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The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 315,018 in May of this year compared to 100,852 arrivals that were recorded in May 2021.

A total number of 81,062 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in April of this year, compared to 15,338 in the corresponding month last year, recording an increase of 428,5 percent.

On the basis of the results of the passenger survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in Cyprus reached EUR39,6 million in February of this year, compared to EUR3,8 million in February 2021 and EUR49,5 million in February 2020. 

Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 128,840 in March compared to 8,811 in March 2021 and to 55,342 tourist arrivals in March 2020.

The arrivals of tourists to Cyprus reached 71,921 in February of this year compared to 5,047 in February 2021, and to 105,592 tourist arrivals in February 2020.

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism reached EUR54,0 million in December 2021 compared to EUR9,1 million in December 2020, and EUR54,6 million in December 2019. 

On the basis of the results of the Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, Cyprus’ revenue from tourism reached EUR104,2 million in November 2021 compared to EUR6,6 million in November 2020 and EUR95,0 million in November 2019. 

Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 96,928 in December 2021 compared to 9,682 in December 2020, and to 110,330 tourist arrivals in December 2019.

Savvas Perdios, deputy minister of tourism, Cyprus,  recently presented the work of the of the Ministry to date, and the direction tourism in Cyprus is now gaining.

 

Perdios refered to the new trends and preferences of tourists, which include forms that focus on avoiding crowds, interest in the natural environment, the combination of work and vacation, and experiences related to the local community, etc.

 

Perdios explained that these trends are aligned with the National Tourism Strategy 2030, which had foreseen the need to invest in the upgrade and enrichment of the tourism product.

 

Focus on mountainous development, various grant plans, product labels, boost in digital marketing, development of special tourism forms, and the Heartland of Legends route, are some of the actions that the Deputy Ministry of Tourism will invest in.

On the basis of the results of the Passenger Survey carried out by the Cyprus Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in Cyprus reached EUR310,2 million in October 2021, compared to EUR77,4 million in October 2020, recording an increase of 300,8 percent. As compared to the revenue from tourism for October 2019 (EUR299,4 million), there was an increase of 3,6 percent.