a. UK Nationals/British people can continue to live/work/study in Cyprus for as long as they wish . Their rights are protected due to the agreement with the EU in 12/17.
b. Once you are permanently resident in Cyprus you must register with Immigration after 90 days of arrival to legalise you status. This is the MEU1.
c. If you have been here full-time for 5 years or more you must now apply for a new residency permit, the MEU3 (long waiting list for appointments in Paphos)
Water quality at Paphos beaches is excellent, according to the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) and Cymepa, with the area this week set to receive 16 Blue Flags.
President of the Winter Swimmers Matthaios Ierokypiotis said this year all 16 of the town’s beaches will be given the flags on Thursday.
Nemea Village Project is a delightful project of high quality homes perched on the crest of the hill. The project is also within easy walking distance (600 m) to the very dynamic and effervescent Tala Village square studded with quaint restaurants, convenience shops and restaurant/bars.
Cyprus is basking in sunshine and another amazing tourist season is in the full swing. Cyprus is also highly regarded as a safe and secure holiday destination. In 2016-2017 Cyprus achieved record arrival numbers which earned local economy 12% of the Cyprus GDP in 2016.
Rebranded Cyprus Airways on Thursday carried out its first flight to Athens, as previously announced.
The Airbus A319 aircraft landed at Athens’ international airport at 4.45pm, according to a press release.
On the tarmac, the aircraft was greeted with a water arch.
Fitch has upgraded its rating on Cyprus’ to ‘BB+’ from ‘BB’ because of the country’s strong cyclical economic recovery and prudent fiscal policy.
Fitch’s rating on Cyprus is now just one step below investment grade and the outlook is positive, although the agency said weakness in the banking sector is still a risk to public finances.