Cyprus tourism gaining new identity

Cyprus is throwing off its sun and sea destination image to offer other authentic experiences visitors can enjoy, including sports events such as L’Étape by Tour de France, said Deputy Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios.

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Cyprus eyes 2024 tourism recovery

Cyprus’ tourism is confident of building on this year’s healthy 175% increase in arrivals compared to a dismal 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic brought the industry to its knees. Presenting the work

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Fewer hotels to close this winter

An influx of tourists in September and October, combined with a state-sponsored staycation scheme for Cypriots, have helped hoteliers stay open this winter. In comments to the Financial Mirror, the Director-General of

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Tourism reboot for 2022

The Ministry of Tourism is putting everything into boosting the island’s seasonality to salvage what’s left of another coronavirus-battered year while laying the groundwork for a strong restart in 2022. Encouraged by

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Hotel institute must stay

The business community of Nicosia has embarked on a campaign to keep the Higher Hotel Institute in the capital. But for all the wrong reasons. There are many arguments for and against

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Tourism back on track ‘in next few years’

An upward trend in tourist arrivals, especially from non-traditional markets, has left stakeholders confident that the Cyprus holiday industry will be back on track in the next couple of years, reaching the

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