A total number of 96,558 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in August of this year, compared to 43,792 in the corresponding month of 2020, recording an increase of 120,5 percent and 44,2 percent decrease compared to August 2019.
New study names Nicosia as the 14th best capital city to visit on vacation.
The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 321,858 in August of this year, recording an increase of 208,7 percent compared to August 2020 (during which 104,261 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 41,9 percent compared to August 2019 (with 553,845 arrivals).
In August of this year, plastic waste was used to create ‘CALYPSO’, a piece of art representing a sea turtle.
After 18 challenging months due to the pandemic, and with traffic reaching its lowest point, the last few months demonstrate a substantial recovery which bears hopeful messages for a stable upturn, with the hope that the worst is behind us.
Ayia Napa Marina announced that the exclusive Island Villa 18, built on a man-made private island within the project grounds, is open for viewings for all interested and potential buyers.
Built to the highest standards of elegance and modern design, the show villa has been fully furnished and decorated, giving potential buyers a first-hand experience and the chance to envision their future lives in the iconic Ayia Napa Marina.
A tour of the new Multispace of Creativity and Culture (former Larnaka Club-Mattei House) for travel agents and tourist guides was organised on Sept 01 by Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB), Larnaka Municipality and the Association of Cyprus Travel Agents (ACTA), with the aim of encouraging tourist visits.
Orthodoxou Group of Companies in Cyprus, has announced the renewal of all the websites of its subsidiaries, as the next step in its dynamic online presence.
DP World Limassol has announce it has been accredited with Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status by the Customs & Excise Department, authorising the company for simpler and faster customs procedures as well ensuring the security and integrity of cargo throughout the supply chain.
Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 297,308 in July of this year, recording an increase of 358 percent compared to July 2020 (during which 64,914 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 46 percent compared to July 2019 (with 550,971 arrivals).