콘텐츠로 바로가기
Natural Feature

Golden Beach

현지인 11명이 추천하는 곳

현지인이 제공하는 팁

Stelios
Stelios
February 3, 2020
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…
Serdar & Niki
Serdar & Niki
December 22, 2019
This beach has rave reviews for many good reasons, add your review to the many previous visitors.
Helen
Helen
September 11, 2018
A Beach Lover's paradise! Travel towards the Karpaz Peninsula to this stunning 2 mile long natural sandy beach where you may be lucky enough to spot a sea turtle in it's unspoilt habitat. This journey is a must on the way to The Big Sand Restaurant and Donkey Sanctuary.
Mohammed
Mohammed
August 22, 2018
Best beach on the island.
Olivier
Olivier
April 15, 2018
Google it and look at the pictures!

주변의 추천 숙소

  1. 호텔 객실
  2. 침대 20개
KARPAZ FARM GUESTHOUSE
  1. 호텔 객실
  2. 침대 6개
Rizokarpaso farm guest house
  1. 저택 전체
Taş ev / STONE HOUSE
  1. 개인실
  2. 침대 10개
Karpaz Stone House
  1. 호텔 객실
  2. 침대 3개
Theresa Hotel at Karpaz Penincula
  1. 개인실
  2. 침대 2개
Bed & breakfast best view
  1. 개인실
  2. 침대 2개
Bed + breakfast with a nice view
아직 후기 없음
  1. 개인실
  2. 침대 1개
Pomegranate House
  1. 아파트 전체
  2. 침대 2개
King's Mountain 1
아직 후기 없음
  1. 아파트 전체
  2. 침대 4개
Balci Plaza beyond expectations.
  1. 개인실
  2. 침대 1개
Wè offer you best value...
  1. 개인실
  2. 침대 2개
Bed + breakfast with a nice view
  1. 아파트 전체
  2. 침대 3개
King’s Mountain 2

현지인 추천 장소

Natural Feature
“Natural reserve, beaches, nudist beaches, hiking routes. Apostolos Andreas Monastery. Wild donkeys.”
  • 현지인 3명이 추천하는 곳
Establishment
“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. ”
  • 현지인 16명이 추천하는 곳
엔터테인먼트
“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 of the most unspoiled places anywhere in the whole of the Mediterranean region, the Karpas is home to an outstanding number of birds and its northern and eastern shores have some of the most beautiful and deserted beaches in North Cyprus - in fact in the whole of the island. The Karpas region is rich in subterranean water reservoirs, so crops including fruit, olives and tobacco are grown in abundance, although in many of the small villages dotted around the region a tractor is still a novelty and many jobs still rely on traditional horse-drawn tools. The other main source of income for the region now is fishing, with the villages of Bogaz and Kumyali being the main centres for fishing in the Karpas. During the 20th century, some mining was carried out along parts of the Karpas, which are rich in various minerals, but these mines closed long ago and little evidence of this industry remains today apart from a few deserted buildings. ”
  • 현지인 19명이 추천하는 곳
해산물 요리 전문점
“Traditional rustic Turkish fish restaurant set on the edge of the water where you can watch the sunset.”
  • 현지인 1명이 추천하는 곳
Place of Worship
“Apostolos Andreas Monastery - It's not as glitzy as other churches, with a plain, small interior holding an iconostasis with some lovely icons from the late 19th century. But the Monastery of Apostolos Andreas, sitting facing the sea near the tip of the Karpas, remains one the island's most important religious sites. On 15 August and 30 November, coachloads of Greek Cypriots make the long trek out here on pilgrimage to visit this monastery where miracles are reputed to take place. The monastery’s reputation for miracles was obtained during the time of St Andrew (the patron saint of sailors), who reputedly restored the sight of a ship’s captain when he arrived from Palestine. Since then, attested-to miracles range from curing blindness and epilepsy to healing the crippled and granting extraordinary wishes.Before 1974 the monastery was well supported by its devotees and pilgrims but since then – isolated from its patrons and with only a few Greek Cypriot caretakers – the great monastery has had a slow and steady deterioration. Turkish Cypriot authorities began to allow a small number of pilgrims to enter the North on organised visits to the monastery from 1996. Today, with the crossings opened, the pilgrimage is far simpler and the faithful can visit this site of holy miracles unescorted. A long overdue restoration project on the monastery buildings, carried out by the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage, began in 2013. Although work is still ongoing on peripheral buildings, the main monastery church restoration was finished in 2016 and the church has been reopened to the public ”
  • 현지인 3명이 추천하는 곳
위치
Rizokarpaso