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North Cyprus is an ideal location for property investment, whether you're looking for a second home, somewhere you can buy-to-let, a place to raise your family or some where to retire in the sun.

Cyprus is located in the Eastern Mediterranean with Turkey 40 miles north, Syria 60 miles east, Lebanon 108 miles south-east, Israel 180 miles south-east and Egypt 230 miles south. North Cyprus is a strategic crossroads among Europe, Asia and Africa.

Since 2004 investment into property in Northern Cyprus has surged. Prices are currently half the price of the South and still as low as 30% of the cost of a villa or apartment in other Mediterranean resorts such as Spain. Beautiful and tranquil, the island remains unspoilt and comparatively undeveloped. North Cyprus offer a wealth of beauty, history and culture; the absence of high rise buildings, very low crime rate, and the presence of thousands of years of history put Cyprus on top of any prospective Mediterranean home.

The coastline of North Cyprus offers fine, uncrowded beaches with the mountains providing a lovely backdrop offering good walking. In the spring there are many wild flowers including some endemic to Cyprus.

The seaside town of Kyrenia with its surrounding mountain villages offers all the modern facilities of a European town.

North Cyprus has four major towns, the capital being Lefkosa (Nicosia), which serves as the main administration and business centre. The other main towns Magosa (Famagusta), the country's principal port; Girne (Kyrenia), the main tourist centre well known for its ancient harbour, and Guzelyurt the centre of the citrus fruit industry.

Situated on the north coast of Cyprus, Kyrenia, with its 6,000 year long history, unique remains of countless civilisations, miles of natural beaches, calm sea, and mild climate is an idyllic Mediterranean town. The town offers the most magnificent scenery on the island with countless shops, markets and local cafés.
The harbour provides a visual feast, with beautiful, whitewashed buildings and colourful boats sheltering under a massive, Byzantine castle. During the day, Kyrenia Harbour is sleepy and relaxed, but as sunset beckons, there is a magical transformation as locals take their evening stroll and the restaurants prepare for their guests.
Strolling through the streets of the old town, you will never be far away from the ruins of the Lusignan walls and towers which originally formed a protective curtain around the town. The castle is now home to many historical artifacts and is the current resting-place of the world's oldest shipwreck.

Just a few minutes drive away, lies the fairy-tale castle of St.Hilarion. Rumoured to be the original inspiration for Walt Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty', St Hilarion was built during the crusades offering  stunning views of Kyrenia and the whole of the island's northern coastline. The castle is named after St. Hilarion, a hermit monk who fled from persecution in the Holy Land and lived and died in a cave on the mountain.

The serene and popular village of Alsancak is located in the foothills of the Kyrenia Mountain range, in one of the most beautiful areas of Northern Cyprus. Restaurants and shops are in abundance and a supermarket is nearby. The area’s fine beaches, which are among the cleanest and safest in the Mediterranean are also close by. Most recreational activities are equally close at hand, including paragliding, scuba diving, and jet skiing in the clear blue waters.

There are bars and casinos, a water park and a full range of water sports, as well as horseback riding and other active sporting activities. The natural beauty of the surrounding countryside provides an abundance of pleasant sights, offering fabulous walks along wooded mountain paths, and historical buildings and archaeological sites.

Set high above the village of Lapta, Baspinar, offers breathtaking views, with a sleepy atmosphere and cooling breeze.

The tranquil village of Bellapais stands in the Kyrenia mountain range, some four miles from the coast. Offering breathtaking views, tiny streets and ancient buildings around every corner, the village has changed little since it was immortalised by Lawrence Durrell in the 1950s.  The main feature of Bellapais is undoubtedly the abbey. Still in use today for classical music concerts, most life in the village revolves around this famous monument. The abbey comprises of a church, refectory, dormitory and storage rooms grouped around an inner courtyard. 

Catalkoy offers shops, restaurants and sandy beaches in the near vicinity.

A small village located half way up the hill on the road up to the mountainside village of Karmi / Karaman. The larger village of Karaoglanoglu is approximately 1 mile down the hill with supermarkets, restaurants and sandy beaches.

A quiet mountainside village with superb scenery and a mixture of Europeans, Turkish and Cypriots. The ideal retreat for those wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern day life.

A small village located just a mile east of Kyrenia with its own small sandy bay. The village is conveniently located on the bus route and has several restaurants, shops and a large supermarket all within walking distance.

Karaoglanoglu, a sought-after suburb of Kyrenia, is famous for its lemon and olive groves which sprawl the hills and the fields. It is home to Kervansaray Beach one of the most popular beaches in Kyrenia, and also some excellent restaurants, supermarkets, and a fantastic English school and University. The Chapel of St Fanurios, carved inside the caves on the coast, the Statue of the Unknown Soldier, the Peace and Freedom Museum as well as the Open Air Museum are all places worth visiting.

The picturesque village of Karmi is situated approximately 4 miles west of Kyrenia and is 1,000 ft above sea level giving virtually every house breathtaking views along the coastline. Most houses in Karmi have been restored in a traditional manner often with flagged floors, beamed ceilings, stone arches and roof terraces set in an array of flowers, plants and trees. The village offers restaurants, a bar, pub and village shops.

Offering stunning views of the highest mountain in the Besparmak mountain range, Karsiyaka has a shops and some good fish restaurants located close to the waters edge.

Renowned for its fresh water springs and laid back way of life, Lapta is a sprawling village approximately 9 miles west of Kyrenia. The village offers spectacular views of both sea and mountains with restaurants and some good beaches.

A popular village with Europeans and Cypriots alike, the village has excellent views to Bellapais, the mountains and the Mediterranean offering a good selection of restaurants.

Located between Alsancak and Karaoglanoglu on the lower slopes of the mountain range is the area of Yesiltepe. It is conveniently located close to several sandy beaches, restaurants, bars, hotels and shops and is not far from the main coastal road.

Within easy access of Kyrenia yet set in a tranquil, rural position amongst olive groves and overlooked by the spectacular St Hilarion Castle, Zeytinlik offers a small but good selection of restaurants, a couple of shops and a supermarket.

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