Residents’ Perceptions of Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism Development in the Bafra Village of Cyprus- is a unique text, which reflects the attitudes and behaviors of local people living in Karpas Peninsula towards tourism development. Understanding the importance of support from local residents towards tourism development is vital for policy makers, businesses and local governments. The reason for this importance is because the achievement and the sustainability of any development depend on active support of the local populations. Divided into 5 parts, this book discusses: Introduction: Tourism industry, Challenges, Bafra Village and Tourism Development, Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism, Host Responses to Tourism Development, Attitudes and Behaviors of Residents in Bafra Region and Discussion & Conclusion. Residents’ Perceptions of Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism Development in the Bafra Village of Cyprus is invaluable for academics and tourism students including PhD and master, and is suitable as supplementary material for undergraduate courses ;such as, introduction to tourism, small island tourism, tourism geography and sociology and so forth.