Cyprus is European island at the junction of Asia, Europe and Africa, with an area of 9251 square kilometers, the third largest island in the Mediterranean, and the birthplace of Venus, the god of love and beauty in ancient Greek mythology. As a member of the Commonwealth and the European Union, Cyprus is a traditional agricultural country with developed financial and tourism industries. Its per capita GDP is higher than the EU average, and its people are prosperous. The World Bank lists Cyprus as a high-income economic system.
The newly discovered ultra-large-scale natural gas storage sites in the offshore area and the upcoming completion of a world-class integrated casino resort (Melco Hard Rock) have built a solid platform for strong economic growth in the future.
Countless research institutes have listed Cyprus as the best destination for immigrants, and has become the first choice for many families around the world.
Cyprus' second largest city has the largest port and the most important trade, commercial and touristic city. It is located on the picturesque southern coastal plain with a total population of about 240,000. As the largest seaside resort on the island, the 15-kilometer-long coastline has endless sandy beaches, colorful water sports and various cruises, allowing you to enjoy the stunning scenery of the coast and the fantastic Mediterranean Sea sunset. There are many historical sites in the city, from Neolithic sites to ancient city-states in the Roman period, from medieval castles to churches in the Byzantine period. In the past ten years, Limassol's economy has grown linearly, and the world's top luxury casino resorts are located here, attracting countless tourists and immigrants. Limassol has beautiful scenery and many star hotels. In order to attract tourists and meet the needs of people's cultural life, entertainment activities such as the Limassol Wine Festival, Flower Festival, Carnival and Fruit Festival are held here every year.
The capital of Cyprus, with a total population of about 270,000, is located in the middle of the Mesoria Plain on the island of Cyprus. it's located at green pines in the southwest Rhodos Mountains face each other and are the political, economic and cultural center of Cyprus. Nicosia is a city with a long history. There are many historical sites in the city for viewing and sightseeing. The Venetian Wall, which divides the urban area into two parts, the old city and the new city, is one of the largest monuments. The Selimiye Mosque, located in the center of the old city, was originally a Catholic church. Construction started in 1208 and completed in 1267. It was on the church after the Turks occupied Nicosia in the mid-16th century. Two minarets were added and converted into a mosque. The Archbishop’s Palace and St. John’s Church near the mosque were built during the Crusades.
Larnaca is located on the east coast of Cyprus, with a total population of about 140,000. It is the third largest city after Nicosia and Limassol, there are industries such as oil refining, tanning, wine making, buttons, cigarettes, and soap. The Hara Sudan Mosque here is regarded as one of the important holy places in Islam. It is located 5 kilometers west of Larnaca Salt Lake. It is rumored that it was built by the Turks to commemorate Muhammad's aunt Umm, Haram. In 647, when she accompanied the Arab army to attack here, she fell off a mule and died and was buried here. It is said that it was transported from Mecca at night and is a precious cultural relic. Larnaca Salt Lake is also one of the scenic spots of the island. It is a habitat for birds. Whenever flocks of flamingos fly over the lake, the blue lake water is swaying with pink reflections and the scenery is wonderful.
Pafos is located on the southwest coast of the island, with a total population of about 80,000. It is the fourth largest city in Cyprus and has an international airport. It is the birthplace of Venus, the god of love in the Greek legend. Pafos is a seaside city in Cyprus, located in the southwest of the island of Cyprus, about 100 kilometers away from the capital Nicosia. This historic city has been inhabited since the Neolithic Age, and it was once the capital of the country of Cyprus. Pafos today refers to Ketima and New Pafos. It has always been used as a holy place to worship the god of love. The city has a famous temple of Aphrodite, and preserves a large number of remaining villas, palaces, theaters, fortresses and cemeteries. It is unique in architecture and history.
Ayia Napa is located on the southeast coast of Sai Island. It is a famous tourist destination, clear waters and beautiful nights. The public recognize it as the most beautiful holiday destination in Europe. Ayia Napa is a tourist paradise in Cyprus. The lovely Gold Coast, crystal clear waters, dreamlike nights and enthusiastic and simple people together constitute a picture of Cyprus’ historical customs. Before Ayia Napa became a metropolis and tourist center, it was a purely agricultural village. No matter how prosperous Ayia Napa is today, the local people still retain their previous customs and habits, and always take time out to engage in ancient work such as farming or fishing.