The Dipkarpaz village is the gateway to North Cyprus’ north east peninsular and resembles the Mediterranean of old, and is one of the least developed parts of Cyprus. The mid-point to entering a traditional way of life unchanged for generations. Eco tourism is a fast developing attraction bringing world visitors from far and wide, and local islanders alike. Kilometer long beaches, historical buildings and plenty of natural activities can be found here.
The village is of importance and is where village inhabitants exist of mixed nature, both Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot inhabitants reside. Subsequently, significantly a mosque and an Orthodox Church are side by side. You will find restaurants, bars and coffee shops both of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot origin. There are several emporia market stores typically, selling a mixture of all types of necessities and food, as found in most villages as you travel through the villages.