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There's no data sheets for Cyprus so this is where I chime in.
NOTE: this is about the Greek side, not the Turkish side (North)

Where and when

It's a little island in the east Mediterranean near Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece. Takes about 2-3 hours to get from one side to the other. You'll find flights here from anywhere. Internet is your friend. Two airports, Paphos and Larnaca. Land in Larnaca if you're going to Ayia Napa as it is closer but everywhere else is the same.
Population of around 850.000. Places to hit up: Ayia Napa, Protaras, Limassol and Paphos. These are places are seaside, Cyprus has the cleanest beaches in Europe.
The best time to go to Cyprus is in the summertime. It is perpetually sunny so weather is never an issue. May - September is the ideal time to go, particularly July and August. Tourists flock to the island, all the hot women are back from university and everyone is on holiday. A little warning however, in the summer the temperature ranges from 35c - 42c with shit tons of humidity. You'll leave the island looking bronze.

Languages

Greek, English mainly. Some Russian could help you with the Eastern European crowd.

Prices
Frappe (ice coffee) - 2-5eur
Bottled water - 0.5-1eur (2 in Ayia Napa, Nissi Beach)
Drinks in the club e.g. Vodka Red Bull - 7 - 12eur. That's about as much as it goes, good amount of alcohol
Pint of beer - 3.50 - 6eur depending on beer
Bottle service - Absolut Vodka 120-150eur, Grey Goose ~220eur etc.
Cigarettes are slightly cheaper than Western European countries & US e.g. Marlboro Lights - 4.50EUR

I'd say its cheaper than most Western European countries.

Women

Cypriot girls are pretty similar as all other Mediterranean girls (Greek, Italian, Spanish, Lebanese). They mostly good looking and are meticulous about the way they take care of themselves, how they look etc.
Usually have a great sense of style once they hit around 19/20 (leave the island for university) and always keep in shape. Looks aren't an issue since they're all self-conscious (facebook mind games).
Their flaw however is their attitude. Many of them are bitchy seeing as they have a spoiled upbringing and have "high value" (on the surface) guys bouncing off them everywhere they go. Ego is big on them and if they know they're hot, expect shit tests.
The best way to get to them is social circle game (hit me up through here). Most guys here don't do approaches as the social scene is pretty tight and introductions take place. Either way, for approaching consider that some shit their pants when you approach them and others love it. It is hit and miss depending on the venues.
We are blessed with a lot of Eastern European women as well. These girls are all smoking hot, fit bodies but hard as fuck. Some of them are hardcore gold-diggers and some work for the underworld (in these casino internet cafes/betting shops/cabaret) but theres a minority who are no strings attached. These are the ones who know they're hot but are aware that they wont get by just on that (goldmine).
A little sidenote, this applies for everywhere but Ayia Napa. Ayia Napa is filled with tourists, so anything goes.
Limassol: Women described as above
Paphos: Women described as above, with more English women.

Definitely hit up your hotel, lots of tourists in Cyprus in the summer. I used to work at a hotel for a while and I personally vouch for the hotness/ease.

Men

95% of them are betas. The rest are cleaning up. Beware of chode orbiters following women around and be careful of testosterone filled douchebags who will be aggressive in some instances. Trust your radar for this one.

Accommodation

There's tons of hotels in Cyprus, finding a place isn't difficult. In Ayia Napa all of the affordable ones are near the main bar/club strip so it shouldn't be an issue. Ayia Mavris is the street to look out for.
Limassol: Anywhere along the tourist road which is on the beach. It changes names from area to area but it's where 90% of the hotels are, you can't really fail.
Paphos: same as above, these places thrive off tourism.

Game

Day game - beach or cafes with beach being most ideal.
Night game - Clubs are alright but its good to go a bit early (10ish) and hit up pubs and karaoke bars, to avoid cliques being formed.

Venues

Clubs open are 12.30 and are open until 5-6am depending on the venue.

Limassol

Clubs: Breeze, Dolce, Bellini (all high end, dress G manifesto-ish, look the part). In the first two, turbos flying around everywhere, haven't been back to the last one yet. Basement and Triangle are in the main tourist strips and you'll find tourists at them. Easy to pull but ratios often fucked up.

Strip clubs: PLENTY. Mirage, Silk & Velvet are probably the most consistent ones. Lap dance is 10eur if I recall correctly. Easy to bang a prostitute, it will cost you around 100eur, maybe more if you're foreign. I don't really bother but message me and I'll find out info if you really want tard. Also, don't try to be a smartass because they can and will fuck you up.

Bars: Guaba Beach Bar which plays electronic music and is rated in the top clubs in the world (opposite Mirage strip club, can find dancers), Sousami (gay bar with hot women and house/reggae music), Chaplins bar (day2), Step Inn Irish Bar (karaoke and tourists). There are lots and they are all infront of you.

Expect lots of Cypriots and Eastern European women.

Ayia Napa

Clubs: Most popular are Castle, Black and White, Abyss. Haven't been in 2 years but these ones are the consistent ones. Expect lots of English and occasionally Swedish tourists.

Strip Clubs: Toga Toga is the most popular one. Guys on scooters will come and give you tickets or whatever but don't let them rip you off. Negotiate. The others aren't really worth mentioning, bad ratio of hot women in them.

Bars: Bedrock, Senor Frogs. Bars everywhere, just go where you see the best women & deals.

Shit to do

Most tourists I see who come here just come to tan on a nice beach and forget their problems.
I'm not big on the sightseeing in Cyprus there's a few cool things to do.

- Bungee jumping in Ayia Napa
- Going to Akamas forest and camping for a night
- Renting a buggy and going on a tour

There's a lot of touristy stuff but I'm not too into that. Anything else, just ask.
Great data sheet...I always wondered about Cyprus.
I remember Agia Napa as being one big fuck-fest over run by drunk kids from norway, sweden, denmark and england.
Mediocre hotels where service is shit, not to metion the food and the whole place being overpriced.
Youths come here to party, get shit drunk, fuck and tan.
There are stories about "clamydia pools" and sick orgies.
Norwegian papers always write articles about this place and the sensless stuff that goes on here and arguing against sending their daughters and sons on singel vacation trips here.

The Island is very popular amongst scandinavian youths and Agia Napa is rated as having one of the worlds best nighlife and party scene.
I could'nt disagree more!

But the Island is beautiful and have stunning beaches with crystal clear blue water.
I would never go back here though!

-rdp
Not exactly.The real game in Agia Napa are the Russian women.The Scandinavian may tease and strip but at the end the Russian are the ones who ride the bikes and cars of the guys to the hotels.Almost every Russian girl there gets banged.

Chlamydia pools remind me of the "pregnant by pool water" stories.
(07-03-2012 08:10 AM)Greek kamaki Wrote: [ -> ]Not exactly.The real game in Agia Napa are the Russian women.The Scandinavian may tease and strip but at the end the Russian are the ones who ride the bikes and cars of the guys to the hotels.Almost every Russian girl there gets banged.

Chlamydia pools remind me of the "pregnant by pool water" stories.

Russian ones don't go to Ayia Napa anymore, it has deteriorated by drunk English lobsters with the occasional hot Scandinavian/German/insert blonde nationality here group of women.
I last visited Agia Napa two years ago.Now lots of Russian tourists come to Rodos Kreta due to liberation of visa procedure for FSU by Greek authorities.
Great Data Sheet

(07-02-2012 04:53 PM)Kikz Wrote: [ -> ]Accommodation

There's tons of hotels in Cyprus, finding a place isn't difficult. In Ayia Napa all of the affordable ones are near the main bar/club strip so it shouldn't be an issue. Ayia Mavris is the street to look out for.
Limassol: Anywhere along the tourist road which is on the beach. It changes names from area to area but it's where 90% of the hotels are, you can't really fail.
Paphos: same as above, these places thrive off tourism.

Ok.

But where is the best place to stay?
(07-04-2012 09:30 AM)thegmanifesto Wrote: [ -> ]Great Data Sheet

(07-02-2012 04:53 PM)Kikz Wrote: [ -> ]Accommodation

There's tons of hotels in Cyprus, finding a place isn't difficult. In Ayia Napa all of the affordable ones are near the main bar/club strip so it shouldn't be an issue. Ayia Mavris is the street to look out for.
Limassol: Anywhere along the tourist road which is on the beach. It changes names from area to area but it's where 90% of the hotels are, you can't really fail.
Paphos: same as above, these places thrive off tourism.

Ok.

But where is the best place to stay?

Depends on your budget. If you can afford it (5 star): Four Seasons, Apollonia, L'onda and Amathus. Shout out to Le Meridien as well.

Mid range/3-4 star hotels: Poseidonia, Crowne Plaza

Low budget: Estella Hotel Apartments, Jasmine Hotel Apartments

These are all in Limassol.

Ayia Napa has Alion (5*) and Grecian Sands (4*). The rest are all hotel apartments which are similar.
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