Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

Mariandy Hotel

Provides you with Hospitality & Family Atmosphere in Beautiful Relaxed Surroundings.

About Cyprus

Cyprus is situated in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea, about 70km, south of Turkey, 100km, west of Syria, 772km. southeast of the mainland of Greece and 350 km. north of Egypt.

The maximum width of the island is about 225 km.( from Cape Arnauti in the west to Cape Apostolos Andres in the northeast).The maximum “height” is 97km. The total area is 9.250 square km.

After Sicily and Sardinia Cyprus is the largest island in the Mediterranean.

To the North lie the Kyrenia Mountains which consist mainly out of Limestone .

The Mountains go up to about a 1000 meters and what is most striking about them are the sharp cliffs and frayed edges.

More to the South East of the island dominate the Troodos Mountains with Olympus (1953m) as highest top of the island.

This Mountain range slopes more and climbs gradually to a height of 2000 meters.

Mesaoria, a very fertile plain, lies between these mountain ranges.

The south and East coast are known for their wide bays and here one can find some harbours: Famagusta, Paphos, Larnaka, and Limassol.

There aren’t many rivers in Cyprus. They are more like mountain streams which have only water in the springtime.

Cyprus used to have a lot of woods in the ancient times, but at the turn of the 20th century the mountain slopes were almost bare as a result of deforesting and fires.

At the present almost a fifth of the island has some woodland by planting new trees and forests.