Cyprus property sales in April reached the highest monthly figure recorded since September 2008 according to official figures from the Department of Lands and Surveys.
The number of property sales contracts deposited at Land Registry offices across the
ExxonMobil’s discovery of a natural gas reservoir at the Glaucos well in plot 10 of Cyprus’ EEZ has an estimated value of between $30b and $40b and could generate enough electricity to cover Cyprus’ needs for the next 200 years, Phileleftheros reported on
Greek investors are very keen to invest in the Cyprus economy and are eyeing opportunities in excess of half a billion euros.
Informed sources told INSIDER that two big Athens-based construction companies – have joined forces and are close to signing t
Property for sale in Larnaca, Cyprus. Search 8000 of homes in Larnaca including villas, office, houses, apartments, townhouses, beach houses for sale. Larnaca is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus and the capital of the eponymous district. It is the third-largest city in the country.
Larnaca is located at the southeast cape of Cyprus. It is the successor town of the ancient Kitio, one of the most important kingdoms in ancient Cyprus, the birth city of the Philosopher Zinona. Today it is the third largest town in Cyprus, with a population of 62,997 residents (including Aradippou and Livadia). In Larnaca there is also an international airport which is the largest in Cyprus. History. Kitio was founded by Greek immigrants during the 14th century and was later an important community of the Finikon
Larnaca (also called Larnaka) is one of the premier seaside resorts in Cyprus. The beach is backed by a seafront promenade lined with swaying palm trees and overlooked by a squat fort. Just a few steps inland, the compact old town is home to the beautiful Agios Lazaros (Church of St. Lazarus) and an atmospheric and crumbling Turkish quarter where Larnaca's famous ceramic artisans have set up shop.
Property for sale in Larnaca, 3rd-largest Cypriot city Pop. 51,000 (metro 81,000), is on the southeast coast of Cyprus, on Larnaca Bay. It is home to the main commercial airport of Cyprus. Larnaca is one of the oldest continually inhabited places in Cyprus. The original place name for Larnaca was Kition, or Citium in Latin, which was the chief city of a small kingdom dating from the 13th century BC.