Cyprus - An island of many faces

Kalos Orisate stin Kypro ……………… Welcome to Cyprus – the perfect destination choice

Advantages of Cyprus - Stats and Facts

Be the one to give your clients, staff, etc. the opportunity to live an experience and view first hand one of the oldest civilizations of the Mediterranean, a civilization that goes back 10,000 years. One can see evidence of its chequered past, ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Phoenicians, Venetians, Ottomans and British as each conqueror has left their mark, making the island a mosaic of different cultures and periods.


High standards in not only the hotel industry, but all the service industry.


The excellent climatic conditions which can be enjoyed all year round.

European Union

In 2004 Cyprus joined the European Union as a full member and as from Jan. 2008 Cyprus also adopted the Euro as its official currency.


The rich cultural heritage


The short distances within the various regions, giving the possibility to discover a great deal of the island.


Cyprus has two airports. One in Larnaca and one in Paphos.


The diverse and fascinating landscapes, allowing multiple activities.


The rich cuisine and culinary tastes.


Cyprus has a large database of local professionals and experts in the service industry (lawyers / accountants / auditors)


The pine-clad mountains, lush river valleys to rolling hills and fertile plains.


The main language spoken on the island is Greek, however English is widely spoken as well German and Russian.


Cyprus has a highly developed system of primary and secondary and university education offering both public and private education.

Main Cyprus cities

Below we list the main cities of Cyprus. The towns of Ammochostos (Famagusta), Kyrenia and Morfou as well as a part of Nicosia, are under Turkish military occupation. For more detailed information you may visit the official web site of the Cyprus Tourist Organization,

Lefkosia (Nicosia)

the island’s capital, combines both old and new in a busy modern commercial and business centre and a centuries-old culture. The centre of the city has its old quarter surrounded by a Venetian sandstone fortress wall with moat and heart-shaped bastions. Nicosia, is the  Island’s centre of most of the government departments and various embassies.
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Lemesos (Limassol)

is the island’s second largest city, the island’s main port, the centre of the wine industry and a bustling holiday resort.  It is renowned for its varied nightlife. Limassol is a safe destination which has much to share, with its beautiful seafronts, countless cultural, recreational and leisure activities, vibrant events and festivals, as well as being a centre for conferences and incentive travel programmes.
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may be considered as the international gateway to Cyprus, having the island’s main international airport and second seaport.
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to the west of the island, is an archaeological treasure trove, with some of the finest mosaics in the Mediterranean.
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