The allure of Cyprus’ Mediterranean climate and golden beaches makes it an attractive second home for Brits - whether you’re looking for a place to spend long summer breaks, or retire to Cyprus.
Buying property in Cyprus does require careful planning to make sure it goes smoothly and any potential pitfalls are avoided. Our complete guide to buying property in Cyprus is here to help. It covers everything you need to ... Read more
Well-known for its sunny beaches, luxurious hotels and impeccable tourism services, Cyprus has invested its riches in a high-quality European education system, with affordable university tuition costs and plenty of facilities and benefits.
You’ll not have trouble finding excellent Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Cyprus that will match the standards of international universities worldwide.
With its infamous palm tree promenade luring thousands of visitors year in and year out, there’s something special about the sleepy charm that Larnaca exudes. But there’s far more to do than spending your time sipping on a coffee down the busy Finikoudes strip like so many have become accustomed to. We give you just a few reasons why the town makes for a great day out!
Located in the Southeastern Mediterranean with its sun-soaked coastline and historic cities, the island nation of Cyprus has been enticing foreigners from all around the world for living for decades.
According to statistics, one-fifth of Cyprus population are foreigners. For people who want to invest and live in Cyprus, one of the questions that arise is the cost of living. As you know, the population of foreigners ... Read more
The mild winter temperatures are perfect for enjoying the self-guided cultural walk around Larnaca city, but if you are unable to participate on foot, you can still enjoy discovering all the sights at home via the new ‘Larnaka Cultural Walk Virtual 360°’ project.
The innovative virtual tour beautifully showcases 30 of Larnaca city’s most popular and significant landmarks and places of interest; split into three cate... Read more
Annual house prices in the first quarter of 2021 fell 5.8% in Cyprus, while across the European Union, they rose by an average of 6.1%.
In the first three months, house prices, as measured by the House Price Index, increased by 5.8% in the euro area, 6.1% in the EU but decreased by 5.8% in Cyprus compared to the same quarter of the previous year, according to Eurostat.