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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).

A total of 100,852 tourist arrivals were recorded in May of this year, compared to zero arrivals recorded in May 2020, a period during which measures were implemented to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) in Cyprus.

Cyprus’ arrivals of tourists reached 9,119 in June of this year compared to 509,662 in June 2019, recording a decrease of 98,2 percent.

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey, revenue from tourism reached EUR377,2 million in September compared to EUR378,8 million in the corresponding month of 2018, recording a decrease of 0,4 percent.

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passengers Survey, arrivals of tourists reached 524,707 in September compared to 520,138 in September 2018, recording an increase of 0,9 percent.

The Deputy Ministry of Tourism has informed the coastal municipalities and communities of the launch of the grant scheme for beach planning and safety projects, with an emphasis on improving infrastructure for people with disabilities during the 2019-2020 period.

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey, revenue from tourism reached EUR350,4 million in June compared to EUR357,7 million in the corresponding month of 2018, recording a decrease of two percent.

The arrivals of travellers to Cyprus in June reached 661,970 compared to 642,030 in June 2018, recording an increase of 3,1 percent. The increase is mainly attributed to the return of residents of Cyprus (19,5 percent).

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey, revenue from tourism reached EUR277,6 million in May compared to EUR294,7 million in the corresponding month of 2018, recording a decrease of 5,8 percent.

The arrivals of travellers this March reached 297,614 compared to 304,694 in March 2018, recording a decrease of 2,3 percent.