Find properties in North Cyprus with Emapark
If you are looking for property for sale in North Cyprus, you have come to the right place! Emapark lists the very latest property in Northern Cyprus from a range of estate agents in North Cyprus. Emapark has North Cyprus property in all the major towns, from villas in Kyrenia to apartments in Famagusta.
Property in Kyrenia
Kyrenia (Girne) is a fantastic place to visit and explore. There are plenty of shops and markets to wander around in and when you are done, you can relax in one of the many restaurants and bars down at the harbour.
In its heyday Kyrenia Harbour was lined with warehouses in which were stored the fruits of the countryside whilst they awaited export. The harbour is currently used largely for pleasure craft, and the buildings are now mostly all restaurants, with outdoor tables along the water. At night, especially in the summer, the harbour is the place to be and to be seen. Enjoy a leisurely dinner with family or a lively drink with friends.
Property in Karpaz
The region offers some of the finest beaches in the whole of Cyprus and indeed some judge that the golden beaches of the Karpaz peninsular are amongst the finest in Europe if not the world. The clean clear waters that wash against the golden sandy beaches attract endangered species of green sea turtles that return every year to nest, so conservation and protection of the environment is of a high priority in this region.
It is a peaceful and quiet place where one can bond with nature, imagine spending the whole day on a wonderful sandy beach swimming in crystal clear waters and even camping overnight to see the sea turtles come ashore and lay their eggs.
Property in Nicosia
Nicosia (Lefkosa) is the capital and the largest city of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), which has a population of around 73,000. Home to the main government headquarters and foreign representatives, it is also the seat for the United Nations and the European Commission offices. Lefkosa is the last remaining divided capital city in the world, with the northern (Turkish) and southern (Greek) parts divided by the “green line” boundary. However, since 2003, there have been no restrictions on border crossings for EU citizens in Cyprus, who are free to cross and spend as much time as they wish on either side of the border by producing their ID cards or passports at crossing points which are open 24 hours a day.
Property in Morphou
Morphou (Guzelyurt) is famed for its fragrant citrus groves and fresh markets selling an array of local produce. Located in the West of North Cyprus, this market town is no ordinary tourist destination, as you can enjoy a wonderfully slow pace of life in beautiful rustic surroundings. Guzelyurt is also famous for its annual Orange Festival, a major event lasting two weeks.
Surrounded by fragrant citrus groves and famous for being the fruit-bowl of North Cyprus, Morphou is one of the islands greenest and richest agricultural areas, you will enjoy sampling the regions deliciously juicy strawberries and citrus fruits ,orange, lemon, and grapefruit, from the local covered market.
Property in Famagusta
Famagusta (Gazimagusa) is blessed with fine beaches, with excellent facilities and clean, safe bathing and snorkelling. This harbour town is a fantastic destination for summer holidays as the bay itself is an expanse of golden sands.
Restored and pedestrianised since 1996, the old town of Gazimagusa is a veritable outdoor museum and a real delight to explore, soak up the sunshine and people-watch in quaint cafes. It is an excellent hub for eating-out, shopping and recreation. Gazimagusa is also close to the vast Roman ruins of Salamis, and a day trip to its ruins and beaches is an absolute must when you visit North Cyprus.