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Karpaz (Karpas)

kaThe Karpas peninsula, also known as Karpasia, Karpas, Kirpasha, Carpasia or Dipkarpaz, is located on the far eastern stretch of North Cyprus. Stretching right up to the tip of the island, it’s often referred to as the “panhandle”. The Karpaz Peninsula has miles and miles of wonderful Karpaz beaches. In fact, it is quite normal to share the sea shore with donkeys rather than other tourists...

Dipkarpaz is a present day town, and Carpasia was the ancient city where the ruin of Ayios Philon stands.  It was once a very densely populated area during both the Roman and Luisignan times, but now it is far less so. Looking for the best beaches on the island? The Karpaz peninsula has some breathtaking beaches, wonderful walk paths and is literally polluted with ancient churches, monuments, remains and ruins.  Part of the area is also now a designated National Park, where feral donkeys are allowed to roam free and nature is pretty much left alone.

Karpaz BeachThe Karpaz is also largely an agricultural area producing crops, and you will find that most local inhabitants have animals and land, but tourism also obviously plays a large part in the economy too. Moreover, about 46 sandy beaches in the Karpaz comprise the main nestling ground for the endangered Chelonia Mydas and Caretta Caretta sea turtles in the Eastern Mediterranean. In 1992, about 1,500 rare female turtles laid eggs on the shores of North Cyprus. The last colony of European Audouin seagulls nest on the small Klidhes isles at the tip of the Karpaz Peninsula in North Cyprus.

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