Not only does Cyprus boast fantastic golden beaches, lively resort towns and ancient ruins but venture inland and you’ll find peaceful forests and mountainous scenery to wonder around.
The island of Cyprus has been inhabited since around 10,000BC and has since thrived into a rich and diverse culture. The vast amount of history to be discovered and explored in all corners of the Cyprus, along with the crystal clear beaches and vibrant streets, bars and nightlife means that there is something for everyone on the island.
Not too keen on buying a property in a busy area of Cyprus? Rest assured, there are plenty of traditional small and tranquil villages located around Cyrpus which are largely untouched by large numbers of tourists.
Located on the South-East coast of Cyprus is the town of Ayia Napa, a very popular holiday destination with white-golden beaches and crystal clear blue seas.
Situated on the East coast of Cyprus is the city of Famagusta, with a population of around 41,000. Venetian architecture dating back to around 1400 is displayed in the city of Famagusta, primarily in the outer-city walls and old defense moat.
The city of Girne is located on the North Coast of the island of Cyprus. Girne boasts a rich history which is featured in various building architecture and ancient monuments; such as the Kyrenia Castle and shipwreck.
Located on the Southern coast of Cyprus is the lively city of Larnaca and is the 3rd largest city in Cyprus, with around 145,000 residents.
Another fairly popular tourist destination in Cyprus is the city of Limassol, which is located on the South coast of the island. Limassol is the 2nd largest city in Cyprus.
Nicosia is the capital city of Cyprus and is located slightly North-East from the centre of Cyprus. Nicosia is the largest city in Cyprus, with a population of around 185,000 and was ranked the 32nd wealthiest city in the world in 2018.
Situated on the South-Western coast of Cyprus is the city of Paphos, which was first colonized in Neolithic times; around 10,000BC. The city of Paphos is where many Greek legends and mythologies originated.
Protoras is a relatively small resort town located on the Eastern coast of Cyprus, near to Ayia Napa. The resorts of Protaras and Ayia Napa alone generate a staggering ~2 million tourists each year.
Cyprus is a very popular holiday destination, bringing in around 4 million tourists per year. If you are a regular visitor in Cyprus, or simply just browsing villas in Cyprus for sale, there will definitely be one to suit your taste.. AND budget! There is a diverse range of Villas in Cyprus for sale; From small town villas and small rural villas to large resort villas and private beachside, luxury villas in Cyprus.
With a number of fairly large cities and beach resorts in Cyprus, there are a wide variety of flats and apartments for sale in Cyprus to suit various styles. Be it a penthouse overlooking a city skyline or one of the many beachfront apartments with balconies overlooking the sea, Cyprus will have an apartment for you.
Interested in purchasing a house in Cyprus? You’re not only limited to a house in one of the busy cities or towns of Cyprus; Inland Cyprus offers some rural and more quiet locations if this is the lifestyle you prefer. In general, you should expect to pay around