North Cyprus Holidays all inclusive

In today’s world of ever-increasing financial pressures, many people are understandably concerned to make their holiday budget stretch as far as possible. There are many North Cyprus hotels that offer extremely good overall value for money and the country is not in the Eurozone, which results in prices being comparatively low. However, if you stay somewhere on a bed and breakfast or self-catering basis, you obviously need to factor in the costs of eating out. Even with the excellent value in Northern Cyprus, this will of course need to be figured into your likely total costs.


For this reason, all-inclusive North Cyprus holidays are becoming increasingly popular. There are a number of hotels offering all-inclusive stays, such as the Merit Park Hotel, Merit Crystal Cove Hotel, Lapethos Hotel and Salamis Bay Conti Hotel. These all mean you can enjoy the wonderful climate and excellent cuisine, and relax with a cold drink by the pool without having to worry about the bill at the end of your stay. Hotels offer a range of all-inclusive offers; some provide everything, whilst others do not include spirits, or only include local drinks. We can naturally provide you with full information about the hotels that suit your requirements the best.


As another alternative to aid in planning ahead, you could also consider booking on a half-board or full-board basis. Many hotels offer this option, which means that either your breakfast and evening meals, or breakfast, lunch and dinner are included. This will, however, not include any extras, such as drinks or snacks. It is also worth noting that in general, all hotels around the world charge a daily rate for any board basis and do not refund any meals that are not taken. In general, flights tend to arrive fairly late into North Cyprus and depart quite early. Therefore, although you might book a hotel for seven nights on a half board basis you may only actually use the meals for six of the days. Although this is quite normal, it is worth getting pen, paper and calculator out before you travel to make sure what actually represents the best value.


Finally, it is also worth pointing out that not only is eating out in North Cyprus generally extremely good value, it is also a wonderful experience. The choice of restaurants is enormous and the food is universally excellent. Prices naturally vary depending on where you eat, but even in the most popular and spectacular places, such as Kyrenia Harbour or Bellapais Village, you will find them significantly cheaper than even a ‘normal’ provincial restaurant in the UK and some of the very best restaurants will still see you coming home with change from £20 per person for a three-course evening meal.