Trikomo – The Largest Town in Cyprus in the Northeast of the Island

Trip to Trikomo

Trikomo – The Largest Town in Cyprus in the Northeast of the Island

If you’re planning a Cyprus holiday, trip to Trikoma can be your best choice, as it’s about thirty minutes from the airport. For international travelers, who make use of an international travel agent, Trikoma holidays become even easier to plan, with numerous trips arranged and fixed according to your requirements. Trikoma is also well-known for its restaurants, bars and clubs and so is a good base for your stay in Cyprus. You’ll find many people walking around in the Old Town of Trikoma, taking in the beautiful sights and sounds of the ancient city. There’s a great deal of activities on the beach, in the parks and in the surrounding towns and villages, and there’s something to suit everyone.

If you decide to go on holiday to Cyprus, the first thing you should do is pick a budget to stick to. There are many hotels in Trikoma located all over the old town, and they are generally competitively priced. The hotels and resorts offer varied packages for groups or families, so if you’re travelling as a group (which probably describes most of us) you can split the cost of the hotel and food between yourselves. Most Cyprus properties are fully furnished, so you won’t have to spend hours searching for bed linen and towels, and the kids will sleep in a clean bed.

If you’d like to treat yourself to a private villa, one of the many villas in Trikoma is available for hire; some come with their own swimming pools and other amenities, but many are available in shared villa settings. Many of the villas in Trikoma are a short drive away from the beach, which makes them ideal for families or groups planning to holiday in Cyprus. If you book a villa, you’ll get to experience the authentic Turkish hospitality and culture that’s all part and parcel of being a local of Trikoma – you’ll feel very at home! Your villa could be situated in the charming historic district of Cokertme, which is only a few minutes’ drive from the heart of old town in Trikoma.

For those of us who love to shop, the shopping and boutiques in Trikoma make it a fine holiday retreat; there’s plenty of boutiques and fashionable shops spread out along the main roads leading into the old city centre. But don’t worry – there’s more than enough to keep both your feet busy and your eyes peeled for. With a growing number of small bars and eateries now operating out of the old harbour area, you can explore the many new eateries in and around Trikoma and surrounding towns such as Famagusta, Ayios Dimitrios and Famagusta Bay – all housed in their own stylish and affordable hotels. If you’re looking for souvenirs and gifts to take home from your trip to Cyprus, then these little shops are the ideal way to do it: from traditional jewellery to hand-made local souvenirs and even workwear, you’ll have plenty to choose from.

If you’re planning to travel further north to take in the cultural, historic and natural beauty of the northeast of Trikomo Cyprus, then you should head straight north from your hotel, taking a taxi or bus to the village of Maslama. It’s here that you’ll find the oldest part of Cyprus, dating back to the eighth century, and it’s a region with a rich history and colourful present. Travel north for just over an hour, visit the ruined church of St. Nicholas, take a dip in the beautiful river Derneis (the Maid of Cyprus) or engage in a range of water sports or simply enjoy the peaceful environment that surrounds you.

Finally, if you’re looking for a bit of culture and history during your trip to Trikomo, head up north until you reach the village of Famagusta. Famagusta was one of the largest towns in ancient times, so it comes as no surprise that you can still find traces of that past here. The locals are friendly and welcoming and offer delicious traditional Cypriot dishes that you can try, including their signature hummus and rice. It’s not far to get to the top of Mount Troodos, so if you’ve never visited this part of the island before, it’s worth considering setting out for some climbing.