Cyprus is an all-year-round destination with the warmest Mediterranean climate, and is fully functional all year round. It is large enough to have bustling town centres amidst archaeological monuments, a multitude of resorts, extensive shopping and stylish seafront clubs, yet all are within easy reach. Celebrated for its food and wine, groups are spoiled with dining options: from the simplest fresh catch of the day by the sea, a family prepared mezze in a village taverna, artisanal Mediterranean cuisine served in a traditional stone-built home to sampling gourmet menus at the hip Limassol Marina. An easy-going way of life, a true sense of hospitality, a feeling of safety and high-end services combine to offer all the elements you need for successful events.
Nicosia – the capital and last European divided city
Limassol - the vibrant city and cosmopolitan hub
Larnaka & outskirts - the cultural choice and nearby trendy summer resorts
Pafos - the nature lovers’ choice and archaeological haven
Glafcos Clerides International Airport, Larnaka
Pafos International Airport, Pafos
4-5-hour direct flight from UK
GMT +2 (winter and summer)
Greek (English is widely spoken)
Climate: Mild winters and warm summers with plenty of sunshine
The island’s strategic location, in close proximity to mainland Europe and the Middle East with excellent flight connectivity, makes Cyprus the ideal choice for all types of EMEA meetings and conferences. The high standard resorts offer purpose-built spaces with state-of-the-art conference facilities and have the flexibility to accommodate your specific requirements. Groups can combine work and pleasure thanks to excellent weather conditions and range of options.
Yacht racing, gala dinners at ancient monuments, 4×4 challenges, culinary experiences and team building on the beach are just a sample of what is on offer for events. For a more leisurely activity head towards the mountains to the Krassochoria (wine villages), taking in wine tasting stops. Groups can walk along the narrow streets of the Troodos villages and dine in a small taverna. Drop down to the coast and explore Pafos, take in the popular mosaics then can quench their thirst by the old fishing port facing the impressive Pafos Fort, or sail along the Akamas nature preserve region with a surprise barbecue by a secluded beach.