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Currency: In the south the euro is used (in €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500 notes). If you travel north, the Turkish lira is the official currency, though euros, pounds sterling and US dollars are often accepted.
Cuisine: Dine on fresh fish and grilled meats, flavoured with aromatic herbs – all with a large helping of warm Cypriot hospitality.
Tipping etiquette: A service charge of 10% will usually be added to your bill, but if not you can add it yourself.
Transport: Hire your own car or book a private tour to make the most of Cyprus’ many sights.
When to Go
In the summer months – particularly June to September – Cyprus is at its most popular with warm weather and buzzing beaches. You’ll find a cooler, quieter island in autumn and spring, when colourful wildflowers bloom and the landscape is vibrant – perfect for exploring on foot or by bike. Many flock to the country in winter when you can ski alongside the Gods on Mount Olympus.
Cypriot crafts make excellent mementos – pick up local silver trinkets, linens made with Lefkara lace and soft leather goods.
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