Cyprus is an important hub in the heart of the Mediterranean at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and Asia, Cyprus is diverse, culturally rich and perfectly placed for working and traveling within and beyond the European Union.

The economy is rapidly recovering from a recent recession through significant activities in the shipping, tourism, legal and financial services sectors, and has also seen a surge in foreign investments and developments, property, and investment values.


• European standard education
• 80% English-speaking population
• Lowest taxes in Europe
• Rich cultural and historic traditions
• Excellent healthcare services
• Short Distances to Locations
• Blue Fag Cleanest beaches in Europe
• Beautiful picturesque landscapes
• Lowest crime rate in Europe
• Visa-free entry to European Countries
• High Quality In Life
• Good Cost of living
• Investment opportunities

Limassol has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with year-round sunshine. Stunning coastlines, golden sandy beaches and clear blue waters, coexist harmoniously with glorious mountains of wild natural beauty and peaceful, picturesque villages. Limassol’s famous beaches have been awarded with Blue Flags in 2015, along with other areas of Cyprus the island was ranked first in the EU for the tenth consecutive year, including three records.

Quality of Life

High quality of life is without a doubt one of Cyprus’ most compelling advantages. Indicatively, the island was ranked as the 5th best relocation destination worldwide by the 2013 Knight Frank Global Lifestyle Review, while Limassol, the second biggest city in Cyprus has been ranked 4th best retirement destination globally by the 2016 Knight Frank Global Lifestyle Review.

City Life

With a buzzing cosmopolitan environment, arts and culture are flourishing with museum nights, local and international festivals, exhibitions and concerts taking place at both modern and ancient venues, such as historical open-air amphitheatres. With pleasant weather throughout the year, sports enthusiasts can ski in February, swim and kite surf until December, bike and play tennis and golf all year round. A vibrant nightlife, with plenty of restaurants, bars and clubs, theaters and concerts caters to all tastes and lifestyles.


Third country nationals relocating to Cyprus do not have to worry about language and education. English is widely spoken in Cyprus, while most people are bilingual. The country offers excellent multilingual educational institutions, where courses are taught in English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Armenian and other languages


Cypriots are known worldwide for their genuine and sincere hospitality and friendliness, but also for the famous Cypriot cuisine, based on the healthy Mediterranean diet. Recipes dating back hundreds of years offer delicious gastronomical experiences, particularly the “Cyprus Meze” which consists of a large number of different cold and hot “hors d’oeuvres” such as assorted dips, salads, meats, vegetables, as well as various fresh fish delicacies.


Besides its natural beauty, Cyprus offers a very safe environment, with low stress levels and crime rates, ideal for a peaceful family life. Acknowledging the island’s safety and security standards, Value Penguin has ranked Cyprus 5th worldwide and 1st among smaller Countries in its Safest Countries in the World Study.


The island benefits from a well-advanced and modern infrastructure, that makes day-to-day life easy, cost-effective and efficient. Commutes are minimal in Cyprus. One can drive from the capital, Nicosia, to the beach in Larnaka, in about 30 minutes.