The island also enjoys a favorable climate, with almost 365 days of sunshine and a relaxed island ambience. This, coupled with Cyprus’s numerous Blue Flag beaches and azure blue waters, make it easy to see why so many people from around the world choose to make this Mediterranean location their home.
In 2004, Cyprus joined the European Union. It is also a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the British Commonwealth, and the Non-Aligned Movement. The EU is Cyprus’s main trading partner, accounting for 50% of total trade.
The island’s favorable climate and varied terrain means that in November, residents can swim in the warm waters of the Mediterranean in the morning and ski on the slopes of Troodos in the afternoon.
Cypriot cuisine is heavily influenced by the surrounding nations of Greece, Armenia, Lebanon, Syria, and Italy.
Cyprus has a long tradition of winemaking that goes back more than 4000 years. Today, approximately 10% of the island is covered in vineyards and some of Cyprus’s best wines
English is widely spoken in Cyprus.
Cyprus boasts one of the lowest crime rates in the world, according to the European Crime Prevention Network.
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