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Enjoy! 101 Reasons to Live in Cyprus Traditional Cypriot Meze – a never ending meal of small, authentic & fresh Greek food.Limassol’s wine festival – taste the local Cypriot wines and many others in a festive atmosphere.Skiing on Mount Olympus – you can see snow and the Sea on the same day!Cyprus Museum, Nicosia – a collection of Cypriot treasures.Lady’s Mile Beach on the Akrotiri PenisulaAmazing early morning hot air balloon flight over the Paphos areaEnglish is spoken by most Cypriots and all signs are in Greek and English.Fun Buggy Safari’s in Paphos – a self-guided, self-drive quad tourExcellent public and private educational system.24-hour bakeries (Zorba’s) with fresh bread, pastries, and cakes.Paphos Medieval fort that was built in the 13th century and sits at the end of the Paphos Harbor – great views from the top!Romance is always in the air since it is the island of Love/AphroditeBaths of Aphrodite in PolisMoufflon Sheep only found in Cyprus is under protection as an endangered species with only 2000 remaining.Excellent, inexpensive medical facilitiesYou are always only minutes from the beach (except in Nicosia which is about 25 minutes away)Agia Napa nightlife – a lively, fun town where you can dance ‘till dawn!Fig Tree Bay and Flamingo Bay – beautiful spots for sunbathing and relaxing!Paphos market where you can find inexpensive, hand painted canvases by Greek artistsFresh Fish Meze – you have to try the Cypriot Trout!Souvla & Kleftiko – two traditional Cypriot meat dishesLefkara Village where you can see villagers making traditional Lefkara lace and filigree silver.Tavli’, the Greek version of Backgammon, you can see men playing this game at coffee shops around the island.Coffee- cold Frappe or Cypriot are great at any time of the yearThalassa Spa in the Latchi, Coral Bay area. Have a facial, massage, manicure and pedicure in style and comfort!Troodos- Best rural destination awardPicturesque villages to wander and explore a slower pace of life.Fresh and tasty local fruits and vegetablesAnyone can purchase propertyInexpensive local Cypriot wine and lovely Cyprus wineries to tour.Low cost of living compared to other EU countriesLocation: Crossroads of 3 continentsModern Banking System with several competitive choices such as: Alpha Bank, Laiki, Hellenic & Bank of Cyprus.Low cost of property compared to other EU countriesModern legal systemLow crime rateVery low pollutionClimate: 340 Days of SunshinePanoramic views of the MediterraneanAyia Kyriaki in Paphos old town – on the foundations of an early Christian basilica.Romantic wedding or honeymoon destinationWater sports: swimming, sailing, parasailing, boating, body surfing, and scuba divingFishing- Sea or FreshwaterNature trail hikingGolfing on a number of courses year-roundCycling- there are several mountain trails with great sceneryPremier cruising destinationArchaeology that dates back 10,000 yearsBird watching in the winter – Flamingos, Herons, Egrets, Vultures, Kestrels, and Glossy IbisPopulation or lack of it. (854,300)Beautiful rugged coastlineGreenback turtle habitatByzantine churches protected by UnescoApples from Prodromos & Cherries from PedoulasMineral Water from MoutoullasRosewater, mineral water and wine from AgrosFresh Cypriot OlivesTraditional Cypriot hospitalityCypriot Brandy Sour1800 species and subspecies of flowering plants128 species of flowers can only be found in CyprusTombs of the Kings where people were buried between 3rd century B.C. and 3rd century A.D.Nea Paphos or New Paphos is the excavated remains of a 4th century B.C. city that is still being excavated and a UNESCO siteKalamatianos – traditional folk dancingBouzouki, a traditional instrument played throughout CyprusChurches and monasteries protected by UNESCOAkamas Peninsula & National ParkCoral Bay- Sandy beaches and lots of bars, restaurants & action.Cape Lara which is the nesting ground for green and loggerhead turtles.Pottery shops by local artisansGirne Gate is the old entrance to Nicosia when it was surrounded by wallsPaphos Harbor is a good place for a walk or to sit in one of the café’s or enjoy a meal at one of many restaurantsPaphos Odeon – a 2nd-century Odeon still used for music and theatreTekke Hala Sultan in Larnaca is one of the most important Muslim shrinesSalt Lake in Larnaca turns into salt beds in summer and feeding ground for Flamingos in winterLocal Halloumi & Fetta cheeseCarnival Celebrations in Limassol & Paphos for one week.High educational level in labor force.Superb infrastructure with advances transport and telecommunications network.Lowest corporate tax rate in the EU at 10%.One of the lowest statutory personal income tax rate at 30%.Kourion – ancient multi-tiered theatreKato Pafos Archaeological ParkHistoric LimassolGreen Monday celebrationsGreen MondayKataklysmos (Festival of the Flood) or Christian feast of PentecostNicosia walled CityGreek Orthodox Easter celebrationsCarob trees and the many desserts that are made from themAyia Napa Water Park and Paphos Aphrodite Water ParkLimassol CastleBaths of AdonisKeo – the local Cypriot beerAyia Kyriaki is one of the oldest Church’s, constructed in the 4th century, thousands visit in the spring to see the flowers depicting passages from the Bible.No Tax on the first £10,000 of income earned.Double taxation treaties with many countries- free yourself of your country’s high taxes.Lountza, cured porkIt is almost impossible to get hopelessly lost on an island.The Avakas Gorge in Akamas (Paphos District)St. Paul’s Pillar, where St. Paul is said to have been floggedThe thousands of stars that are visible in the night skyAs you see here there is More to Cyprus Than Property and Good Weather.