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Stop At: Aphendrika, Dipkarpas Karpasia, Dipkarpaz Cyprus
The Dipkarpaz village is the gateway to North Cyprus’ north east peninsula and resembles the Mediterranean of old, and is one of the intact parts of Cyprus. It is peninsula's largest and most remote village, where Turkish and Greek Cypriot still lives side by side just as they have done for hundred years. A mosque sits next to an Orthodox Church overlooking the main square.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Dipkarpaz Milli Parki - Karpaz National Park Wild Donkey Protection Area, Karpaz Anayolu, Famagusta Cyprus
The region is designated as a Protected Natural and Archaeological Site since 1995 and offering its visitors an opportunity to explore the untouched nature of Cyprus, abundance of birds, wild flowers and rich marine life. The most famous inhabitants are the wild donkeys.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Apostolos Andreas Monastery, Karpaz Anayolu, Dipkarpaz 99890
The monastery is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Cyprus, has hosted pilgrims from all over the island for centuries. Pilgrims whom seeking cures for their afflictions believed to healing effect of the monastery's spring. The Apostolos Andreas Monastery is situated almost at the end of the Karpaz peninsula. It is named after St Andrew, who was a follower of John the Baptist, and was the first to be called by Jesus Christ to spread Christianity. It is a place of reverence both for Turkish and Greek Cypriots.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Golden Beach, Dipkarpaz Cyprus
It is a kilometres long beach, renowned for its golden sands and crystal blue waters, situated at the heart of the unspoiled nature of Karpaz peninsula. This secluded beach offers its visitors a private swimming experience where the green of Cyprus blends with the turquoise of the Mediterranean and will make you fall in love with Karpaz.
Duration: 3 hours