23 August, 2019
The third-largest island in the Mediterranean
Why visitors enjoy the diversity of the Cypriot landscape:
From the string of beaches and secluded coves along the coast to the inland central plain and the beautiful pine-forested Troodos mountains which are home to numerous traditional villages and UNESCO listed medieval churches. This is a destination where boredom evaporates in the daily sun. With a well-educated population of approximately 1.2 million, Cyprus attracts both holidaymakers as well as resident expatriates who appreciate the genuine hospitality, places of interest, traditions, cultural scene and
entertainment, which all together delivers an enviable lifestyle within the boundaries of EU and Eurozone. Well-developed infrastructure, favourable tax regime, an educated workforce and a legal system based on common law have put Cyprus on the map for entrepreneurs and international companies who are looking to set up a business with good international
exposure that allows them to operate in Asia, Europe and the rest of the world. Tourism, shipping, business services and agriculture are the cornerstones of the Cyprus economy. All these factors have created increased interest in relocation to Cyprus, which is turn has stimulated the demand for property and an expansion of the real estate sector, which currently
contributes around 14% of the country’s total GDP.
Feature Image: Limassol Blu Marine