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So You Want To Move To Cyprus ?

Published on Monday, October 26, 2009 by

When I was deciding to move to Cyprus, one of things that really annoyed me was the lack of information out there. Yes there are lots of useful web sites and dribbles of information scattered around each, but nothing with an accurate compilation of information. So I had to spend weeks and months surfing the net finding everything out, which was time consuming and impractical.

What seemed to be missing was one easy to read web site with all of the important information compiled and ready to view. So I decided to create this page in the hope that it helps anybody thinking of moving or travelling to Cyprus. There are a number of interesting articles here, many being the sort of questions that I needed answering and also lots of useful hints and tips on how to get the best out of your experience.

Many people each year realize that moving to Cyprus is a brilliant decision to make, by moving to Cyprus you are introduced to a rich culture, a sunny climate and a more happier and healthier lifestyle than the one you currently have. The average daytime temperature in the summer is between 26-29C and in winter it is between 10-13C, in the winter Troodos range skiing conditions are perfect. The sea temperature in summer is around 25C and in winter it never drops below 17C; obviously Cyprus is the perfect place to be at all year round.

By moving to Cyprus you are able to experience the best Mediterranean climate, with about 340 days out of the year of complete sunshine you are guaranteed a sun kissed tan. In Cyprus there are long hot summers from June to September and mild winters between November and March. The spring and autumn seasons are extremely short and can change quickly. There are only 3 countries in the world, which includes Cyprus where you can swim and ski all in the same day.

Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean and is an island of truly magnificent beauty; the sandy golden beaches against the rocky terrain are complimented by the amazing view of the prominent mountain ranges within the backdrop of the island. Moving to Cyprus means you are able to discover the momentous features of this historic island, you are able to visit the Greek temples, Byzantine churches, Crusader castles and various remains that have been left from the Romans, Franks, Venetians and Phoenicians which established themselves on the island at varied times over the past 3,000 years.

The people of Cyprus are extremely friendly and inviting to all the visitors that arrive on the island, the hospitality of the locals, the fantastic lifestyle that is available and the weather makes Cyprus a perfect destination for anyone to live in permanently, it truly is a fantastic place to live.

9 Responses
    • This is a great site. We are moving to Cyprus from Australia next year and have been looking for a site like this that has all the info I need in one convenient location. I’d appreciate any more information that you could provide on the cost of living as I have no idea how much, for example, utilities cost per quarter, nor food, education, cars etc… We are a family of four – my wife has her own IT business and we have two Primary School aged children. Currently, we are looking to settle in the Paphos region and are considering the International School or the American Academy for our children. Any information and/or recommendations you could give us would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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