Living in Cyprus
In 2004 Cyprus became a member state of the European Union and adopted European laws by modifying its Constitution in order to harmonize it with EU Directives. Cyprus is also a signatory to many international treaties and conventions. On 1 January 2008 Cyprus joined the Eurozone and adopted the Euro (€) as its national currency.
One of the advantages of the Mediterranean region is its warm climate all year round, and Cyprus is no exception. Warm weather and clear sunny skies are guaranteed for almost 365 days a year. It is so warm in Cyprus that it snows every winter for only a few days.
The average sea temperature of the island ranges from 20 to 27 ° C from May to November. A warm winter is very important for those who think about moving, and not just about a short visit to Cyprus during their summer holidays.
One of the lowest crime rates
The crime rate is very low. This is very important if you go to live in Cyprus with children and dear loved ones. Cyprus is recognized as one of the safest countries in the world for living or vacationing. Many Cypriots don’t even lock the front door at night!
Cost of living
Even though the country itself is developed, the cost of living in Cyprus, and especially in Larnaca, is much lower than in other developed countries of the European Union. Such examples include the cost of gasoline, food, water, telephone and much more, which makes moving to Cyprus not expensive relative to the center of Europe.
You can go here to live for a long time and live in Cyprus until old age without fear for your health. There are private and public hospitals in every city in Cyprus, close to your future residence. In case of emergency, you can visit the emergency department at the state hospital, at any time, for 10 euros.