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Have you ever heard about or seen this sunken church? Follow the link to watch the amazing video. If you've ever seen it yourself, share your photos in the comments!

https://in-cyprus.com/magical-footage-of-the-submerged-church-of-ayios-nicolaos-at-kouris-video/

Tuesday, 30 April 2019 13:07

Bank Holiday tomorrow the 1st of May

Don't forget tomorrow (1st of May)  is a Bank Holiday! And if you did forget and want to keep up to date on all the upcoming Cyprus Bank Holidays until 2021, click the link below to find a full list that you can even download and print - handy!

https://www.findingcyprus.com/info/bank-holidays.html

Saturday, 27 April 2019 12:04

Some updates and new stuff coming!

We just reorganised our menus on our website to make things clearer and getting ready for some new things we are doing shortly.

You will soon see more new content on the website, parts refreshed and updated. And we are making changes to our social media prescense, content and methods,  and starting soon to have guest blog articles with great and relevant information for you here.

Friday, 08 December 2017 17:14

O'Neills New Years Eve Party

Its here again! The best New years eve party in Paphos!

Sponsored by Finding Cyprus & Rock FM

DJ Antonis and DJ Steph

Live show from Matthew Edmondson

Charity raffle and a few surprises!!!

Free admission and free exit, hangover included.

O'Neills....The only way to start 2018 in Cyprus!

Its the Best Christmas party in Paphos at the Famous O'Neills Irish Bar and Grill on Tomb of the Kings road! AND!! This year will be Live on air in Rock FM!

Main Sponsor is Finding Cyprus

Saturday 16th December from 9pm til late
FREE Admission

THE 60 MINUTES STUFFING WITH JASON & SIMONE (MATTHEW LIVE) 21.00-22.00 “SPONSOR RSS LOGISTICS”
RAFFLE TICKETS TONY
THE CHRISTMAS CRACKER WITH JASON 22.00-23.00
“SPONSOR DEALS ON WHEELS”
RAFFLE TICKETS TONY
THE HO HO HO SHOW WITH SIMONE & STEF (SIMONE LIVE) 23.00-24.00
“SPONSOR PETER MORTON REMOVALS”
RAFFLE TICKETS TONY
THE NOT SO SILENT NIGHT WITH ANTONIS&PAUL 24.00-TILL LATE
“SPONSOR BRITCARS RENTAL”

With Great Raffle Prizes from O'Neills, Savvas Optical and Ruslan travel and more. All proceeds in aid of the Kivotos Foundation!

 
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 13:26

News

Here you can find links to news outlets from across the island and from abroad, your one stop for your cyprus news.

 

Thursday, 10 November 2016 03:44

Featured Partners

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Friday, 04 November 2016 23:42

Moving to Cyprus

Requirements of Residency

There are different rules and regulations on moving to Cyprus depending on your existing citizenship and where in the world you are moving from. For EU and EEA citizens, the move is a simple one because Cyprus is a member of the European Union. For non-EU citizens, there are strict regulations that you must follow.

EU/EEA Citizens

You don’t require a visa to enter Cyprus if you are a British citizen or British subject with right of living in the UK. There is no minimum passport validity requirement, but your passport must be valid for the whole duration of your stay.

EU/EEA nationals who are planning on staying in the Republic of Cyprus for more than 3 months are required to apply for a residence permit (yellow slip).

After 5 consecutive years of living in Cyprus, a permanent registration certificate can be applied for.

Non-EU/EEA Citizens

To understand the procedures of moving to Cyprus from a non-EU/EEA country, please visit the Cyprus Government website or make an appointment at your nearest Embassy or Consulate of the Republic of Cyprus.

 

Who to Contact Before the Move

If you are moving or retiring to Cyprus from the UK, it is best practice to contact the following centres before you move:

Your Local Council

Contact your local council and give them your new address, or if you don’t have a new address yet, tell them that you have quit your UK one.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)

You must contact HMRC before you move to Cyprus so that they can work out how much tax you need to pay in your new situation.
Read GOV.UK’s relevant page for full information and advice on taxation.

International Pension Centre

You need to contact the Pension Centre to understand what will happen to your pension when you move to Cyprus. Your state pension is claimable and payable in Cyprus if you’ve paid enough UK National Insurance contributions to qualify.

Relevant Benefit Offices

If you receive any benefits – e.g. Jobseeker's Allowance, Maternity, Childcare, Illness, Disability etc. –in the UK, you need to contact the relevant offices to tell them you’re moving to Cyprus.

 

Helpful Tips

  • Ensure you make copies of the following before you move:

Passport
Birth certificate for you and any children
Marriage certificate
Employment contract (if applicable)
Passport photographs
Medical and dental records

Friday, 04 November 2016 23:21

Where to stay?

Paphos Region

From Limassol on the south coast to Polis on the island’s north-western tip is the Paphos region of Cyprus. Most people flock to the region’s breath-taking beaches, which have white sands, edged by pam trees. Both Paphos and Limassol have retained their Mediterranean charm, with cobbled stone old towns and buzzing little cafes.

Larnaca Region

The island’s east coast is the nocturnal sister to the west. Ayia Napa has earned its stripes for being a town that knows how to let its hair down but turn your back on it and head out into the countryside and it’s a paradise for walkers and family outings.

Capital Nicosia

If a beach holiday isn’t your thing, then having Nicosia as your base could be the perfect option. It is an enticing city with museums, churches, mosques, traditional restaurants and unspoilt streets to explore.

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