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Location: Karpaz Peninsula, North Cyprus

So you think you can’t find peace and quiet in an unspoiled corner of the Mediterranean? NOT TRUE. Join us on a voyage of discovery in Karpaz...

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The site is located about 2 miles from the village of Yenierenkoy which acts as the gateway to the Karpaz Peninsula. The site consisting of 30 donums of land (about 10 acres) lies adjacent to the main road through the Karpaz area leading up to Dipkarpaz and the golden sands beach some 30 minutes drive further on.

The site is above the road and has panoramic views up and down the coast with access to its own beach some 500 yards away. The site is bordered by agricultural land where no further planning permissions have been granted for further development.

The sea is immediately in front of the site to the north and the mountain form a backdrop to the south. The land slopes up to the rear of the site and is sheltered and secluded.

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The Karpaz Peninsula and Peninsular Heights

The Region

It is not often that one comes across a part of the world where western commercialism and the tourist industry has not found a foothold but the Karpaz region of Northern Cyprus is one such location. In order to reach it one has to make the effort but the rewards are worth it.
The Karpaz peninsula is a nature reserve and protected area as it is home to a number of species of green sea turtle which come back to the same beaches year on year to breed. The best beaches in Cyprus are located on the Karpaz Peninsula, the best of these being the Golden Sands Beach on the southern side of the peninsula near the tip. But it is not just the sandy beaches that makes the Karpaz area so different from the rest of the island.
The area is sparcely populated and is therefore a haven for those seeking a quiet and traffic free environment. The area is made up of the foothills of the mountain range that spans from east to west along the northern coastline, the rolling dunes coming up from the sandy bays and fertile fields sandwiched between the hills and the sea.
The gateway to the Karpaz area is the village of Yenierenkoy. Between it and the second largest village of Dipkarpaz lies the Peninsular Heights development with access to a sandy beach some 500m away. The development overlooks the sea and has uninterrupted views up and down the coast. The location of the site acts as a springboard for those wishing to explore the area more fully.

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Main villages

Yenierenkoy village

The main gateway to the Karpaz Peninsula with a population of some 2500 people. There is a selection of small shops including a pharmacy , small supermarket, petrol station and restaurants.

Proposed marina / Hotel / beach complex

Proposed development around a new marina with shops, banks, restaurants and bars. Development has detailed planning consent with construction due to commence 2006 located just outside Yenierenkoy near the development by Tanyel overlooking the small fishing harbour.

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Second largest village on the peninsula with crossroads leading to the north and south sides of the peninsula tip. The village has a mixture of churches and mosques and is the last big village on the peninsula.

Main Hotels, Motels and beaches

Halk Plaj (public beach)

A small beach with BBQ in summer about 4km from the site

Malibu Beach Motel

A restaurant and a cafe located on the sea front with a small sandy beach next to the fishing harbour about 3km from the site. Ideal for snorkelling and children

Hotel Theresa

A small family run friendly hotel (currently being expanded) with accommodation, restaurant and man made beach about 1 km from the site.
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Beach Restaurant

A new large sea front restaurant only 200m from the site with apartments to let.

Blue Sea Hotel & Restaurant

Good hotel located on the south coastline adjoining a small harbour inlet about 20 minutes drive from the site.
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Oasis Hotel, Karpaz

The Oasis at Ayios Philon is set high on rocks above the ancient Roman harbour.
>> visit the Oasis Hotel website

Golden Sands Beach

A long stretch of uninterrupted golden sands and rolling dunes on the south side about 30 minutes drive from the site. Reputed to be one of the best beaches around the Mediterranean.
There are numerous other smaller inlets and sandy bays ideal for snorkelling only a short drive from the site any of which can be accessed by car or a short walk to the beach.

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Places of interest

Ayia Trias

Small ruined 5th century basilica with excellent mosaic flooring on the outskirts of the village of Sipahi

Panayia Eleousa

Abandoned 16th century monastery with small whitwashed church

Ayios Philon

Site of the ancient city of Karpasia and 10th century church and 5th century basilica. Old roman harbour still survives. Small café and museum


Ancient Christian settlement with shells of three churches clustered together leading to a necropolis of rock tombs. This is the furthest point of the road on the north side of the peninsular.

Apostolos Andreas Monastery

A place of pilgrimage for many Cypriots known as the 'Lourdes of Cyprus' where many come in their hundreds on Assumption Day (Aug 15) and St. Andrews Day (Nov 30) to seek cures for their ailments from the spring in the grotto below the church which is said to have special healing powers. The current buildings are from the 19th century.


From the Apostolos Andreas Monastery it is only another 15 minutes drive to the 'land end' and the rocky outcrop of Kastros with its abandoned meteorological customs hut. It is only about the last 200m that you can see both sides of the island coming together to form the very tip of Cyprus.
There are a number of other ruined churches and monasteries most of which are accessible by car or a short walk. The area is home to a number of wild donkeys that wander around so care should be taken when driving through.
To the south of Yenierenkoy lies the fishing village of Bogaz with its small fishing harbour and restaurants. The village is becoming very popular as a stop off point before entering the Karpaz region. The village is served by the Exotic Hotel and Bogaz Hotel (currently being expanded). Bogaz is about 30 minutes drive from the site.
A new fast road is being constructed between Girne (Kyrenia) and the Karpaz region which will greatly reduce the time it takes to arrive in the Karpaz area from the northern part of the island. The quickest route is from the south via Farmagusta, Salamis and Bogaz where it takes about one hour to reach the site.

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