Why hire a car in Cyprus?
That all important first mile - driving out of the Airport:
Ayia Napa is the party capital of the Mediterranean, no-one does it better
Ayia Napa is a big draw for partygoers, but in reality it accounts for only a fraction of the visitors who come to the island. Laid-back living is the order of the day across most of Cyprus.
Peace and quiet rules, but the warm air can tempt you to a vibrant town for a night out to remember.
Hospitality is as important to Cypriot culture as sunshine - expect a warm reception.
It gets hot. Really hot. Average temperatures in coastal areas stay in the mid-20s all year, but in July and September this can reach a scorching 30°C. Renting a car makes it easy to cool off, - either turn the air-conditioning up, or head inland to the Troodos Mountains where skiing is possible in the winter.
Never order the meze unless you have an elasticated waistband. This is the meal that just keeps on giving. A meze comprises of a seemingly endless supply of dishes being brought to your table throughout an evening. You will not go home to your hotel, or the UK, hungry.
King of the six-pack, Peter Andre, and singer, Tulisa Contostavlos both trace their roots back to Cyprus
Some say that the Cypriots were last in the queue to receive a gift from God. He had nothing left to give, but they persisted so he gave them intrigue. We’d say that he gave them a whole lot more than that.
"Cyprus lies at the crossroads of three continents, where East meets West and a new experience awaits you under the sun every day." - Visit Cyprus
They drive on the left - just like us.
Fill up the tank in the morning. You'll be hard pushed to find a petrol station open after dark.
If you're driving up to the mountains, take a cushion.
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