Cyprus is well-known for its tropical beauty but it’s also become a prime destination for those who seek adventurous afternoons outdoors and fresh local cuisine in the evening. The island is visited by approximately 2.5 million tourists each year, that’s roughly three-times larger than its population. In addition to hiking tours and golf trips, visitors enjoy feasting on delicious Cypriot cuisine, which is a blend of Greek and Middle Eastern traditional cooking. The warm climate means that dishes are prepared with fresh root vegetables and the zest of local herbs.
Perhaps no other time has been more optimal for those seeking to invest in real estate. As the recent boom in tourism drives the local economy, investors are on the hunt for real estate options. In addition to this attention from investors, Cyprus is also poised to actively drive the development of its business sector.
Cyprus is a member of both the EU and the Eurozone and air travel connects Cyprus to Europe, Asia, and The Middle East. While Greek and Turkish are the main languages spoken in Cyprus, English is widely spoken. Culture abounds from The Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, to jazz at a local venue called The Shoe Factory.