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Drakos2 1100x778In 2017 Paphos  is announced as the Cultural Capital of Europe  and this is the most outstanding moment in Paphos Modern history.    

Paphos will host a very important tourism conference in December which has attracted more than a thousand participants and Tour Operators.

Pafos european capital of culturePaphos is planning to increase promotion of the district and has drawn up an action plan for 2017, which includes improvements in the use of social media and other promotional outlets, according to an announcement by the local tourism board.

money euroThe Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, has issued statistical findings of the general household expenditure across the EU nations.

In the analysis of the individual EU country the data shows that the Cyprus Household Expenditure, which includes water, housing, electricity, gas and other fuels, takes up 16.6% share of Cypriot household budgets in 2015. The European average is significantly higher which holds 25% share of the average household budget! 

DSC 2701Investing in this prestigious seafront Kato Paphos property that is really special not to mention rare... you will have the best holiday location in Cyprus to call your own.

DSC00253A whopping €3,000 was raised for Archangel Michael Hospice at the fun filled event at our offices on Friday 25th November.

We were delighted to have such wonderful support from local businesses ensuring this fabulous event was indeed a very special and exciting community charity event.

Economy growthCyprus’s economy expanded 2.9 per cent year-on-year in the second quarter and a seasonally adjusted 2.7 per cent, the statistical service said citing revised figures which confirmed an August 12 flash estimate.

The Cypriot economy grew 0.7 per cent in the second quarter compared to the previous three-month period, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Thursday.
In January to March, the economy grew an annual 2.6 per cent and a quarterly 1 per cent, according to Cystat.