During a ceremony on the July 02 at the Four Seasons Hotel, Limassol hotels were awarded for green practices adopted that promote sustainable mobility.
According to Yiannis Karousos, mayor, Ayia Napa, revamping works valued at over EUR 55 million are set to transform Ayia Napa into a first-rate tourist resort by 2030.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the signing of Hotel Indigo Cyprus, Larnaca.
The Department of Antiquities announced the discovery of an ancient shipwreck in the sea off Protaras, Cyprus.
Ryanair has announced seven new routes for its forthcoming 2019 - 2020 schedule.
On the basis of the results of the Cyprus passengers survey, arrivals of tourists reached 434,578 in May compared to 450,495 in May 2018, recording a decrease of 3,5 percent.
Blue Air has announced its winter schedule and as from October 27 to March 28, 2020, passengers can travel with Blue Air directly to Athens with 13 flights a week, to Thessaloniki with six flights a week and to Bucharest, six flights per week.
The award will be handed over to Miltiadous by the board of directors of the Cyprus Association for Quality, during a ceremony which will take place on June 10 at Larnaca Airport.
The Ayia Napa Underwater Museum was recently presented at the Ayia Napa Municipality and introduced as a unique project for Cyprus and the Mediterranean in general.
DP World Limassol recently hosted leading cruise sector executives at the 2nd Limassol Cruise Executive Summit.