Bafra is part of the Karpaz Peninsula in North Cyprus. This area is recognized for its pristine beauty with lovely sandy beaches, clear blue Mediterranean waters and a rugged spectacular coastline all framed by the Besparmak mountain range.
Near Bafra is the beautiful and quiet fishing village of Bogaz. Fishing boats sail in and out of the harbor all day and their catch is sold on the quayside to local restaurant owners and locals which means there are many good fish restaurants and tavernas around.
Bafra offers kilometers of sandy beaches along the coast from Turtle Beach in the north to Famagusta in the south. The roads are excellent with direct highways to Nicosia, Kyrenia and all airports on the island. Cyprus is full of historical sites and architecture such as the 13th century BC Salamis Ruins, 25 km south of Bafra and the 13th century Strongylos Castle just 5 km southeast of Bafra.
Karpaz Gate Marina which is one of the Mediterranean’s largest marinas is 20 minutes drive north with more than 300 berths and unique facilities and infrastructure.