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Interesting Facts For Living In Cyprus
Cyprus has the longest summer season in the whole of europe. The country also has stunning beaches , many have been awarded the Blue Flag status, so those looking for golden sandy beaches, and crystal clear waters, will be rewarded with a visit to this magical island.  Then we have the history of the island. Although a small country, Cyprus has an almost overwhelming cult...
Cyprus Climate
Cyprus is in the Mediterranean climate zone, and so benefits from short mild winters and long dry & warm summers. The island is famed for its sunshine, receiving on average more than 300 days of it each year - that's nearly double the amount of sunshine than received in most places in Britain. If you're looking for sunshine and all year round warmth, Cyprus is the place to ...
Cyprus Beaches
Cyprus, an ancient Island engulfed in history, offering something for everyone. Cyprus boasts to be the birth place of Aphrodite, Goddess of love & beauty where the sun shines high and bright throughout the year keeping the sea temperatures warm and inviting, enabling devoted swimmers to indulge from early May through to October. Soaking up the sunshine in Cyprus is a nat...
Cyprus Government
Cyprus becomes an independent republic on 16th August 1960. It is a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the Commonwealth and the Non-Aligned Movement. According to the above treaty, Britain retains two Sovereign Bases (158.5 sq. km) on the island, at Dekeleia and Akrotiri-Episkopi. The 1960 Constitution of the Cyprus Republic proves unworkable in many of its p...
Cyprus Taxation
Once you have obtained a Residence permit here in Cyprus, you should register at the local income tax office as a Cyprus taxpayer. Anyone who lives in Cyprus for more than 183 days in the financial year is required to pay tax on any income generated in Cyprus or from overseas. There are two separate tax schemes, one for employed people and the other for retirees. The progressi...
Cyprus Cuisine
Cyprus CuisineIf you want to try some of the best meat dishes the island has to offer, you can choose any of the following: Kleftico - lamb or goat roasted with vegetable in an outside oven. Souvla - lamb or goat cooked on a rotisserie. Souvlaki - pork grilled on a skewer. Sheftalia - small rissoles of mince, onions and spices wrapped in a 'skin' of gut, rather like small sausa...
Cyprus Taxis
Taxis are plentiful but always get a price before you get in the taxi. They run 24 hours in all towns. Taxis can be booked by phone or be hired from their base station. Urban taxis are provided with taximeters and charging commences upon the entrance of a passenger. Unmetered taxis can be found, but you are strongly advised to agree the fare with the driver before you commenc...
Cyprus Schools
The Cyprus Schools and Education System in the Republic of Cyprus has four stages: pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher/tertiary. Nine years of education are compulsory (and free at state schools): education is compulsory from Primary School (age 6) to the end of the third year of Secondary School (age 15) Pre-primary education The Ministry of Education and Cultu...
Electricity Connection
Tenants information for electricity supply To set up your account and pay for the supply of electricity, you will be required to visit your local EAC office in either Paralimni or Larnaca , and take with you the following: Copy of you tenancy contract agreement, your Passport, a refundable deposit will be required before a connection in your name can be suppl...
Water Supply
Water supply for tenants Cyprus To open an account for the supply of water for your rental villa or apartment in Cyprus, you will require a visit to the local water board office. The requirements are :  Passport , and the meters serial number taken from the water valve on or near your property. Lettings cyprus can assist you with this, if you are in any doubt. The ...