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About Cyprus
The beautiful island of Cyprus, birthplace of Aphrodite Goddess of love and beauty, is a unique place where the legend of 8,000 years of culture joins with modern living in a harmony which gives Cyprus a charm and individuality incomparable to any other place. Cyprus offers the best of both worlds: Excellent cosmopolitan restaurants and night-clubs, famous wines, sandy beaches, windsurfing or water-skiing and facilities for all kinds of sport such as tennis and horse-riding. Alternatively one can visit quiet mountain villages seemingly untouched by the twentieth century. Cyprus is fast be... [read more]

Cyprus is an island whose rich, dramatic history can be traced back over eight thousand years; an island so coveted over the centuries that it has been invaded and claimed by a fascinating mixture of civilizations from near and far, all of which have left their culture and shaped its character. An island whose archaeology stems from the Neolithic Age, the Ancient Greeks and the Roman period; where churches and monasteries still stand from Byzantine times, castles and palaces from the days of Crusaders and Frankish Lusignans, and splendid city walls from Venetian days. ... [read more]

Cyprus is the third largest Mediterranean island with a total area of 3,572 square miles (9,251 sq.km). It is situated between three continents at the crossroads of one of the most ancient and traditional sea routes of the world and is at a flying distance of less than three hours from the heart of Europe. This strategic location of the island has played an important role in its continuing development into a financial and tourist centre. The estimated population of Cyprus is 700,000, 80% of which are Greek Cypriots, 18% Turkish Cypriots, and 2% Armenians, Maronites, British and other Europ... [read more]

Renowned for its healthy and pleasant climate Cyprus enjoys dry summers and mild winters. The sun shines for about 340 days each year and the light rainy season is confined to the period between November and March. There is snow on the mountains usually between the months of December and March. Visitors to Cyprus can bask on the sun-drenched beaches, swim in the dazzling blue sea in the morning and, (usualy between December and March), visit the snow covered Troodos mountains for an afternoon skiing. March: Moderating weather with nature at its best. April, May: Days are pleasantly warm,... [read more]

Cyprus has probably the best infrastructure in the area. The island has two International Airports at Larnaca and Paphos. An average of 350 scheduled flights per week link Larnaca with more than 50 cities in Europe, Africa and The Middle East. The island s road network is quite advanced. Self- driven hire cars, taxis and bus services are widely available. A modern highway links Nicosia, Limassol and Larnaca and is presently being extended to cover Paphos and Agia Napa. A number of shipping lines, clearing and forwarding agents operate in Cyprus. Limassol and Larnaca provide modern port faci... [read more]