Lefka is a town in Cyprus, overlooking Morphou Bay. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. In 2011, the town-proper had 3,009 inhabitants. It is the capital of the Lefke District of Northern Cyprus, having been a sub-district centre in the Güzelyurt District until the establishment of the district in 2016.
Lefka is known for its citrus fruits and mines. It is the site of the European University of Lefke.
During the Venetian period in Cyprus, Lefka was dominated by Catholics of Italian descent. Turks migrated to Lefka during Ottoman rule.
Asil Nadir and Nil Burak were born in Lefka. The city houses the tomb of Nazim al-Haqqani, spiritual head of the Haqqani branch of the Naqshbandi Sufi order, died on 7 May 2014.
This Escort-Europe.com website is strictly intended for adult viewing only. By browsing this site you are agreeing that you are legally entitled to do so. If you are under 18, please leave this website now. Escort-Europe.com is a classified advertising website only and has no connection to any of the individuals or other websites named here. We are not an escort agency and are not involved in the escort or prostitution business.