This is part of the harbour in Kyrenia, we went down there on a couple of occasions, once in the day and once in the evening. We would take public transport, which meant walking to the main road and flagging down one of the many white minibuses that drive up and down all day and night. This is far much better than getting a taxi as it gives you more of a local experience and also it is about ten times cheaper. I always used to have a good chuckle about how funny we must have looked.
It was quite a bustling place at times, compared to the village where we were staying . The main part of the harbour is actually very picturesque, especially at night when it is lit up by all the twinkling lights of the waterfront tavernas. There are lots of interesting shops, a few that sold nothing but mountains of very delicious Turkish delight , in every flavour your heart could desire. We had a Turkish coffee, thick and sweet, in one of the expensive waterside bars, where they tried to keep their customers cool with giant fans, and comfortable in soft, homely chairs.
At night it was humid and sweltering, my jeans stuck to my legs, there weren't as many people around as we thought there would be, maybe they only come out much later. Anyway , we had a pleasant meal and walked along the harbour wall, which was relatively deserted , save for a few fishermen gazing into the blackness of the ocean. And if you're into history the area is rich in it, as you can see by the castle on the right hand side. Incidentally, I saw more casinos in this little town than I have seen anywhere, apart from Las Vegas.