In the eastern corner of the Mediterranean Sea Cyprus sits at the crossroads between the Middle East, Europe and Africa. Cyprus enjoys  several geographical and social characteristics that make it an ideal place for raising a family: a pleasant mild climate, safe and diverse environment, rich culture and heritage, excellent education system and health care.
Investors also look at Cyprus for investment and business opportunities as the island has traditionally been a center of economic activities such as shipping, tourism, financial and legal services. Cyprus, a full member of the European
Union offers one of the fastest and most attractive citizenship and residency programs available worldwide.
The Cypriot passport ranks among the strongest in the world, as holders are able to travel to 146 countries without a visa. According to the updated
Passport Index, Cyprus gets a Passport Power Rank of 13, and an Individual Power Rank of 36 globally.
Its Global Mobility Score (for visa-free travel) of 146 ranks it above such countries as Monaco and Brazil.

Cyprus benefits from an intense Mediterranean climate with long dry summers (mid-May to mid-October) and mild winters (December to February) separated with a very short spring and autumn period.

Summer is a season with high temperatures, a cloudless sky and a sea breeze creating a pleasant atmosphere in the coastal areas. Winters are mild with a little bit of rain in the mountains (Troodos region). In Cyprus, the sun is King and even in December and January, there are approximately 6 hours of sunshine per day. In total, more than 300 days of sunshine each year!

Regarding the gastronomy, Cyprus has Greek and Oriental influences. Discover new tastes and enjoy many traditional dishes. The speciality of the local cuisine is the famous Meze!! A real treat for the taste buds, with about twenty dishes to share.


Strategic Geographical Location connecting Europe, Asia and Africa

A stable economy in a western-type democracy

Excellent Healthcare and Education systems

Excellent banking facilities with worldwide networks

High level of professional services

Low crime level

Relatively low cost of living

Excellent infrastructure

Excellent climate

Fascinating history


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Pafos Castle

Beautiful countryside, a cosmopolitan resort, historic sights as well as sporting activities, the Pafos region has something for everyone at any time of the year.

Whether you are a sunseeker, explorer or someone looking for relaxing holiday with great scenery, there are so many reasons to visit this beautiful part of Cyprus.
During several centuries of the ancient period, it has been the capital of Cyprus. Today, Paphos is on the official list of cultural and natural treasures of the UNESCO WOLD HERITAGE and the city has been awarded the accolade of one of the European Cities of Culture for 2017.

What to see:

-The Archaeological Park. The Mosaics  (the mosaics, the Tombs of the Kings & the Odeion)
-Tombs of the Kings
-Yeroskipou village with the Byzantine painted church of St. Paraskevi
-Aphrodite’s rock ( legendary birthplace of Aphrodite)
-Kouklia ( ancient  Sanctuary of Aphrodite)
-Saint-Neophyte monastery
-Pillar of Saint Paul
-Archaeological Museum
-Medieval Castle near the small port
-Baths of Aphrodite in the area of Polis
-Akamas National Park




Limassol (Lemesós in Greek), is the second most important city of Cyprus with around 230 000 in inhabitants. The city is located on the Akrotiri’s bay, on the coast of the island. Limassol is ideally situated, with equal distance between the airports of Larnaca and Paphos (70 kilometres). Limassol is a major tourist destination and is especially dynamic with a lot of new projects under development.

It is also an Economic head quarter for a lot of companies wishing to do business with the Middle East, North of Africa or Eastern Europe. The city has the biggest Commercial transit port of the Mediterranean. Since several years, the municipality put in place a large renovation plan of infrastructures with a grand final: the creation of the Marina combining elegant residences, restaurants and shops.

What to see

-The old town of Limassol
-The promenade on the seafront
-The Marina
-The Archaeological Museum, the Medieval Castle of Limassol, the Castle of Kolossi and the Museum of Wine
-The wine route of Limassol
-The archaeological site of Amathounda & the archaeological site of Kourion
-The Akrotiri Salt lake & the Akrotiri Environmental Education & Information Centre