Zeytinlik, also known as Templos in Greek is a Turkish Cypriot village in the Kyrenia District of Cyprus, two miles west of Kyrenia. It is thought to be named after the Knights Templar, because during the Lusignan period it was one of their headquarters.
Lapta or Lapithos in Greek is a town in Northern Cyprus.
Archeologists claim that Lapithos was founded by the Achean brothers Praxandros and Cepheus. According to Strabo, the ancient settlement of Lapathus, the site of which is nearby, was founded by Spartans.
Kazafana in Greek or Ozanköy is a village in the Kyrenia District of Northern Cyprus. It was traditionally agricultural village, originally based around the feudal estate of Casal Pifani (alternatively spelled Pifane, Piphani or Epiphani).
Agios Epiktitos in Greek - Çatalköy is a village in Cyprus, located 6 km (4 mi) east of Kyrenia. Agios Epiktitos is in Northern Cyprus. The village was named after an ascetic monk who fled the Saracens in Palestine in the 9th Century and was a colleague of Saint Ambrose of Kyrenia who gave his name to a village close by.