Cyprus

Cyprus is the best place for a happy life

Unique Nature
Oaks, orange trees, bamboos and poplars grow side by side here; banana trees try to reach the sky, and grapes give amazingly tasty wine. Olive trees expose their silver crowns to the sun and blossoming almonds trail along valleys like white-rose carpets. Beaches covered by black volcanic sand intersperse with golden, white and shingle beaches and rocky shores.
Today Cyprus is a real touristic paradise which attracts daily millions of people from all over the world.

The safest region of Europe
Cyprus is the second largest island of the Mediterranean. There is no crime, violence or any national conflict here. Free and independent people of the world live or come here on vacation. All this secures for Cyprus the position of the safest place of Europe.

A rich culture and a developed infrastructure
Cyprus is a crossroad of various traditions, histories, and culture codes. Positioned between Africa and the Middle East, Cyprus, like Greece, is considered a cradle of the European civilization. And these are not all contrasts: monuments of the ancient architecture neighbor here with modern business centers, and quiet picturesque streets neighbor with luxurious fun zones.



High quality education and healthcare
Education is provided here in accordance with the standards of the European multistage educational model. Upon graduation of a university one can get a European (including British) or a Russian degree. A network of public and private healthcare providers is considered to be one of the leading in Europe.

Great prospects
Macroeconomic stability - low inflation and a significant growth of economic indicators – promises a big future for the island with the legendary history. The recently found oil and gas reserves guarantee a rapid economic development of the island in the near future. That means that real estate prices on Cyprus will steadily grow.

Paphos, a piece of the sky on earth

The birthplace of love and beauty

The City of Paphos, known first of all as Aphrodite’s birthplace, is located between the Mediterranean shore and the Troodos Mountains in the south-west of Cyprus. The Petra Tou Romiou Beach (the Roman Rock) - the place where the Goddess of love and beauty came out of the sea – is a real symbol of Paphos and all Cyprus. Those come here whose hearts seek love and whose souls and bodies seek eternal youth.

The Mount Olympus of our days

Here one can find an open and picturesque shoreline, clean sand beaches, the endless sea, and the sun. Besides that, the city is literally buried in verdure: a real pine forest that for more than a century gives the city dwellers good health and longevity is situated in the heart of Paphos. If you want to imagine how the island looked like thousands years ago you can visit the Akamas Nature Reserve.

These shores carved by coves with inviting empty beaches and mysterious unexplored caves, unique untouched plants and animals you can see only in Paphos and nowhere else on Cyprus.

The cultural capital of Cyprus

It’s not surprising that the most significant museums of the Greek Cyprus are located in Paphos. Here you can see the most beautiful and well preserved mosaics of the Mediterranean, visit excavation sites of kings’ tombs and enjoy beautiful views from the height of an old fortress.

Monuments dating from the prehistoric times to the Middle Ages can be found here. Now Paphos is a cultural and historical center of the whole island. All monuments of history are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and protected by the state.


The Mediterranean way of life

For the last years, the local authorities make all the effort to make Paphos, where various entertainment venues are concentrated on a few kilometers of the shoreline, even more attractive. For example they’ve built a new boardwalk leading to the Yacht Club where one can enjoy stunning views.

The international airport, located in an only 10 minute ride to the east from the city, is an obvious advantage of Paphos. The new terminal of the airport offers up-to-date services and is equipped with modern equipment and connected with Paphos by a four-lane highway. The airport has a capacity of 2.7 million passengers per year.

Thanks to a wonderful infrastructure capable of satisfying the most refined taste, thanks to an excellent transportation system, a god climate and location, the city justifies its name for Paphos means new and luxurious life.