If you fancy visiting the wonderful island of Cyprus, look no further than a holiday to the fishing village of Polis. The quiet tourist resort boasts amazing beaches which are perfect for a spot of relaxation. History buffs will be thrilled to know the spot where Aphrodite is said to have met Adonis is nearby – be sure to visit the fascinating Baths of Aphrodite and the medieval ruins of the Gialia monastery. In the evening, sample the island's delicious cuisine at one of the many traditional restaurants in Polis Square.
There are plenty of direct flights to Polis available so make sure you shop around to find the best deal. With low-cost airline easyJet flying into the country, Polis is the ideal place for budget-conscious travellers to visit. Various other airlines such as flythomascook, British Airways, Thomson Flights and Jet2 also offer direct flights. If you decide to take a holiday to Polis, you'll fly into Paphos International Airport – it's the islands second largest airport.
Your best option to take advantage of your surroundings during your holiday to Polis is through hiring a car. This way it's completely up to you to organise your itinerary exactly how you want to. Although you'll be able to hire a car once you land at the airport, it can work out expensive. To save money, book your car before you leave and have a good look online for the best deals – make sure you book as far in advance as possible.
If you're on a strict budget there will be plenty of cheap hotels in Polis for you to choose from – just conduct plenty of research online before you take the plunge. If a hotel is out of your price range, why not look into camping instead? You can bring your own equipment and have the choice to spend as much or as little as you like. There's an amazing site called Polis Chrysochous Campsite where you can set up on the beach.
Eating out can be expensive, especially if you have a lot of mouths to feed. Thankfully you can still enjoy the delightful eateries even if you're watching your pennies. Although the main square has an abundance of tasty restaurants, they can also come with steep prices. Ask the locals for their favourite cost-effective places to eat and they will be able to offer you some great suggestions.
Updated 19th June 2013
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