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Many visitors chose to visit the wonderful island of Cyprus during the months of October and November. At this time of year the temperature is still delightfully warm by day - feeling almost summery - yet with noticeably cooler evenings. In the Paphos vineyards and forests of Troodos, the leaves start to change colour, and the countryside is veritably lit up by a stunning display of crimson and gold.

In the popular resort of Paphos, a variety of water sports are still offered during October, and the majority of visitors still happily swim in the gleaming Mediterranean - that retains much of its summer warmth - right up until early November.

Cyprus has both inspired and seduced visitors for decades. From the Mycenean Greeks and attacking Persians to the mighty Crusaders, decadent Ottomans and, more recently Russian and British expats - each and every one has influenced the Cyprus we see today. And, on top of its fascinating history and culture, Cyprus also offers the best of all holiday worlds - with stunning beaches, azure seas, long summers and wonderful cuisine.

Cyprus has many loyal visitors from the UK who return to the island year after year, lured both by the climate and also the comforting hints of home - including the traditional red post boxes and the Cypriot's habit of driving on the left. Venture away from the traditional resorts, and you will find a whole new world of delights - with elegant villas, the ruins of ancient castles and glimpses of Islamic minarets peppering the pretty landscape.

The Cypriots as a race are known to be extremely welcoming - and they particularly love children! This is a country where the locals are always keen to chat to their visitors, and it is all the more wonderful for that.

Its hospitality is surely second to none.

Cyprus really is an absolutely ideal location for anyone looking to take a relaxing holiday in beautiful surroundings. It is perfectly possible to opt for a cosmopolitan experience - taking in the modern resorts of Limassol, Ayia Napa, Larnaca, Paphos or Nicosia, or, alternatively, to opt for an 'off the beaten track' approach by exploring the glorious and largely unspoilt countryside.

The wonderful island of Cyprus is positively drenched in both mythology and sun, and stands at the crossroads of several ancient civilisations.

This heady combination makes it an unforgettable destination. It is no wonder that so many people return again and again.

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