Cyprus tourism proves resilient

Cyprus has proven its resilience in the face of the crises like the coronavirus pandemic and the Ukraine war, said tourism boss Savvas Perdios citing improved tourist arrivals for 2022. Tourist arrivals

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Cyprus launches long-distance hikes

To boost Cyprus’ attractiveness as a destination for hiking and nature activities, the Tourism Deputy Ministry and the Forestry Department have renovated two forest shelters in Paphos for long-distance hikers. From February,

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Hoteliers nervous about 2023

Tourism stakeholders hope to build on the tourist revival in 2022, although the ongoing COVID pandemic and instability created by the Ukraine war have them on edge for the new season. Hoteliers

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Ayia Napa golf in the rough

We have studied the Forest Department report and the Auditor General’s (with his negative position) on creating a golf course in Cape Greco between Paralimni and Ayia Napa; and the need for

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Larnaca climbing development ladder

Once lagging in urban development compared to the other cities, Larnaca is now at the forefront, argue stakeholders, pointing to key projects about to take off. Talking to the Financial Mirror, the

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