Planning holidays is always hard work. Creating the perfect itinerary, doing advanced bookings, arranging the logistics, and so on. An all inclusive holiday takes away the stress of having to do all your own planning and gives the convenience of one lump sum payment. If you are on a tight budget, knowing exactly how much you have spent on the holiday is very important. So why not try that out in the sunshine island of Cyprus.
An all inclusive holiday typically covers your flight, food, accommodation, drinks, and entertainment, all included in one price. You rarely have to foot any additional costs unless you are spending time outside the resort area. Find out exactly what your all inclusive holiday covers so that you can plan any necessary additional expenses.
Getting the right all-inclusive holiday in Cyprus begins with choosing the right resort area that works with your interests. For the lovers of sun and sand, the choices are many. The popular resort areas of Protaras and Ayia Napa offer some of the cheapest packages available. The vibrant night life of Ayia Napa is great for an adult holiday, but might not be appropriate for those on a family vacation.
For a more encompassing all inclusive holiday, the resort area of Kato Paphos may hold your answers. Located at the beach, this enticing town combines picturesque beaches, attractive cultural sights, and traditional magic to give you a complete holiday package. Alternatively, you can head a little south to the quieter Coral Bay beach resort area. The water here is warm and shallow and the facilities are modern creating the perfect combination for a beach holiday.
For a more cultural experience, Limassol or Larnaca will delight. These two towns feature some of Cyprus’ best beaches, and still have a lot of genuine traditional allure. Here, you will get to enjoy visiting ancient churches, ruins, old forts, and still enjoy modern amenities like golf courses and water parks. The fusion between old sights with modern entertainment makes for an action filled experience. Other enjoyable resort areas include the natural paradise of Polis, the fun filled Pissouri Bay, and the intriguing Famagusta up north.
Book your all inclusive holiday early in order to enjoy the best discounts. Understanding the tourist seasons will also help you make big savings. The July to August period is a tourist trap, and the resorts come alive with droves of tourists visiting the popular beach areas. Temperatures around this period may hit as high as 30o and 40o during the day. The mountain resorts offer cooler temperatures. Around June heading into September, the crowds start to thin out.
Fall in the Cyprus islands is a beautiful experience, definitely worth the visit: the crowds are smaller, the beaches emptier, and the wine festivals kick off all around the island. The prices also fall with the thinning crowds. For those keen on enjoying the islands interior nature, a visit in early spring would be most scenic. The island’s vegetation comes alive as flowers and trees blossom and bloom, filling the area with colourful mosaics.