Cyprus is breaking all previous tourism records this year with arrivals passing 3.8 million visitors for the first time ever.
The go-ahead has been given to Cyprus’ Deputy Shipping Minister Natasa Pilides to study ways a former ferry link in between Greece and Cyprus can be relaunched.
The Region of Paphos on Cyprus will feature more year-round hotel accommodations for 2018-2019 as compared to the previous year.
Cobalt Air has confirmed that it will operate flights in between Dublin Airport and Larnaca, Cyprus, as part of its 2017/18 Winter schedule.
According to the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) and the Cyprus Hotel Association (CHA), this year’s summer tourism season outlook is very positive. If the island sees unification, investors may seek boom tourism market.
When Russia’s influence on the Ukraine government of Viktor Yanukovych got challenged by a kind of rampaging western hegemony, all Europe should have studied more closely these relationships. Now, over a year in, the 2015 summer tourist season will probably be a disaster. Regardless of who we lay the blame on for the current west-east detente disaster, […]
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News from Nicosia, China’s Beijing Yi Xiang Da Investment Co Ltd has expressed an interest in acquiring Cyprus Airways according to reports on Friday.
A huge advertising campaign will be taken to the many media outlets; TV, radio, posters, flyers, the works, by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation. A tagline the organization created to touch everyone’s heart is; “Cyprus in Your Heart” – striking words, representing Cyprus as it is; beautiful, scenic, from the beaches to the mountain tops, from ancient ruins, to ever more decadent cities.
The Cultural Movement of Limassol ‘Epilogi’ kicks off, A Euro-Mediterranean Music Celebration in Cyprus, a series of concerts and other activities at Heroes Square and the Rialto Theater in Limassol starting tomorrow. International artists from many genres are scheduled to perform at some of Cyprus’ finest venues. From Thursday until Sunday visitors to on of Cyprus’ […]
News from Starwood Hotels and Cyprus, Le Méridien Limassol Spa and Resort just announced having opened their Grand Presidential Suite. An already sumptuous stay on one of the world’s most beautiful Islands, this Cyprus hotel offers award winning service and amenities, and now a 300 sq. m. top floor suite fit for royalty.
As a traveler, you know what it’s like to be new in town, unfamiliar with just about everything around you. Sure, going to review sites and doing your homework via Frommers’ guides and so forth, these resources can generally prepare you for your trip, but the research is not really all that much fun. Now imagine you are headed to Pafos, Cyprus. Even Frommers knows little or nothing about this gem in the Mediterranean.
Travel writers always talk about Cyprus as if the Island is some kind of Las Vegas, or Miami Beach, mindless romp through shallow vacation bliss. Well, I suppose it can be that too, if the visitor wants it to be. But, for most travelers, Cyprus can be a little treasure filled jewelry box, or even a lush, artsy craft market – a very large one at that. Here in Cyprus, we’re out of our gourds over arts and crafts, let me explain.
Cyprus enjoys an enviable worldwide reputation as a sun and sea holiday destination. Sunshine year-round, azure skies, tepid waters, the Island is a legendary paradise. But, away from the tourist areas, the Cyprus countryside has a diverse wealth of its own, the traditional villages, vineyards and wineries not so many touristy websites inform us about. Those tiny fresco- painted churches, remote monasteries, and cool shady forests you’ve yet to discover.
I often asked myself, like most people in Cyprus I think, why we drive on the left side of the road here? Legend has it, this left hand driving rule came from none other than the Knight Crusaders could more easily grab their swords with their right hand, so they rode on the left? Okay, it makes little sense to me too, but read on.