To offer greater accessibility and a seamless application process to UK residents and foreign nationals in the UK who plan to travel to the popular holiday destination of Cyprus and need visa related services, VFS Global has launched four new application centres for the Embassy of Republic of Cyprus.
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation is celebrating a record-breaking year for tourism with global visitors up 14.6 per cent in 2017 compared to 2016. From January to December 2017, Cyprus’ global tourist arrivals reached 3,652,073; a 14.6 per cent increase on 2016.
Cobalt Air will launch a new daily service beginning, linking London Heathrow with Larnaca, Cyprus, on March 27th. Cobalt Air is the only carrier offering connections to Cyprus from London’s three main airports: Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation’s September 2017 visitor figures continue to show strong growth to the destination. From January to September 2017, global tourist arrivals to Cyprus reached 3,001,603, compared to 2,617,218 in 2016; a year-on-year increase of 14.7 per cent.
This November, for one week only, Londoners will be able to say ‘Hallou-mi!’ to the latest pop-up restaurant with halloumi in every course on the menu. This exciting new venture has been launched by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation as a way of showcasing their national cheese and entice people to visit the island.
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation has released its latest visitor figures for January to August 2017, showing continued growth. From January to August 2017, global tourist arrivals to Cyprus reached 2,517,887, compared to 2,196,017 in 2016; a year-on-year increase of 14.7 per cent.
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation has confirmed that 2017 is on track to be its most successful year on record in terms of global tourist arrivals. From January to June 2017, global tourist arrivals to Cyprus reached 1,463,206, compared to 1,255,240 in 2016; a year-on-year increase of 16.6 per cent and the highest ever total arrivals for this period to date.
Thanos Hotels & Resorts has acquired the Aloe Hotel in Paphos to add to its portfolio of owned and managed resorts. The European hospitality group currently comprises the iconic Anassa, sleek Almyra and classic Annabelle hotels in Cyprus.