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  • 10.02.2016

    Tourism and sustainability in Cyprus go hand in hand. The island welcomes 2.4 million visitors each year, a figure widely expected to increase in 2016, making tourism an important contributor to the economy and sustainability ever more important in preserving the character and many ancient sites of the island. The Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) has put in place measures to require all hotels of three stars level and above, as well as hotel apartments and tourist villages to comply with sustainability goals, as well as the usual quality qualifications. This gives Cyprus a world first as the only country to introduce sustainability standards on accommodation. They have to report on such things as employment conditions, water and energy usage and the amount of local food they use in their business. 

  • 01.02.2016

    The tourist season 2016 appears to be shaping up into a record breaking year if the announcements of new airlines opening and the new routes and special offers on air travel are to be believed. In the past few days Tus Airways, a new Cypriot airline, has announced that it will commenced operations on February 14th 2016. The company aims to connect Cyprus with its near neighbours including both Tel Aviv and Haifa airports in Israel, Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan. Flights to Crete will also commence in March this year with Rhodes being added to the schedule at the end of the year. The timing of flights from Larnaca to Haifa will be timetabled to allow the business traveller to depart in the morning and return to Cyprus in the evening. Tickets will be very reasonably priced with a single ticket from Haifa to Larnaca being offered for €39 inclusive of taxes whilst flights from Tel Aviv will be from €69 one way. 

  • 26.01.2016

    The Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) is investing in the development of special interest and cultural tourism on the island. There can be few places on earth where such a small land area of 9000 square kilometres offers so wide a diversity of opportunities to enjoy these experiences, with the favourable Mediterranean climate adding to the pleasure. In the current winter season, when there is snow in the Troodos Mountains, it is amazing to realise that one could be skiing in the mountains and yet on the same day drive down to the coast to enjoy the warm winter sunshine on the beaches where many indulge in year round swimming.

  • 18.01.2016

    After Cyprus Airways (CAIR) folded in January last year, Cobalt Air applied to the Civil Aviation Department for a Cypriot Air Operator’s certificate. Now, the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of Cobalt Air (Cyprus), Mr Andrew Pyne has revealed that they are in the final stages of the licensing process. Operations are predicted to begin by the end of April 2016. The company has registered a local company in Cyprus and could become the “unofficial” national carrier to fill the gap in the market left when CAIR ceased trading.  Their plan is to develop Cyprus as a hub airport and promote the island as a year round holiday destination; a theme echoed by both the government and the Cyprus Tourist Organisation (CTO). 

  • 12.01.2016

    Individuals and investors, an increasing number of whom are citizens of AGCC countries, are turning to Cyprus for second homes and good property investment opportunities. The six member countries of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council (AGCC) are Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE). Luxury properties of all types are being sought, especially waterfront properties such as those to be found in the Limassol Marina, according to reports in the Trade Arabia News Service. There are 74 exclusive homes as well as over 150 luxury apartments located on the Limassol Marina complemented by a full range of restaurants, shops, cafes, a ship’s chandler and other leisure facilities.

  • 09.01.2016

    This is a much anticipated event, the annual arrival at Larnaca’s Salt Lakes of its most famous winter visitor, Phoenicopterus roseus, commonly known as the pink flamingo. The unusual sight of around 15,000 of the birds assembled on the lake has once again attracted a rush of visitors to enjoy the spectacle. Their brief visit between January and March brings many tourists and locals to watch their courtship displays, and to observe them during the breeding season in their temporary home. The sound of the massed calls of so many flamingos in one place is also something not to be missed.