About Cyprus

Limassol Town

LIMASSOL A beautifully located, the second-largest city in Cyprus after the capital Nicosia, with a population of 228,000 (2008) is the biggest municipality on the island and the largest city in geographical size. It is nestled at the southern coast of the island on Akrotiri Bay and is actually one of the most important trade, maritime, tourism, commercial and service centres in the area. Limasso... [Read More]

Larnaka

LARNACA The city was founded by Phoenicians and was built over the ancient city known as Kition. The population presently reaches 72.000. The city is important tourist resort and second commercial port in Cyprus. The largest, very modern airport in Cyprus is situated on the outskirts of the city. The well known signature of Larnaca is picturesque seafront known as “Phinikoudes”, with the row ... [Read More]

Nicosia

NICOSIA Nicosia does the honours to be the capital of Cyprus last 1000 years since 10th century with population 314.400 (late 2009). The beginnings of this city reaches back 5000 years to the Bronze Age. It is located almost in the centre of the island and it is a seat of Government and cultural, political, economic and business centre of Cyprus. Most foreign embassies and consulates have the hea... [Read More]

Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa lies at the eastern part of Cyprus near Cape Greco and being just a small fishing village some time ago nowadays transformed to the paradise hotspot for the clubbers. The city becomes party capital like Ibiza or Mykonos The resort offers the access to many bathing, golden sandy beaches which have been awarded to EU blue flag (clearness and facilities). The most popular and marvellous is ... [Read More]

Protaras

Protaras is located on the east side of the island in fabulous Fig Tree Bay between Cape Greco and Paralimni. . Compared to Ayia Napa it is a more calm resort even if it is only 10 minutes away by car. The resort offers for all visitors relaxing and idyllic time in more sophisticated atmosphere than Ayia Napa for the all families at the golden sandy beaches with the access to many varieties of wat... [Read More]

Paphos

The ancient capital of Cyprus lies in the southwest coast of Cyprus, around 50 km west from Limassol with population around 50.000. With its beautiful fishing marina, harbour and medieval fort combines the historical sites, picturesque  countryside and cosmopolitan holiday resort. Because of city’s historical value UNESCO added the whole city to World Cultural Heritage List. Paphos Internationa... [Read More]