Welcome to Cyprus!

Lying on the eastern edges of the Mediterranean Sea,
Cyprus the birth place of the ancient Goddess of Love,
“Aphrodite”, is an island rich in culture and history
and a picturesque landscape…


Enjoy the Sun

With miles of golden beaches and crystal waters,
magnificent weather and full sunshine, Cyprus
will capture your heart…


Top Attractions

A mysterious blend of Greek, Assyrian, Persian, Roman,
and Turkish influence, it’s no wonder Cyprus is rife with
so many ancient villages, archaic ruins, medieval castles
and museums for tourists to explore…


What's on

An insider's guide to the best things to do in Cyprus.
Discover the current and forthcoming local, cultural,
musical, sporting and social events taking place
for a more pleasurable experience…

July 16, 2019

Ryanair will stop flying to some airports because of the Boeing 737 Max crisis

Ryanair has slashed its growth plans for next summer, blaming delays in deliveries of Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet, lifting the shares of rival airlines which had feared a surge in…
July 16, 2019

Asteroskopeion organising lunar eclipse viewing event

Asteroskopeion observatory in Nicosia is organising an event tonight inviting the public to join it to view the last lunar eclipse of 2019. The partial lunar eclipse will be visible…
July 16, 2019

Von der Leyen lays out cards to EU lawmakers ahead of vote

Germany's Ursula von der Leyen sought on Tuesday to win over sceptical European socialist and liberal lawmakers to back her as European Commission president, laying out ambitious social, climate and…
July 16, 2019

Limassol: Burglars break into house, make off with owner’s car

A  Limassol resident has lodged a complaint with police that burglars had broken into his house between 9.30 pm on Monday and 7 am on Tuesday, taken the car keys…
July 16, 2019

Pakistan reopens airspace to civil aviation after India standoff

Pakistan re-opened its airspace to civil aviation on Tuesday following months of restrictions imposed after clashes with India, which forced lengthy detours that cost airlines millions of dollars. "Pakistan airspace…
July 16, 2019

Beach and underwater clean up in Protaras on Saturday

The Scuba Diving Support Centre (SDSC) in Protaras is organising a beach and underwater clean up on July 20. It says that the clean up will start at 5 pm…
July 16, 2019

Larnaca installing underground bins to combat smell, eye pollution

Larnaca Municipality has started work on building underground recycling bins near the coast to eliminate eye pollution and fight the smell, especially during the summer. In an announcement, the municipality…
July 16, 2019

Australia importing Cypriot vines to fight climate change

Australia will plant Xynisteri and Maratheftiko vines to test them as a measure against climate change-induced droughts, WineTitles Media reported. Cypriot grapes are considered to be drought-tolerant and will be…
July 16, 2019

Steps to extend tourist season

Extending the Mediterranean island’s tourist season is the biggest challenge for the fledgling Deputy Ministry of Tourism and for Savvas Perdios who is at its helm. Insiders believe that key…
July 16, 2019

Specialised personnel recruited by banks

After years of shrinking of personnel numbers, leading banks in Cyprus seem to be on a recruitment path with specialists in information technology, new applications and digital banking high on…
July 16, 2019

Cyprus GDP growth based on broad development

The near-term outlook for the Cypriot economy is continued growth at a high rate despite the European Commission’s recent forecast of a slowdown, according to Hellenic Bank chief economist Dr…
July 15, 2019

Ayia Napa satellite casino opens to public

Cyprus Casinos (“C2”), the first and only authorised casinos in the Republic of Cyprus on Monday opened its third licensed satellite casino - C2 Ayia Napa on the heels of…
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June 28, 2019

New EP gets to work with first plenary on July 2 to 4

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June 26, 2019

International Day against Drug Abuse: The EU’s approach to tackle drugs use and trafficking

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June 26, 2019

UCy joins 17 “European Universities” in step to  building a European Education Area

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June 25, 2019

EU moves to bolster defence cooperation


Wax Museum in Skarinou

“Fatsa” Wax Museum The Wax Museum displays wax figures of prominent personalities from Cyprus history…

UB40 & Antonis Remos

July 12

Paphos Beer Festival

July 18

Havana Noche

July 22

Refugees for Refugees

July 25

CubaMiSalsa Festival

August 2

Windcraft Music Fest

August 10

Crafts & Craftsmen

The craft of wood carving in Tala

The craft of wood carving in the community of Tala was limited to the making…

Old Tembria Village

The village of Tembria is located in the centre of the Solea valley, on the…


One of a kind hand made dolls & soft toys made out of fabric. You…
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Archaeological Sites

Saranta Kolones (Forty Columns) Castle

The Byzantine castle known as Saranta Kolones (Forty Columns) is located just north of Pafos…


Nata is a small village in the Paphos area of Cyprus. It is a small…

Points of Interest

Sites you cannot afford to lose visiting

Health & Wellness

Parklane, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Limassol

Surrounded by 100,000 sqm (25 acres) of landscaped gardens, the resort welcomes guests with a…
Rural & Nature

Oreites Forest

Oritis or Oreites Forest is a forest(s) located in Pafos, Cyprus. The estimate terrain elevation…
Weddings & Honeymoon

Almyra Hotel

Want to get married on the romantic island of cyprus? At Almyra hotel you will…
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All your favorite Cypriot dishes are here


Panna cotta with white chocolate

Put the finely-chopped chocolate in a bowl. Soak the gelatine in a small bowl with…


It is the oldest named wine in the world and its history is intertwined with…



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