Limassol

Limassol, located on the southern coast of Cyprus, is an increasingly popular destination for real estate where buying properties is not just an investment, but a gateway to an exceptional lifestyle. Limassol offers a wealth of opportunities for those seeking a Mediterranean lifestyle with its vibrant everyday living, numerous attractions, and promising investment prospects. When it comes to day-to-day...

Easter in Cyprus

Easter is one of the most important holidays in Cyprus and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence throughout the island. It is a time when family and friends come together to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, marking the end of the 40-day period of Lent. One of the most important traditions during Easter is the preparation of traditional delicacies, such as flaounes (a type of...

Ayia Napa and Protaras

Ayia Napa and Protaras are areas on the Eastern Coast of Cyprus, known for their rich cultural heritage, golden sandy beaches, and crystal-clear waters. This part of the island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cyprus, attracting millions of visitors every year. But they are not just holiday destinations; they are also a great place to live, with stunning landscapes, rich history, and...

Larnaca

Larnaca, a coastal city located on the southern coast of Cyprus, has quickly become one of the most popular destinations for real estate investment in the country. With its stunning beaches, rich history, and laid-back lifestyle, it's no wonder that this city has captured the hearts of so many. One of the most attractive features of Larnaca is its affordability, particularly when compared to other...

Why consider renting before purchasing a property in Cyprus

Are you thinking about moving to Cyprus? Whether you're relocating for work or just looking for a change of scenery, Cyprus is a beautiful country with a lot to offer. However, before you jump into buying a property, there are a few reasons why you might want to consider renting first. Get to Know the Area When you're new to a place, it can be difficult to know which neighborhood is right for you....

Investing in Real Estate in Larnaca

Larnaca is situated on the East Coast of Cyprus and is currently experiencing a huge rise in property investment. With large-scale development projects and modernisation of the city over the last few years, the area’s investment desirability has risen considerably. There are several reasons why more and more people are now looking to invest in Larnaca including: Excellent transport links- Larnaca is...

Green Monday

On Monday 27th of February we celebrate ‘Green Monday’ (Kathara Deftera) in Cyprus. A public holiday which is the first Monday of Lent and marks the beginning of this period, seven weeks before Orthodox Easter Sunday. This is an extremely important day in Cyprus and is celebrated throughout the island, as families gather together, usually outside, to enjoy a delicious feast. As eating meat, eggs...

Cyprus will address the issue of construction waste

The Agriculture Minister, Mr Costas Kadis, announced on Friday that Cyprus aims to reduce 70% of its construction and demolition waste. Currently, approximately 2.2 million tonnes of construction and demolition waste is generated in Cyprus, and 57% of this ends up in landfills. The initiative is part of the DEFEAT project implemented by Frederick University in collaboration with the environment...

Where to buy property in Paphos – Some of the area’s most desirable locations

Located on the southwest coast of Cyprus, Paphos offers the perfect blend of traditional hospitality, a relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and a varied list of activities and entertainment options.  Paphos is also steeped in rich history and the whole town is a designated UNESCO Heritage Site.  Of particular interest are the mosaics which are can be found in the harbour...

Real Estate in Cyprus, Predictions for 2023

According to real estate data, there were 22,129 property sales in Cyprus during 2022, to the total value of €5.85billion. This is an increase in 35% from the previous year. These positive figures came about despite the problems that the market is currently facing including rising building costs, increased interest rates on loans, and the war in Ukraine. This is extremely positive news, that even with...

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