Here are some places of interest that you may want to visit while you are in Kyrenia:
Ancient Graveyard Of Girne (Baldoken Graveyard), Antiphonitis Church, Bellapais Abbey, Saint Hilarion Castle, The Castle Of Kyrenia (Girne ), The Church Of Arkhangelos (Icon Museum), The Kyrenia Museum Of Folk Art, The Museum Of Public Arts, The Museum Of Sunk Ship, Karmi, Kervansaray, Lapta, Kormacit, Lamboussa.
Kyrenia also known as Girne was founded by Achaean settlers in the 10th century B.C. and was known for many centuries as one of the ten kingdoms of Cyprus. The Byzantines later fortified the city in the 7th century B.C. and built the original castle that was later expanded by the Lusignans, and later on by the Venetians. Under Ottoman rule the city remained as a minor port. Later on under British rule a harbour and Quay were built. The British Empire used the town as waypoint on the routes to other corners of the world. It was considered as the ideal rest stop for officers and their families due to it picturesque and romantic atmosphere.