Hotels & Apartments
Cyprus certainly has its fair share of hotels and apartments on offer. Like with other destinations, it depends on what you are seeking from your holiday to Cyprus. Do you want to stay in a bijou, secluded hotel or an apartment right on the beach?
Our advice would be to have a research of areas of Cyprus first and foremost and then you have a good foundation from which to search for accommodation.
Prices range from around €300 per night for 5-star accommodation to about €30 per night for selected apartments and hotel rooms.
Self-catering villas are great if you are coming to Cyprus with a family and want the freedom of some outside space and areas to cook and relax. Again, decide on location first and then there are lots of comparison and booking sites where you can find a good deal.
You can either opt for a complex of villas where you often share amenities such as pool, bar and cafes or you can book a private villa. Prices can range anything from €70 approximately and the island’s luxury villas can sleep as many as 20.
Hostels & Campsites
There are various hostels dotted about Cyprus with great rates for single travellers or groups, with prices around €15/€20 per night per person. They tend to be in the bigger towns and can be searched for in all the hostel comparison websites.
Camping in Cyprus isn’t that common but there are a couple of well-appointed campsites in the south of the island set up for tents and caravans with good facilities. If camping is your sort of thing, some of the locations – where you can see the coast from your tent – can’t be beaten.
Prices are roughly about €6 per night for a person and a tent.
Polis Camping Site sits right on the beach in an eucalyptus grove, walking distance from Polis centre.
Feggari Camping Site can be found at Coral Bay, 11km north of Pathos.
Troodos Camping Site is situated in the pine forests, just 2km north of Troodos resort.