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A sunsoaked island enjoying a wonderful warm climate all year round, with 340 days of sunshine. Cyprus is synonymous with hot summers & mild winters so say goodbye to those cold winters, dark evenings and high fuel bills. You can experience unspoilt coastal areas, boasting some of the Med's most magnificent scenery, and enjoy fabulous low cost food & wine and the famously unrivalled hospitality. Cyprus is one of the friendliest countries to live in. The cost of living is low so a good lifestyle is relatively inexpensive. The island is extremely child friendly with traditional family values held high.


Latchi Harbour, Polis


Additionally you can enjoy the combination of a European lifestyle in the sophisticated cities and tranquil unspoilt villages, allowing you a welcoming, unhurried and relaxing pace of life.

Kakopetria, near Troodos


Cyprus benefits from full EU membership with a strong economy and low taxation, making property a sound investment. English is widely spoken and understood by young and old. There is also easy access to the U.K. The medical standards are high within excellent hospitals and clinics.

Furthermore the Cypriot law system is based on British law with a very reliable land registry system for those purchasing property. The banking system also follows the British system with efficient and well equipped modern technology. There are excellent schools - several well respected international and English schools and colleges for all ages

It is also reassuring to know that the crime rate is remarkably low, offering security to you and your family


  • Full EU member
  • Good holiday rental market with established tourism
  • Around 24 weeks per annum holiday rental bookings achievable in areas such as Paphos
  • Property maintenance and service charges very reasonable, as are good quality furnishing costs
  • Favourable tax regime and double taxation
  • Pension income is only taxed at 5%
  • No inheritance tax on all estate property all over the world for permanent residents
  • Highly developed infrastructure, excellent telecommunications and transport
  • Very efficient accounting and banking service
  • Legal system based on British Law
  • Bilateral investment agreements with 16 countries
  • Property prices lower than comparable properties in many other established sun locations
  • Very stable economy
  • Very low unemployment
  • Low cost of living
  • Free market economy
  • Low legal fees
  • Low crime rate
  • 80% of population speak English
  • Wonderful, mild winters, Paphos open all year round, attracting retired rental clients
  • Work underway on luxury marinas with new upmarket bars & restaurants
  • Plans underway to add another 13 luxury golf projects to the already established world class golf resorts on the islands - again attracting increased rental demand.

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Limassol is a picturesque town with a thriving port and has 15km of magnificent coastline. It is known as the ‘City of Fun’ because of its exciting nightlife & international cuisine

It is full of historical landmarks and plenty of entertainment for children: Waterparks, Fun Parks etc. Limassol is located close to the Troodos Mountain Range. With Troodos featuring skiing facilities, it is possible to swim and ski on the same day!

There are fantastic excursions to Egypt and Israel and Limassol has easy access to motorway networks & airports

Also many quiet peaceful areas for holiday homes but within a short drive to a cosmopolitan, sophisticated town, the second largest of Cyprus, which boasts a fashionable, European style shopping centre with many familiar High Street names

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The town of Paphos is included in the official UNESCO list of cultural and natural treasures of the world's heritage.

The area is bordered by rugged coastlines with sandy beaches, it has absolute tranquillity, magnificent scenery with forrested hillsides, magnificent citrus groves and is a nature lovers paradise

The beautiful harbour with crystal blue sea boasts excellent water sport and leisure facilities. With fantastic restaurants, modern shops and its own airport all go together to making it a special location.

In addition to its long summer season, the town remains open all year round, making it a popular winter destination for those wanting to escape the British weather. For buyers wishing to maximise their investment, the winter demand in Paphos adds to the rental income potential.


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Larnaca has retained its elegant colonial style charm. It has a delightful mile long promenade lined with palm trees, known as The Phinnikoudes (The Palm Trees) area, which dominates the bustling town. This stretch of picturesque sea front stretches from its marina at one end, to an ancient medieval fortress at the other, with cafes, tavernas and shops whilst retaining its relaxed, leisurely atmosphere. The fortress castle is now the town’s cultural centre - cultural life being very rich in Larnaca, with many events being organised weekly by the town’s Municipality.

The town has a great variety of modern shops which are well stocked and cater well for expats. The medical facilities are excellent. Security in the streets, both day and night, is unsurpassed.

The Larnaca region undoubtedly has the best sandy beaches in the whole of southern Cyprus, which extends 25km. Mackenzie beach is particularly known for its white sands, clear blue water and excellent fresh fish restaurants.


Larnaca has the island’s main international airport, which is undergoing  major refurbishment, along with plans to invest heavily in expansion of
the marina - from a 400 to a 1000 berth luxury yachting marina. The plans for Larnaca include two major golf projects and luxury shopping malls for the town.

Whilst property prices in Larnaca were traditionally lower, they have been rising by around 15 - 20% per annum for the last three years. A sharp boost in property values is predicted by market forecasters due to the major investment plans.


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