Famagusta district (North)

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Famagusta district is a region that spans both Cyprus and Northern Cyprus. This article covers only the northern Turkish-Cypriot side of the district; see Famagusta district (South) for the Greek-Cypriot side of the district.



  • Famagusta — the district capital has a medieval centre, and a modern ghost town on its outskirts
  • Kaplıca — village on the northern coast, fronting a popular beach

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  • Karpas Golden Beach. Probably the best beach on the island, white sands, clear waters, completely unspoilt from development (apart from a few wooden bungalows). Turtle nesting place.
  • Apostolos Andreas Monastery.






Burhan's Golden BeachDipkarpaz, road to Apostolos Andreas. Wooden huts, nice restaurant, almost straight on the Golden Beach. Very basic amenities.

Teko's PlaceDipkarpaz, road to Apostolos Andreas. Semi-wooden huts, OK restaurant, almost straight on the Golden Beach. Very basic amenities.

View HotelDipkarpaz, road to Apostolos Andreas (Right next to Apostolos Andreas). Very old hotel with basic amenities, in major need of renovation.

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