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Category Archives: Cyprus News

The Big problem with Cyprus tourism and how to fix it

TOURIST arrivals are down this year and hoteliers have reported lower occupancy rates compared to 2018 which saw the highest number of visitors – 3.93 million – in Cyprus’ history. A fall in arrivals was inevitable after three record years, said the under-secretary for tourism Savvas Perdios, “especially in a period in which the competition from Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco is continuously increasing”. …

The number of tourists in Cyprus is down, especially f...

Six months into the new year and official statistics clearly show that the Mediterranean island’s tourism season is slightly down compared to the corresponding one in 2018. Specifically, tourist arrivals were down by 0.9% between January and June 2019 with Germans, Poles and Scandinavians being the ones turning their back to Cyprus. It seems that smaller markets have ‘saved’ the island from the substantial …

Cyprus among few EU countries were property prices in ...

Cyprus is among the few countries in the EU where house prices fell between 2010 and 2018, a new Eurostat report published on Wednesday said. The largest decreases among member states were observed in Italy (-17 per cent), Spain (-12 per cent) and Cyprus (-8 per cent). Overall, between 2010 and 2018, house prices increased by 15 per cent in the EU. Among the …

Ayia Napa will build the first underwater museum in th...

Ayia Napa’s plan to have the first underwater museum in the Mediterranean is going ahead, the representatives of the municipality said on Wednesday. The museum will be created by world-renowned artist Jason deCaires Taylor. The municipality said the underwater museum would be created off Pernera beach and would be the first such venue in the Med. The idea was first mooted in 2014 but …

Find out how European tourists behave on holidays

Based on a recent survey, British holidaymakers are by far the friendliest in the world, according to hotel staff working in Europe’s top locations, travelmole.com reports. Over a third of staff put Britons at the top of a survey carried out by OTA On the Beach. The Irish ranked second with 27% of the vote, followed by the Swedes with 10%. The least genial …

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