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  • 23.04.2015

    It is a well - known fact that the tourism sector is a biggest contributor to the Cyprus economy. According to CTO board chairman Angelos Loizou, (Cyprus Tourism Organization), it accounts for 11.4% of the country`s GDP. The Cypriot economy heavily relies on tourism. That is why recent decline in numbers of Russian visitors to Cyprus due to Russia`s financial troubles was expected to have a negative impact on the Cyprus economy. The good news is that the blow doesn`t seem to be as hard as it was anticipated at the beginning of the year. 

  • 19.04.2015

    According to Christos Mavrellis, Vice Chairman of CIPA`s Board of Directors, they have significant investment coming from Russia. (CIPA is Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency). In his recent interview with RIA NOVOSTI, he said that last year, Cyprus saw Russian investments in the island`s hotel industry and real estate sector, as well as in the development of alternative energy sources. According to Mavrellis, Russian investors have recently been showing interest in the fields of communication and port facilities. In his opinion, the current business climate is very favorable for different investment projects.

  • 16.04.2015

    Protaras is a tourist resort in the eastern part of Cyprus set at the outskirts of Paralimni. It is a very popular holiday destination for tourists from around the world, owing to its stunning coastline, the golden sand beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters.  Although it is characterized by the seemingly endless ranks of hotels that are set right on or very close to the beach, it has managed to escape the excessive hype of Ayia Napa, lending itself to a somewhat more moderate group of visitors.
    There are beaches here to satisfy everyone: from the well organized and mostly crowded major beaches to the numerous small, secluded coves along the coastline.

  • 06.04.2015

    Paphos has been inhabited since the Neolithic period. Various civilizations have left their mark on Paphos like the Mycenaeans and the Romans. It is no wonder that the city features an extensive archaeological park that is on UNESCO's List of World Heritage Sites.
    The town is also associated with first-century Christianity since Paul, Barnabas and John Mark stopped in Paphos. There Paul and Barnabas had the opportunity to speak to Sergius Paulus, the Roman proconsul of Cyprus who then became a believer.
    The entire coastline is extremely scenic and offers unparalleled views to the blue calm waters of the Mediterranean.

  • 02.04.2015

    Limassol is the second largest city in Cyprus and home to a population of a little under 200,000 people. It is also the country's largest port and a major pole of attraction for tourists throughout the year. It is no wonder that there are so many interesting things to do in and around Limassol. Here is a list of ten of the most interesting things to do while staying in Limassol ...

  • 01.04.2015

    Although the recent statistics show that Cyprus is still in recession, the nation undoubtedly turns page to a brighter future. The country is now on the verge of economic recovery. Standard and Poor`s rating agency has recently revised the Cyprus economy`s outlook to positive from stable, leaving the island`s «B+/B» rating unchanged. The agency expects the Cypriot economy to start growing this year.