Lorenzo Warriner Pease, an American missionary, was travelling around the island:

Started 8.25 in 1 05/60 hour, we were opposite Mr Pelendrites chiftlick and in 45 minutes more we arrived at Colossi, where we examined the tower. ...

The Orientalist and diplomat Johan David Åkerbald was the first Swede to show real antiquarian interest in Cyprus. In his journal he mentions the places he visited:

June 1st, half past three Paphos, seven o’clock Potami ...

Terence Mullaly describing the advance of Maximilian’s troops on Asolo and the message Caterina Cornaro gave to the people of Asolo: 

By February 1509 Maximilian’s troops were advancing on Asolo... 

The English traveller Edward Daniel Clarke visited Cyprus in 1801:

About 6 o’clock in the evening of June the third, we made land, north-east and by east. It fell to my lot to give the first intelligence of its appearance, being aloft, upon the look-out...

American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease was in Larnaca on this feast day:

The Kataklysmos feast took place today, but as there is danger of the plague, the chief men requested the Archimandrite...

Caterina Cornaro abdicates:

The climax was reached when the procession came to the basilica of St mark. Caterina was met by the Patriarch and many priests.There was a long and solemn address, then a Te Deum was sung,...

Terence Mullaly describes Caterina Cornaro’s homecoming to Venice:

The voyage from Cyprus had taken almost three months. Nothing can have been more delightful than the first sight of the Lido, which her galley reached on...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease is giving details of his visit to Varosha referring to the hot weather, his experience trying the local food ‘’koukia’’ and his visit  to the palace of the Venetian governor and the ‘’great’’ cathedral, the cathedral of St Nicholas: 

George Boustronios records:

And on the ninth of June 1499, six small Turkish galleys, “foustes”, and a brigantine came to Carpasi and landed men at Chelones; they carried off men, women and children, and destroyed the villages utterly...

The Swedish visitor Frederick Hasselquist visited Cyprus in 1751. He was on the island in June and on his way to Stavrovouni:

On this journey we saw several villages, better built than they commonly are in the Levant. ...

George Boustronios in his Chronicle speaks of the death of James II, King of Cyprus:

And he died on the eleventh of June 1473 after Christ. And they did not give him due rites for there was no wax to be had in Cyprus. ...

The pilgrim Bar’s kyj’s during his second trip to Cyprus visited Panagia tou Kykkou:

On Monday, June 13, we left for the monastery called Panagia tou Kykkou so that we could worship there. It is situated high in the mountains...