You can find on this page the Cyprus tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Cyprus tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Cyprus in Southern Europe.

Cyprus tourist map

Map of Cyprus travel

The Cyprus tourist map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Cyprus. This travel map of Cyprus will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Cyprus in Southern Europe. The Cyprus tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Cyprus experienced a boom in the number of trips by tourists in September 2021, as 339,242 people visited the island, the Statistics Service of Cyprus has revealed. According to the authority, this figure is 288.4 per cent higher than the corresponding time in 2020, when 87,334 tourist arrivals were registered. However, compared to the pre-pandemic levels, the number of arrivals remains low by 35.3 per cent accounting for 524,707 visitors. Cyprus tourist map also shows a positive trend for the January-September period, as the total number of arrivals reached almost 1.3 million – 153.7 per cent more than in 2020 when 512,184 arrivals were recorded and 60.1 per cent fewer than in September 2019 (3,260,546 arrivals).

The highest number of arrivals recorded came from the United Kingdom, with 97,741 arrivals representing 28.8 per cent of all visitors, followed by Russian visitors (88,983), Poland (20,625), Ukraine (14,14,767), Greece (19,944), and Germany (12,608) as you can see in Cyprus tourist map. Moreover, data from 2020 also shows that more people came to Cyprus to reconcile with their families and relatives (13.4 per cent), more than in 2020 (9.1 per cent) and in 2021 (9.3 per cent). The Mediterranean country has a population of 1.22 million, and the main industry is tourism as it accounts for around 18 per cent of all nation economy.

Cyprus is highly dependent on international tourism. The sector accounts for more than 25% of total employment. Tourism is a vital economic sector of Cyprus. Every year, approximately 2 million tourists visit Cyprus providing economic growth and employment for the country. In 2014, for instance, tourism revenue amounted to 2.44 billion Euros contributing approximately 14% to Cyprus GDP as its shown in Cyprus tourist map. The impact of climate change on tourism is generally expressed in terms of a Tourism Climate Index. This index typically consists of elements describing daytime thermal comfort and daily thermal comfort (including the effect of relative humidity), precipitation, hours of sunshine, and wind speed. This index was estimated for Cyprus for the period 2071 - 2100 using regional climate model output based on an intermediate scenario of climate change (the so-called IPCC SRES A1B scenario). The results were compared with index estimates for the 1961 - 1990 period. From these projections it was concluded that the considerable warming of about 4°C projected during summer (when the majority of tourists visit Cyprus) will have a negative impact on the tourism industry of Cyprus in the distant future (2071 - 2100, compared with 1961 - 1990).

Cyprus attractions map

Map of Cyprus tourist attractions

The Cyprus attractions map shows all monuments and sightseeing of Cyprus. This tourist attractions map of Cyprus will allow you to easily discover monuments, museums ans places to visit of Cyprus in Southern Europe. The Cyprus attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

There is no shortage of ancient sites in Cyprus, but Kourion is the pick of the bunch. Romantically situated across a coastal cliff with tumbling views of the countryside and Mediterranean below as you can see in Cyprus attractions map, it is a magical place. The entire site is vast, but the most famous places to visit while here are the theater and the House of Eustolios, which holds a clutch of fine, well-preserved mosaics. One of the Mediterranean most beautiful castle ruins, St. Hilarion is an old Crusader bastion and home to many myths and legends. Local lore claims the castle itself was built by a fairy queen, who used to charm local shepherds on the slopes here. The castle extensive ramparts and chambers snake up the mountain and are explorer heaven. Easygoing Larnaca, on the island southeast coast, may be a seaside resort, but it is kept its local soul. This is by far the most laid-back base for holidaymakers here. All the facilities for sun- and sand-based fun can be found, but the old crumbling Turkish Quarter (called Skala) and ornate Agios Lazaros (Church of St. Lazarus) give the town an interesting historical edge, while the center itself has retained the atmosphere of a proper workaday town rather than just a summer resort.

Lovers of history will be enchanted by the ancient attractions in Cyprus as well. The most beautiful region in Cyprus is the lonely and rugged Karpas Peninsula, which stretches out in a long finger of golden beaches backed by rugged hills in the northeast of the island (in north Cyprus). It is Cyprus least trodden area with sublime hiking, quaint villages, and hidden historical sites in abundance. Venture out for the day in a car (the area has virtually no public transport) and visit the mosaics of Agia Triada at Sipahi village before heading further northeast to remote Dipkarpaz village and the small ruin of Agios Filon church as its shown in Cyprus attractions map. The huge archaeological site of Ancient Salamis is home to a wealth of marble ruins and ranks up there with Ancient Kourion as the top historical site on the island. Wandering along the dirt tracks of Salamis between sets of ruins from a muddle of different time periods is a lesson in the vast history of Cyprus.

If castles had cuteness competitions, Kolossi would surely come up trumps. This tiny but perfectly formed castle just outside of Limassol is an old Crusader stronghold and a reminder of Cyprus importance for the Europeans during the Holy Land Crusades. Even along Cyprus buzzing south coast, there are regions where you can escape the crowds. Cape Greco is a rugged and rocky coastal national park covering the promontory that makes up the island's southerly tip. There is a variety of walking trails here that start just east of the resort of Agia Napa. The Troodos Massif (Troodos Mountains), in the hill region of the southwest, are packed full of pretty villages full of stone-cut traditional houses and cobblestone alleys. The Troodos churches are so important historically that nine of them have been given UNESCO World Heritage status as its mentioned in Cyprus attractions map.