All About Cyprus


Offering the perfect balance between work and relaxation, with long sunny days in a stress-free atmosphere and beautiful surroundings, Cyprus enjoys an idyllic Mediterranean lifestyle, 340 days of sunshine a year and some of the most welcoming people in the world…all in a modern and well-functioning environment. Can you imagine a life away from cold, wet days and the hectic lifestyle that ... [Read More]


Situated on the North West peninsular of Southern Cyprus, Polis’s main function until recently was agricultural which is still clearly noticeable. Even during the heat of July and August the Polis fields look fresh and green. Greenhouses produce cucumbers and tomatoes all year round and the hills are covered with citrus trees, tobacco, vegetables and other crops. The beaches of Polis are a ... [Read More]

Coral Bay

The Coral Bay area, in Paphos, Cyprus occupies a superb location overlooking the golden sandy beaches of Coral Bay Beach and sparkling waters of Coral Bay.  Adjacent to the Akamas peninsular, an area protected by UNESCO, Coral Bay offers the perfect base for exploration, either by jeep or on horseback. Perfectly seasoned all the year round, being the warmest in the winter... [Read More]


Just 30 minutes away from both international airports on the island, Limassol stretches along a 15km coastline and combines harmoniously the relaxed lifestyle of an island with opportunities of a metropolitan city. Boasting some of the islands finest hotels, Limassol welcomes hundreds of thousands of tourists all round the year. Tourists travelling to Limassol can enjoy a varied nightlife, some o... [Read More]


Paphos is considered the jewel of Cyprus, with a mild climate and natural geographic beauty, from mountains dipping into the crystal clear waters and gentle hills slopping into deserted bays. The relaxed tempo of life here offers visitors and residents alike a tranquillity and peace few places in the world can offer. Once a small fishing village, Paphos still enjoys the safety and security of an ... [Read More]

Places to Visit in Nicosia

CYPRUS MUSEUMPriceless and fascinating collection of Cyprus antiquities and art treasures from Neolithic Age to the early Byzantine Period Museum Street Monday-Saturday: 09:00-17:00 Sunday: 10:00-13:00 ARCHBISHOP'S PALACE (OLD AND NEW)Center of the Cyprus Orthodox Church, the new Archbishop's Palace built in a neo-Byzantine style 1960, contains the private suite of the late Archbishop Makarios... [Read More]

Places to Visit in Paphos

Paphos Archaeological ParkLocation: Kato Paphos - CyprusKato Pafos Archaeological Park includes sites and monuments from prehistoric times, Roman period and Middle Ages. The complex includes 4 Roman villas with marvelous mosaic floors, the Asklipieion (a sanctuary dedicated to the god of medicine), the Odeion (amphitheater), the Agora (square court), the "Saranta Kolones" (Forty Columns) Fortress,... [Read More]

Places to Visit in Limassol

Amathus Ruins Location: Limassol District - CyprusOne of the most important city-kingdoms of ancient Cyprus, Amathus is situated about 10 kilometres east of Limassol. According to mythology it was founded by King Kinyras and was also where Theseus left Ariadne to be cared for after his battle with the Minotaur. The remains contain: baths and other adjacent buildings, four basilicas, the sanctuary... [Read More]

Places to Visit in Larnaca

Kalavasos Tenta Neolithic Settlement Location: Kalavasos village - Larnaca Distric - CyprusWebsite: http://www.kalavasos.orgTenta, the name of a lens-shaped hill that rises about 20 metres above the western side of Vasilikos Valley, lies about 2.5 kilometres from the village of Kalavasos. The earliest remains of human habitation at Tenta date back to the Aceramic Neolithic period (c. 7500 BC - c.... [Read More]