Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean, located at the crossroads of three continents, Europe, Asia and Africa, with an area of 9,251 square kilometers and about 800,000 people.
This sun drenched island’s landscape is a blend of several contrasts, where sandy beaches, rolling hills, forest-clad mountains such as Troodos mountains with ski slopes in Winter and picturesque villages, blend together and offer a very charming Mediterranean environment.
The climate is known to be one of the healthiest in the world. Summer brings guaranteed sunshine and the beautiful beaches and sea invite you to enjoy sunbathing, swimming and a variety of water sports. The winter is very short and temperature rarely falls below 16C.
Since 1960 Cyprus has been an independent Republic with a presidential democratic system of government. Cyprus joined the EU on 1st May 2004 and joined the Euro on the 1st January 2008. It is also a member state of the Commonwealth, United Nations and Council of Europe.
Cyprus is littered with reminders of the island’s history. The cultural heritage of the island stretches back more than 9000 years. Relics from everywhere – Greek temples, Roman mosaics and 15th century frescoes influence the life on the island. Many villages specialize in a particular art form and as you travel around Cyprus you will see pottery, silver and copperware, basket weaving, tapestry and “Lefkaritika” famous lacework.
Cyprus unique climate, rich history, busy cultural life, concerts, opera, painting, dance, museums, art galleries, traditional customs and cuisine, warm people and natural beauties make it an ideal destination to have a holiday home.
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The palm tree lined seafront of Larnaca is host to a number of cafes, restaurants, shops and bars. Among these are hotels and apartments overlooking the Mediterranean. A captivating town built on the east coast with historic charm and architecture; its fortress castle is now used as the town’s summer cultural centre. Most of the old town has been renovated; many old buildings now house local government offices and museums.
Much smaller than Nicosia or Limassol, Larnaca has managed to retain a relaxed, leisurely atmosphere. Its main shopping area is Zenon Kitieos Street, a typically busy road of small shops, with a wonderfully colourful fruit and vegetable market at the far end. At the same end is the marina, where you can find local and international yachts and sailing vessels moored. Larnaca is well known for its fish restaurants, you are granted an evening of fine cuisine wherever you choose to eat. Like many other towns and villages in Cyprus, Larnaca and its surrounding communities is steeped in history.
On the outskirts of Larnaca, with its sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, a number of luxury hotels have been built, not far from these you will find residential areas. Most people now prefer to reside on the outskirts of Larnaca town with its easy access to the beach. The historic city of Famagusta (Ammochostos), on the east coast of Cyprus is under the occupation of the Turkish Army since August 15, 1974. The non-occupied parts of Famagusta, and mainly the areas of Ayia Napa, Paralimni and Protaras, overwhelmed in beauty and freshness offer idyllic places to live in and enjoy quality moments with family and friends.
The town of Ayia Napa is famous for the crystal clear beaches with the approval of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), the crazy night life, the famous festivals and many other popular facilities.
Beaches: Ayia Napa Boasts 14 Blue Flag beaches. Most of the beaches in this area have lifeguards available during daylight hours from April until October. All have noticeboards at the beach advising of availability of lifeguards, warning flag systems and locations of other facilities such as toilets and showers. Many also have tourist facilities such as snack bars and watersports.
Night Life: the life of Ayia Napa has featured as a party paradise because of the wide range of clubbing, bars, shisha lounge bars, after party clubs, boat parties, foam parties, painting parties etc.
Ayia Napa is an especially sought after destination for young people who want to enjoy an intense nightlife.
Festivals: The festivals emerge from the history and the culture of the residents of Ayia Napa. These events are created to show up the chronology of the town, and they are really interested and magnificent.
Other Facilities: The magnificent city of Ayia Napa has many facilities to provide like new and high quality hotels, karaoke pubs, traditional taverns, Polynesian restaurants, famous franchises, water world waterpark (the biggest in Europe), Luna Park etc.
The golden sandy beaches of Ayia Napa are a true paradise for anyone who loves the sea and the water sports. The charming scenery includes the fishing harbour of Ayia Napa, the media-eval monastery at the heart of the village, the windmills and small churches in the surrounding villages.
Ayia Napa is the must place for a visitor or a traveler to enjoy the luxuries and the beauties of Cyprus.
Paralimni is a town where old and new seem to merge well together. The largest town in the eastern southern fringe of Cyprus, you can find everything here. The nearest beach is within walking distance and Ayia Napa and Protaras are a short drive away. Beautifully constructed modern day buildings overlook the old Venetian houses and churches. With its superb beaches and multi-star hotels, the Famagusta (or Ammochostos) region draws discerning sun seekers from all over the globe, but this part of the island remains the agricultural heart of Cyprus, where traditional windmills stand with modern aqueducts to irrigate the fertile red soil. The popular holiday resort has become an absolute paradise for anyone who loves the sea and water sports, all kinds readily available – from scuba diving to water-skiing to paragliding. Paralimni is no longer the quaint old village; it is now a scenic resort.
The town of Protaras is the ideal place to lay back and forget your worries. With its golden white sand and crystal clear waters, Protaras turns into a reality the sought-after concept of a stress-free life. Protaras was once a little village that relied on agriculture and fishing, it is now however becoming independent from the land and sea. High rugged cliffs overlook the small bays, where it is not unlikely to spot a remote fish taverna, serving the catch of the day. With more and more restaurants and bars opening up, there is really no need to leave the town; after all you have everything within walking distance including the beach. Protaras is an ideal resort for those who appreciate being surrounded by nature.
A very picturesque village located at the south-east of Cyprus between Ayia Napa and Larnaca. Xylofagou is one of the most popular destinations for clients who are looking to relocate to Cyprus with approximately 1000 Europeans already living in the village. It is relatively small with approximately 7,000 friendly and hospitable locals. You can find anything you need, from traditional taverns to all kind of shops plus bakeries, supermarkets and banks. Surrounded by beautiful rugged coastline, a fish harbor, sea-caves plus the fact that is only 8 minute drive from the heart of the famous beach resort of Ayia Napa and only 25 minutes drive from Larnaca international airport makes Xylofagou village the ideal spot for either holiday home or permanent residency. Still close to all the necessary amenities yet far enough to enjoy some peace and quiet.
Is a lush village that is full of orange groves and olive trees; the village is located approximately 5 kilometres from the town of Paralimni, and sandy beaches and tranquil turquoise seas of Ayia Thekla. Frenaros boasts all of the amenities that a small village has to offer, including supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and schools. It is also very popular for its incredible taverns, where you can enjoy all types of cuisine in a very relaxed environment. Larnaca airport is only a short 40 minute drive from the project and has easy access to the highway network which connects to the City’s and Resorts of Cyprus. The village of Frenaros also has two small Byzantine churches, Agios Andronikos and the Archangelos Michail which both date back to the 12th century.
Has a variety of shops, banks, post office, pharmacies, and traditional Travernas. The resorts and beaches of Ayia Napa & Protaras are only a short drive away and offer all the facilities you would expect from large resorts. The town of Paralimni is also close by with a larger selection of shops and supermarkets. Liopetri is home to two churches of interest; the medieval church of Panagia with its octagonal dome and in the apse there can still be seen some remnants of its murals. It is understood to been built around the 15th century. The remains of a Venetian watchtower and the beautiful natural fishing shelter at Potamos Liopetrou are a couple of minutes drive from the apartments. Potamos Liopetriou is a photogenic inlet and is where the local fishermen bring in their catch – and some say the best fish on the island. If you do not want to cook yourself then try one of the two fish restaurants overlooking the sea all the way down to Cape Greco in the East. The French poet Arthur Rimbeaud has also worked in this area in the 1880’s. Liopetri is traditionally a potato-growing town and still carries on the traditional craft of basket making.
Avgorou is a lovely village with local taverns, supermarkets, shops, pharmacies and others facilities. Within five minutes drive is the dam of Achna here you would be able to enjoy leisurely walks or for the keen fisherman permits are able to be bought for a small fee. Here is a unique opportunity to purchase your ideal home in Cyprus . Situated on the outskirts of Avgorou just a 8 minute drive from the motorway network, three minute drive to the village centre and a mere ten minutes drive you will find the future planned golf course and the Water Park of Ayia Thekla.