If you are living already in Cyprus or planning on moving over here we have information to help Moving to Cyprus Living in Cyprus
Requirements of Residency There are different rules and regulations on moving to Cyprus depending on your existing citizenship and where in the world you are moving from. For EU and EEA citizens, the move is a simple one because Cyprus is a member of the European Union. For non-EU citizens, there are strict regulations that
Every year brides and grooms celebrate their wedding day in Cyprus. If you’ve just got engaged and have always fancied a wedding in the Mediterranean, then visit Getting Married in Cyprus for anything and everything to do with your big day on this special island. There is information on wedding supplies, locations and much more.
Useful Phrases General Excuse me… Signomi…Thank you… Efharisto…Do you speak…? Milatay…?English…? Ag-glik…?How far is it? Posso makria eenay?Excuse me, where is…? Signomi, poo eenay…? In a restaurant How much is this? Posso Kanay Afto?Do you have a toilet? Eheeyete Too-aletta?Can we see a menu? Boroomay na doomay enna menoo?Can we pay the bill? Boroomay na
Hotels & Apartments Cyprus certainly has its fair share of hotels and apartments on offer. Like with other destinations, it depends on what you are seeking from your holiday to Cyprus. Do you want to stay in a bijou, secluded hotel or an apartment right on the beach? Our advice would be to have a
Paphos Region From Limassol on the south coast to Polis on the island’s north-western tip is the Paphos region of Cyprus. Most people flock to the region’s breath-taking beaches, which have white sands, edged by pam trees. Both Paphos and Limassol have retained their Mediterranean charm, with cobbled stone old towns and buzzing little cafes.
Car Driving is on the left and cars are right-hand drive in Cyprus; one less thing to have to get accustomed to! Motorways and main roads are a good standard but side roads, especially in the mountains, might be unsurfaced. Speed limits vary depending what type of road you are on, but generally motorways have
Air Most people fly into Cyprus, arriving at either one of the island’s two International Airport. Airfares depend on season; you’ll pay the highest fares in peak season (June – August) and you’ll get the best prices in low season. There are daily flights from all the major UK airports to Paphos and larnaca International