Cyprus is the third largest of the Mediterranean islands after Sicily and Sardinia. The island measures 240km long by 100 wide. Syria and Lebanon are situated to the east, Egypt is to the south and Greece is to the northwest. The island is dominated by two mountain ranges.

Notable features on the chart are The Akrotiri Peninsula; the city of Limassol and Salt Lake. The Akrotiri Peninsula lies on the south of the island and separates Akrotiri Bay and Episkopi Bay. Within the peninsula, Salt Lake can be seen which is the largest inland body of water on the island. The city of Limassol lies adjacent to Akrotiri. The main feature of the island’s shape is the Karpass Peninsula which is a long figer-like peninsula and is the most prominent geographical feature of Cyprus.


  • Location: Cyprus
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
  • Surround lighting: Yes
  • Frame: Black, 600*500mm