Cyprus is located in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea, serving as a crossroad for Europe, Africa and the Middle East. It is in fact the third largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily and Sardinia, and stretches at a total land area of 9.243km².
An EU and Eurozone member state for over a decade, Cyprus is experiencing tremendous growth and development, holding numerous advantages for investors, entrepreneurs, retirees looking for a sustainable lifestyle change and, of course, the perfect choice for families to reside.
With a stable and resilient economy, Cyprus has managed to gain the status of an ideal investment gateway, transforming it into a competitive financial and business hub.
Cyprus has a striking beauty that goes beyond the 340 days of sunshine and the crystal-clear waters of its 64 Blue Flag beaches. It’s the warm hospitality of its people, the compelling culture, the 10,000 years of recorded history, the breath-taking landscapes and much more that makes the island special.
Ranked by key business and leisure indicators, Cyprus was the only European country alongside Switzerland to make it into the top five of the Knight Frank Global Lifestyle Review Ranks.