

Today you will visit Kolossi Castle and Wine Museum, the Kourio Amphitheatre and the Apollon Ylates Temple on a unique rode through Cypriot history. You will follow a cycle path along the coast of Limassol before visiting a Castle in the old city of Limassol. You will get the chance to learn about the history of Cyprus wine grown in vineyards that have survived centuries.

Total distance35km
Day 5Monasteries and Fields of Berrys

Today you will visit the Macheras Monastery  and Lefkara world knows for its unique handicrafts. You will ride to the nearby scenic village of Vavatsinia famous for its wild berries. From there you will visit the traditional and remote village of Mantra tou Kampiou before riding up to the Macheras monastery. The ride back to Tochni is on one of the nicest downhill single-trails in Cyprus.

Total distance45km
Day 6Traditional Villages

Today you will ride to Agros to visit the roses Museum before riding up to the traditional villages of Chandria, Polystipos and Lagoudera. Your riding will be on single track, quiet cycle paths for much of the day.

Total distance40km
Day 7Departure

We will take you back to the airport for your return flight.

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What to ExpectFrom from scenic coastal rides to 300 days of sun a year

Sparkling seas, sun drenched hills and the gentle purring of your wheels, there’s a lot to love about cycling in Cyprus. The true beauty though lies in the fact that it hasn’t been discovered in a way that other winter sunshine islands have.  The island offers true wilderness, endless pine tree forests and and views over the glistening Mediterranean. Visit between September and April to discover a beautiful country steeped in culture and classical mythology.

7day holiday
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40km avg
Expect to ride about 40km per day

How's the Weather? in Cyprus

The SpringMarch to May
Spring is an ideal time to cycle in Cyprus. Temperatures are cool and the sun is usually shining early in Spring. As you make your way into the latter part of the season, temperatures begin to heat up.
The SummerJune to August
Summer cycling in Cyprus must be confined to very early mornings. Temperatures are extremely hot and so it's best to stay off the bike after about 10am.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Temperatures begin to cool off and so cycling in Cyprus at this time of year is very pleasurable. Cool breezes blow off the sea whilst the sun continues to shine.
The WinterDecember to February
This period is winter for Cypriots, but its autumnal for anybody not used to year long high temperatures. Winter is the rainiest season but sunshine is plentiful during these months as well and cycling can still be enjoyed very comfortably.

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