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Cyprus is situated in the Eastern corner of the Mediterranean, making it an ideal gateway to Europe, Africa and Asia. Given its location, Cyprus is an island filled with breathtaking beauty as it combines endless sunshine and sandy beaches, with citrus and olive groves, pine trees and fresh mountain air. All this, together with the rich and diverse historical heritage, make Cyprus the destination point for around 3 million tourists every year.

Cyprus is famous for its appetizing traditional cuisine and of course, the Cypriot hospitality. Cypriots are very open and friendly, especially to foreigners. They are masters at entertaining but they are also astute businessmen.

The official languages are Greek and Turkish, however English is widely spoken and understood throughout the island. The average level of education ranks high for Cypriots. More than 70% of secondary school leavers continue on third level education and more than half continue their studies abroad. Cyprus itself has one university and 34 colleges and institutions of further education.

Cyprus is an Independent Democratic Republic. It is a member of the United Nations, and its agencies, the Council of Europe and the Commonwealth. As of May 1st 2004, Cyprus is a full EU member state. The administration of justice is exercised by the island's separate and independent Judiciary. The legal system in Cyprus is based on British Common Law.

Cyprus has learnt to combine the very latest in technology and the modern world, with beauty, culture and tradition. The quick development of the island within the past decade is owed mainly to the excellent communications. The road network is in a very good condition with dual carriage-ways linking most of the towns whilst self driven cars, taxis and bus services are widely available.

There is a wide network of air-routes connecting Cyprus with Europe, Africa and Asia. Cyprus has two International airports, the largest of which is located in Larnaca and the other in Pafos. The island is rapidly becoming a major international transit station for commercial air transportation.

The main ports of the island are in Limassol and Larnaca where modern port facilities are available. Bonded warehouses are also available in all towns. Cyprus is ranked 5th in the world in ship registrations.


The banking system in Cyprus services customers both nationally and internationally though a highly extensive operations network. Non-Cypriots can easily open a foreign currency account and a local deposit account.

From January the 1st, 2008, Cyprus has officialy entered the Euro Zone, joining the other 14 EU countries that have adopted the Euro currency..


Population: Towards the end of 2001, the population of Cyprus was recorded as 793,100 out of which 80% are Greek Cypriots, 11% are Turkish Cypriots, 1% constitutes other minorities and 8% are foreign residents. The percentage of foreign residents had increased by 5% since the previous year.

The population of the main cities is broken down as follows:


206,200 (Capital of Cyprus)










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