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Car hire Cyprus
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Cyprus offers visitors the chance to uncover its ancient history and cultural heritage while basking in glorious sunshine. The best way to admire this Mediterranean gem is by cheap hire car in Cyprus.

Nicosia is the capital city of Cyprus. Its walls were built by the Ventians and still stand alongside ancient shops. Interesting places to visit include the Cyprus Archaeological Museum, the Folk Art Museum and St John's Cathedral.

Limsassol, Cyprus’ second largest town, is best explored by car rental for utmost pleasure and discovery. A tour of Cyprus’ wine country takes in vineyards located on the nearby Troodos Mountains. Curium is also nearby - one of the most enchanting archaeological sites in Cyprus. Amathus lies to the east but the ancient capital is in ruins; however, the Acropolis, Necropolis and the remains of an early Christian basilica still stand.

Paphos is a popular resort town, and a UNESCO World Heritage site. By hire car, explore the majestic coastline of Upper Paphos before sampling a delicious fish dish from one of the buzzing tavernas along the harbour of Lower Paphos. Those with an appetite for archaeology will enjoy the House of Dionysus, a Roman villa showcasing fine mosaics.

Stop in Larnaca to enjoy a breath of sea air while admiring the yachts in the harbour. Other attractions include Agia Faneromeni Church, Larnaca Fort and the Archaeological District Museum.

Daytrips by cheap hire car in Cyprus include visiting the town of Ammochostos and the beach resort of Ayia Napa. Kakopetria offers a more secluded spot for exploring the mountains and the Akamas Peninsula is the only remaining unspoilt coastline.