Cyprus Facts

 
Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea situated at
the eastern end of the Mediterranean. The island has a population
of 862,000 (80% Greek-Cypriots, 11.0% Turkish-Cypriots
and 9% foreign residents).


The official spoken languages in Cyprus are Greek and Turkish.
English is widely spoken; Russian, German and French 
are also spoken within the tourist Industry. 

Cyprus has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and cool
winters and an average of 340 days of sunshine per year. Except
from the wonderful weather, the island has a lot more to offer;
golden sandy beaches, crystal clear sea with excellent water
sports facilities and a buzzing nightlife
as well as history, culture,
tradition and tranquility.

In an island where the 21st century rubs shoulders
with a 10,000 year-old civilisation, everyone is
guaranteed to have the holiday of a lifetime!