Enjoy island living in Cyprus
Mesmerizing stretches of coastline…warm sun…crystal clear water perfect for blissful swimming. Cyprus offers history on the mythical island of Aphrodite’s Isle, the supposed birthplace of the goddess of love. With favorable tax rates and an expat community of over 60,000 this country has so much going for it.
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Cyprus Fast Facts
Language: Greek, Turkish
Climate: Temperate, Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and cool winters
Time Zone: GMT+2
Country Code: 357
Location: Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey
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