Discover Top Aerial Views of Cyprus

Drone Tour of Cyprus
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This is Cyprus

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Top contributor Raf_Neo created this spectacular aerial tour of his home country of Cyprus, in the eastern Mediterranean.   If you've wondered what Cyprus looks like, this video is for you.  Treat yourself to epic aerial shots of Lara Beach in Pafos, the famous Erdo III shipwreck of of Peyia, the Limassal marina, Kalavassos Tenda, and the town of Lernaca.  The video ends with some great shots of Ayia Napa, the well known beach resort town on the eastern end of the island, the third largest in the Mediterranean.

Aerial Views of Cyprus
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Amazing country - Cyprus 2018

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Cyprus has some incredible sights to see especially when seen from a drone.  AirVūz contributor Soteris takes us on a flight with his DJI Mavic Air above the beaches that lead up to brilliantly blue waves of the Mediterranean Sea.  Throughout this reel there are some elements of surprise like a waterfall tucked away in a mossy forest and a rusty shipwreck out on the open sea water.  Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and Sardinia) but has historically been much less well known.  

Mediterranean Beaches
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Cyprus Beaches

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Contributor and drone pilot Habazaje created this memorable aerial tour of the beaches of Cyprus an island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.  The video includes footage of the areas Paphos, Ayia Napa, Nissi Beach, Fig Tree Beach, Blue Lagoon, and Coral Bay.  The views of the crystal blue waters will help you understand why Cyprus has become a popular beach destination for travelers all over Europe; as the third largest island in the Mediterranean it's still surprisingly unknown.  

Cyprus Shipwreck
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Three Stars Shipwreck Akrotiri Limassol Cyprus

Iain Jordan

With its location along key shipping routes in the Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus has become the final resting place of many ships going back to the Antiquity.  Wrecks of both older and more recent vintage dot the waters surrounding the island, the third largest in the Mediterranean.  Contributor Iain Jordan used a DJI Phantom 3 drone to create this amazing aerial video of the Akrotiri Limassol (Three Stars) shipwreck which sank in the waters of the Mediterranean after catching fire in 1972.  

Ayia Napa: Cyprus Beach Destination
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Ayia Napa in 60 Sec.

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Ayia Napa is a small resort town on a peninsula on the eastern end of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.  The town is heavily promoted by the Cypriot government, which has plans to make it the most popular resort area in the Mediterranean over the next two decades.  An ambitious goal but not impossible given what the island has to offer.  Contributor Valentinos Loucaides created this amazing video of the town, which is the site of a monastery built in the 12th century.  

Nicosia's Russian Church
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Russian Church Cyprus - Nicosia (XIRO XPLORER V 1080p)

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Nicosia is the largest city on the island nation of Cyprus as well as the country's capital.  Located in the middle of the country, the city has been inhabited for several millenia.  The newest highlight of Nicosia is the just-built Russian Church, a gold-domed architectural marvel which just opened in 2017.  Contributor Soteris used a drone to create an amazing bird's eye look at the church as it was nearing completion.  It's the first Russian-style church to be built on the island.  

Belapais Monastery
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Bellapais Monastery Kyrenia North Cyprus

Iain Jordan

The Bellaplais Abbey is an 800 year old structure built in the northern part of the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus.  The site itself dates back to the Antiquity, where it was used to hide from seafaring Arab pirates.  Contributor Iaian Jordan used a DJI drone to make this amazing bird's eye view of the Abbey, which sits on a hilltop overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in the distance.  They Abbey is situated in Kyrenia, on a portion of the island which is controlled by Turkey.    

Cape Kormakitis
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Cape Kormakitis North Cyprus

Iain Jordan

Cape Kormakitis is a point on the northern part of the island of Cyprus, in the Turkish controlled part of the country.  It points directly at the Turkish city of Anatalyua, which lies to its northwest across a stretch of the Mediterranean Sea.  Contributor Iaian Jordan flew his drone out over the tip of the cape, giving us an amazing bird's eye view of the deep blue waters and the mountains of the interior of the island.  

Wind Turbines of Cyprus
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Cyprus: Larnaca Aerial Tour

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Contributor and drone piloy Raf_Neo was able to put together this awesome aerial look at a wind farm on the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus, his home country.  Given its high dependence on imported energy sources, Cyprus has been keen to develop its substantial windpower potential.  Taken with a DJI Mavic Pro drone, the video does a great job of showing a modern wind farm in operation, and also provides some nice views of the Cyprus countryside.

The Blue Lagoon
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Blue Lagoon, Latchi, Cyprus. Near Baths of Aphrodite

Pavel Suchkov

Some of the most beautiful scenery on the Eastern Mediteranean island nation of Cyprus lies in its northwestern corner, on the Akamas Peninsula.  Pavel Suchkov created an amazing aerial tour of the area, which includes the village of Latchi, the Baths of Aphrodite, and the Blue Lagoon.  The last is a spectacular beach area where boats and yachts can dock in shaded areas.  Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and it is home to some of the oldest human settlements in Europe.  

Limassol's Oval
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The Oval Limassol Cyprus

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Limassol is the second largest city in the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus and the largest in its southern region.  The skyline of Limassol has been transformed by the construction of the distinctive looking Limassol Oval, which opened in 2017 and became the tallest office building in Cyprus.  Contributor Soteris was able to fly a drone around and over the Oval, treating us to an outstanding bird's eye view of this amazing piece of modern architecture. 

The Rock of Aphrodite
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Aphrodite's Rock - Cyprus .. Beautiful Aerial Video

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Get a bird's eye view of a very famous rock in this drone video by Markos_026.  It's called Aprodite's Rock, and it's off the coast of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean.  Sometimes also called "Rock of the Roman", it's off the coast of Paphos, at the western end of the island.  It's closely connected to Greek mythology, as the reputed home of the great goddess of the same name.  Technically a sea stack, the natural landmark is considered to be one of the world's most recognized rock formations.  

The Mining Legacy of Cyprus
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Planet Mars: Nicosia Copper Mine

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The Mediterranean island of Cyprus is synonymous with copper.  Literally.  The Greek name for the island is "Kupros".   Copper mining on the island dates to thousands of years BC.  With its best mineral resources having been extracted, mining is no longer a significant part of the economy of Cyprus.  That being said, the heritage is still visible.  In this video, contributor Soteris used a drone to film a copper mine "lake" (distinguishable by its colorful appearance) near the Cypriot capital city Nicosia.

Cyprus Asbestos Mine
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Amiantos Mine & Diamond Hidden Lake, Troodos, Cyprus

Iain Jordan

While the Mediterranean island of Cyprus is closely associated with copper mining, the red metal is not the only mineral to be found on Cyprus.  Another is asbestos, whose fibers were used extensively for insulation before it was discovered that they are highly carcinogenic.  In this video, contributor Iaian Jordan used a drone to film the Amiantos asbestos mine near the center of the country.  Like all asbestos mines, it's been closed, leaving a substantial legacy of cleanup costs.

Southeastern Cyprus
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Discover the beauty of South-East Cyprus - Protaras & Ayia Napa

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White sand beaches, crystal clear waters, dozens of pools, stunning sunsets - what more could you ask for? Jan Majer Cyprus Photography shows us southeastern side of the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus. Protaras is a resort town known for its beaches and Fig Tree Bay. Ayia Napa is also a resort town known for its beaches, as well as its historic Ayia Napa Monastery which is now surrounded by bars and nightlife.  Cyprus is the third largest island in the sea by land area.

Modern Day Cyprus Shipwreck
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Ship That Ran Aground

Arsen Poshotian

If you think shipwrecks are a thing of the distant past, check out this amazing aerial view of a very recent shipwreck in Cyprus, courtesy of contributor Arsen Poshotian.  In December, 2011, the 80 meter (around 265 ft.) Sierra Leone-flagged ship was headed from Limassol on Cyprus to the Greek island of Rhodes (Rodos).  It hit a storm and ran aground near the port of Pegeia on the far western end of the island, with all crew members rescued.    The ship is off-limits to divers.  

Konnos Beach
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Konnos Beach, Cyprus Spring Time in Paradise

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Check out this beautiful aerial video of a beach in the far southeastern corner of Cyprus, compliments of contributor and drone pilot JAN MAJER CYPRUS PHOTOGRAPHY.  Konnos Beach lies near the tip of Cape Greco, a peninsula which extends from the southeastern region of this Mediterranean island nation.  It lies just to the north of the Cape Greco Forest National Park, which covers much of the peninsula.  It's just a short distance to the east of Aiya Napa, the country's largest resort town.

 

Amathus: Iron Age City
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Amathus Cyprus, the oldest Citadel in the world.

Nour Dupir

Contributor Nour Dupir created this amazing drone video of an important ancient ruins site on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.  Amathus was an Iron Age city on the southern shore of the island, dating to about 1100 BC.  It was closely associated with the goddess Aphrodite, whose home was Cyprus.  The city was founded by Cinyras, an ancient king of Cyprus who is much mentiond in many stories of Greek mythology.  It continued to be an important city through Roman times.

Yeronisos: Uninhabited Island
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Yeronisos island,Pegeia - Cyprus .. Aerial Video 4k with FPV

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Check out this amazing drone video of a tiny uninhabited island off the coast of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea, compliments of contributor Markos_026.  Yeronisos is situated just off the western coast of the country, the third largest island in the Mediterranean.  Uninhabited for centuries, the island was recently excavated and was found to be the site of an ancient temple dedicated to the Greek God Apollo.  That discovery halted all attempts to develop the island.  

Aerial Tour of Cyprus
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"This is Home" Cyprus

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Check out this drone video for an aerial tour of the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus.  Far less well known than islands like Rhodes or Ibiza, many would be surprised to know that Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean by both land area and population - only Sicily and Sardinia are larger.  It's a land of beautiful aqua seas dotted with massive rock formations, quaint seaside villages, and impressive modern-looking cities.  

DJI Mavic Pro over Cyprus
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Simplicity in Cyprus - Aerial with DJI Mavic Pro

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Contributor Pedrolftvares used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this beautiful aerial tour of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.  Ride along for the bird's eye views from across this amazing place, the third largest island in the Mediterranean and the largest in the eastern side of the sea.  You'll see the island's white sand beaches and torquoise waters, the rocky areas of its coastline, some of its mountainous interior, and even some of the ancient ruins which dot the island.  

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