Located on the south coast, Limassol is the second largest and the most vibrant city in Cyprus with fashionable, extended leisure and entertainment facilities, sandy beaches, a 15km long coastal pathway, a casino and four 18-hole golf courses accessible within 30 minutes. It boasts renowned historical sites and two modern marinas.
An international business hub for the shipping, oil and gas industries, Limassol has also attracted a lot of investment, claiming over 50% of the Cypriot high-end residential property sales in 2017.
The city provides high level of healthcare and international education.
It is only 45 minutes' drive from Larnaka and Pafos International Airports, the capital Nicosia and Troodos mountains.
Cyprus is a member of the EU and the Eurozone, the third largest island in the Mediterranean, ideally situated in the north-eastern part, at the crossroads between Western Europe and the Middle East.
A popular holiday destination with a superb year-round climate, clean sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, rich culture and popular traditional cuisine, Cyprus also features a well-developed infrastructure with road networks, ports, marinas and two modern international airports. It provides a high standard of professional services with the financial and legal services being based on the British system and EU law.
Cyprus has an efficient tax system, which allows for low tax rates, including Corporation Tax which is among the lowest in Europe. It provides significant advantages and benefits to investors and prospective residential buyers in Cyprus, including the ability to obtain Cypriot citizenship and the granting of a Permanent Residence Permit to non EU citizens (and their families). The recent discovery of natural gas reserves in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus will considerably change the economic outlook of the island with imminent indirect and direct benefits.