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What to see in Iskele
- This picturesque little fishing village on with its charming
harbour, fish restaurants and cafes is a popular getaway
Castle - standing at a height of 2,068 feet, is quite
magnificently placed astride the near-east end of the jagged
Five- finger mountains. It is sufficiently well preserved to
show the quality of its architecture and the remarkable
bastions that flank the entrance. The castle was built by the
Byzantines in the 11th century.
Karpas peninsula (or the panhandle) is the easternmost part of the island
of Cyprus, where the land tapers into a thin strip which streches out
Andreas Monastery - This
is one of the pilgrimage centres of Orhodox Church of Cyprus, and is at the tip
of the Karpas peninsula.
- Kantara Castle
- The museum contains
mainly archeological artefacts from the Bronze Age as well as a section
mainly concerned with geology, birds, reptiles, insects and some of the wildlife of
Iskele (Trikomo) on interactive map