Scuba Cyprus is the first and largest professionally run dive school and centre in North Cyprus. Founded in 1990 by a group of friends, Scuba Cyprus has kept it's family values throughout the years and offers divers and non divers alike a professional, safe, reliable and fun experience. We have bases dotted along the Northern Coast of Cyprus in Kyrenia and are proud to say that we are the only diving school in North Cyprus to have a wooden gullet ( www.scubacyprus-boattrips.com ) in Kyrenia Harbour offering day trips throughout the year for both divers and non divers alike aswell as dive trips from our Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIB) off Camelot Beach in Alsancak.
The unique reefs in Cyprus house a variety of fish and the warm and crystal clear waters of the Meditteranean make Cyprus a fantastic destination for divers. Non divers can also enjoy the unspoilt landscapes, natural beauty and historical sites throghout the island. Family run resorts, holiday villages and big 5 star hotels cater for all needs. The Cypriots are renowned for their hospitality, warmth and delicious cuisine and will ensure you have a truly unique holiday to remember.
Cyprus, the third largest island in the Mediterranean, just 40 miles off the southern coast of Turkey, is divided into two with the Turkish residing in the Northern part and the Greeks in the South. The border between the two countries was opened in 2003 allowing European passport holders and locals to travel to and from each side freely 24 hours a day, meaning cheap flight deals can be sought from one of the three airports in Cyprus. Ercan, Larnaca and Pafos.
Cyprus's strategic position has meant that it has been a stepping-stone between the East and the West throughout history of the ancient world. Cyprus has had a diverse history stretching over more than 9000 yrs from the stone ages to present times. Aphrodite the Goddess of Beauty and love is said to have been born on the island, which is also documented to have been a present to Queen Cleopatra as a token of love and affection from the Roman Emperor Julius Cesar. These are but a few tiles of the rich mosaic of events in the history of Cyprus.