The Town Lefke was in the English occupation era an important residential area for miners. In the 10th century BC the Phoenicians started planting date palms, which are still the emblem of the town. A coffee shop on the edge of the valley offers fresh juices and the opportunity to taste and buy different kinds of candy sweets. Lefke is also an Islamic religious centre as the hometown of Sheikh Nazim Alnaqshabandi, a Contemporain Sufi saint. It is a popular destination for religious and cultural excursions in combination with Güzelyurt, Soli ruins and Vouni Palace.

West Coast - general - CMC Pier - Gemikonagi 2

West Coast - general - CMC Pier - Gemikonagi 1