Why Cyprus

Cyprus has everything you can ask for when it comes to organizing your Conference, Incentive, Meeting, Special Interest Groups.



LocationThe island of Cyprus is situated almost at the Eastern tip of the Mediterranean and forms the center knot in the rope that links Europe to the Middle and Far East

Getting to Cyprus

Getting to CyprusGetting to Cyprus is very easy, with frequent direct and charter flights from main European Airports, operating to and from Larnaca and Paphos International Airports


WeatherEnjoying a Mediterranean climate with sunshine and guaranteed clear blue skies, Cyprus is a popular round the year preferred destination


AccommodationA wide variety of accommodation options varying from World Class Hotels to lower budget options are available to fulfill all requirements and expectations

Things to know

Things to know
– Member of EU since 2004
– EURO currency
– Greek is the mother tongue and English is widely spoken

– Capital city: Nicosia
– Religion: Greek Orthodox 78%, Muslim 18%, other (includes Maronite and Armenian Apostolic) 4%
– Population: 1 195 582 (2014)
– Time Zone: GMT (+2)
– Dialling code: 00357
– Major industries: Tourism, Agriculture, Cement, Food Processing, Wine making, Textiles & Clothing, Fruit & Vegetables
– Legal entering points of Cyprus controlled be the Government of the Republic of Cyprus are Paphos & Larnaca International Airports. Larnaca, Limassol, Paphos and Latchi ports. Entry into the territory of the republic of Cyprus via any other port or airport of which the government of the republic does not exercise effective control (Turkish occupied areas) is illegal. “
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History & Culture

History & CultureThe History and Culture of Cyprus is amongst the oldest in the world, involving hundreds of archaeological sites scattered throughout the island. Cultural influences with many civilizations leaving their mark on the island contributed to the development of a rich and diverse cultural heritage