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To the north east of North Cyprus lies the 'Panhandle', or Karpas Peninsula. Alternatively spelled Karpaz, the region stretches from near Famagusta to the northern-most tip of Cyprus. The Karpas covers a substantial part of the island and extends to 80 kilometres in length and up to 20 in width.One…
Untouched nature and golden beaches in North Cyprus. Protected natural park where Cypriot donkeys live.
You'll find the best unspoilt beaches here. A drive to the monastery is a must, where you'll be stopped by the donkies requiring feeding. Take plenty carrots.
To the north east of North Cyprus lies the 'Panhandle', or Karpas Peninsula. Alternatively spelled Karpaz, the region stretches from near Famagusta to the northern-most tip of Cyprus. The Karpas covers a substantial part of the island and extends to 80 kilometres in length and up to 20 in width. …
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“Kantara is reckoned to be the place where Isaac Komnenos surrendered to Richard the Lionheart in 1191, like Buffavento and St Hilarion. During 1228-30 it was occupied by the troops of the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II who was struggling for his take-over of the island. Kantara Castle figured prominently in the war during the Genoese invasion, when the regent John of Antioch was smuggled out of prison in Famagusta disguised as a pot-tinner. James I added the fortifications to the caste and from this vantage point his garrison was able to keep watch over Famagusta and the surrounding area. After the Venetian invasion in 16 th the castle was partially dismantled and its significance faded. Set on a rocky summit at the eastern end of the mountain range, Kantara is just 700m, the lowest of the castle trio. However, it has commanding view up the Karpaz peninsula, all along the northern coastline and down to the plain to Famagusta . From this position it was used as a beacon station to communicate with Buffavento and St Hilarion to the west. ”
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“Rizokarpaso (Turkish: Dipkarpaz) is a town on the Karpas Peninsula in the northeastern part of Cyprus. While nominally part of the Famagusta District, it has been under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus since the partition of the island in 1974. Rizokarpaso is one of the largest towns on the peninsula. Soil near the town consists of terra fusca which is very fertile. Local crops include carob, cotton, tobacco, and grain. The town's surroundings are famous as the wildest and one of the most unspoilt parts of the island. The municipality's territory features the Karpaz National Park, home to the Karpass donkey and some of the finest beaches of the island.”
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“Natural reserve, beaches, nudist beaches, hiking routes. Apostolos Andreas Monastery. Wild donkeys.”
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“Delicious Food good choice from the Menu. Sit and relax at the outside bar. Advisable to book for Friday & Saturdays.”
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