Stunning Studio Apartment in Thalassa Beach Resort CyprusEuroresales Property iD- 9825332Property information:We are in no doubt that Thalassa Beach the largest and most prestigious beachfront development in North Cyprus offers a wonderful opportunity to purchase a realistically priced home in the Mediterranean. Furthermore, with its internationally recognised title, Thalassa Beach Resort clearly represents excellent and secure investment potential.Situated on the shores of the south-facing side of the Karpas Peninsula,Thalassa Beach Resort lies within the newly-developing area of Bafra. The old village of Bafra has been identified as a major tourism area and is currently being developed as the Government’s $260million tourist resort. The resort area already includes high class hotels like the $70million, five-star luxury Kaya Artemis Resort & Casino, Noah’s Ark, Limak and ConcordeThalassa Beach Resort’s initial project comprises of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom luxury apartments and penthouses in an unparalleled location with spectacular views of the Mediterranean. Each apartment’s layout blends comfort with contemporary living; constructed and finished in the finest materials, these beautiful homes combine the best qualities to provide a uniquely comfortable, stylish and convenient living environment.All apartments feature spacious bedrooms and generous lounge areas.in addition, these luxurious residences have good sized outdoor terraces, the perfect invitation for alfresco breakfasts and evening suppers. Ground floor apartments have the added luxury of their own private pool. The penthouse apartments are absolutely stunning, with extensive roof-top sun terrace with Jacuzzi, BBQ area, shower and panoramic views.About the Area:NORTH CYPRUSFACTS & STATSClimateOfficially the seasons in North Cyprus are Autumn in October, Winter from November to March, Spring in April and May and Summer from June to September. Average daily temperatures in July and August start in the mid to high 30s, whereas April, May, June, September and October enjoy more bearable average temperatures starting in the mid 20’s – in total, this allows for on average 300 days of sunshine a year. Rain can be expected December through to February and night time temperatures can be quite cold.CurrencyTurkish Lira – this is the official currency of North Cyprus, however sterling, Euros or US dollars are readily used. There are plenty of money exchange shops and banks so no need to change all your currency into TL before travelling. Other payment methods such as credit cards, eurocheques and travelers cheques can also be used. You can also draw money from many of the banks using their cash machine facilities – although check with your bank about the level of charges that you will incur for international withdrawals.EconomySlightly hampered by ongoing embargoes due to the political divide between south and north Cyprus, North Cyprus’ main income earners are from tourism, education and casinos.GeographyCyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and Northern Cyprus lies directly 70 km south of the Turkish mainland. its neighbours include Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, israel and Greece. The Turkish Republic of North Cyprus makes up around one third of the island of Cyprus, and The Republic of Cyprus occupies the remaining two thirds to the south of the island. The total area of the entire island is approximately 9,252 sq km, and North Cyprus covers a total area of around 3,515 sq km.Historyit would be impossible to keep the history of the island of Cyprus short! it’s history, dating back to around 7000BC is rich with rulers and religions, from being part of the Roman Empire, an island given away by Richard the Lionheart, to being one of the most successful trade points in the world under the Lusignans and Venetians, to being conquered by the Ottoman Empire and subsequently then leased to the British when it fell into decline, in 1878. it then gained independence in 1960 under the Treaty of Zurich but unfortunately inter communal disagreements led the UN to intervene in 1964, with a final coup attempt in 1974 from Greece being blocked by the intervention of Turkey, ending with a dividing of the island to the north and south. A UN referendum in 2004, proposing unification, was voted against by the Greek Cypriot population in the south and so the island remains divided still today.