Ammochostos (Famagusta) and its surroundings offer great beaches for the visitors of Cyprus, and loads of sunshine. The area is mostly used for agriculture, and the farm and eco-tourism of Cyprus is based on this part of the island. You can find traditional windmills, aqueducts and historical sites, too. Famagusta is a great place if you want to review the traditions of Cyprus.
Agia Napa is a fishing village with loads of character and a monastery from the Venetian era. The monastery also has a fountain. The characteristic village offers many things to see and do for tourists, from night life to stunning shops.
If you would like to know more about life in the Mediterranean, you should visit the Marine Life Museum. The small harbour also offers many great taverns, bars, fresh fish and great view. You can see real fishing vessels setting off or just arriving after the day. If you choose South Eastern Cyprus as your destination, you can relax and explore many water sports at the same tie: water-skiing ad scuba diving.
Protoras village nearby will get you to explore the past, with its stunning windmills and sandy beaches. Paralimni, although has the best taverns and is a great place to explore for food and wine lovers.
Near Ammochostos, Capa Greko has loads of caves and fantastic beaches. The country scene is bringing you back to the innocent times of Cyprus, and the sunsets are romantic as well as quiet.
You can find smaller churches in Sotira and other remote villages, and they are worth to explore. They are not in the tourist books, but you can find many of them too great to miss,
Liopetri is famous of its basket making tradition, and Potamos Liopetriou can offer you the real ultimate experience: to see fishermen returning from the sea in the evenings and mending their nets.