Biblio Globus, the international parent company of Biblio Travel, are the largest inbound operator to Cyprus with 475,000 passengers. This vast number of holidaymakers represents 25% of the islands’ total tourism market. Therefore, with a head office on the island and a wealth of experience in servicing guests there, it’s no surprise that the UK team see Cyprus as the ideal destination to kick-start their holiday program.
Given the impact Covid-19 continues to have on the decision-making of tourists as to when to book their next getaway, the summer months of 2021 are expected to be an ultra-late booking market. While tour operators often recommend booking early to ensure best availability of airline seats and accommodation options, Biblio Travel anticipate that they may very well be helping holidaymakers plan their last-minute escape.
In addition to the knowledge Biblo Travel has in ensuring travellers have a fabulous time in Cyprus, the reliable climate is a big reason the company expects people to flock there in Summer 2021 and beyond. The weather during the months of summer is generally hot, with temperatures hitting as high as 31C in August. The chance of rain remains very low, especially between the end of May and the first half of September. But Cyprus also offers a great getaway location for the October half term break meaning that this destination has a particularly extended season.
Flying into Cyprus gives access to the islands’ best beach holidays, in less than an hour you can reach our top resorts of Nissi Beach, Ayia Napa, Paphos, Pissouri and Protaras. Meanwhile, the city of Larnaca itself is popular for long weekend breaks owing to its sumptuous cuisine, historical sightseeing opportunities and delightful blue flag beaches.