North Cyprus is the 3rd largest island of the Mediterranean and the least unspoilt with miles of deserted sandy beaches and clear blue sea ideal for spending time either for holidays or outdoor activities. Turkish Cypriots are as warm and friendly as the Cypriot sunshine. It covers an area of over 3,000 square miles and is mainly populated by Turkish Cypriots but is now becoming more popular with British people and other foreign nationals. The main language spoken in Northern Cyprus is Turkish however English is widely spoken. It is situated in the Mediterranean with Turkey, Africa and the Middle East close by. The main source of Northern Cyprus income is mainly tourism. Addition to swimming in crystal water, soaking up the sun 300 days of a year, North Cyprus offers wide range of  special tourism products such as  bird watching, golfing, turtle watching,  diving, cycling, historical site visit, nature visits, eco/agro-tourism, walks to endemics, traditional village fests.


Capital of North Cyprus: Lefkosa

Population of North Cyprus: 265,100

Languages in North Cyprus: Turkish

Time in North Cyprus: GMT+2 (GMT+3 Mar-Oct)

Currency: Turkish Lira