The SNAKE-EYED LIZARD, Ophisops elegans, is native to south-eastern Europe, including Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, through Turkey and the Caucasus, the Middle East, northern India, Central Asia and North Africa (Algeria to Egypt). It is called Snake-eyed since, unlike most lizards but like snakes, it has no eyelids -- but it has a transparent membrane it can close to clean the eye.
The TROODOS LIZARD, Phoenicolacerta troodica, is endemic to Cyprus. Sideways on it looks like a banana sandwich or custard cream in brown; from the top it can be quite reddish brown. Despite the name Troodos, it is common over much of the island not just the Troodos mountains. Some claim it is a subspecies of the Lebanon Lizard