Cyprus Property Developers
View new residential and commercial projects in Cyprus, plus resort developments by the TOP Property developers in Cyprus.
Cyprus - one of the world's most popular tourist destinations is located in the hot and sunny Mediterranean. Cyprus small world famous island is a haven for many Northern Europeans looking for a resort or gated community that offers a range of facilities including golf and water sport entertainment.
Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. Cyprus sits at a crossroads between Europe, Western Asia, and Northern Africa. It is for this reason that Greek, Anatolian, Levantine and British influences have all played their part in the Cypriot culture. The island is effectively split into two with the Northern areas of Cyprus appealing more to the Middle Eastern peoples and the south to the Europeans.
Officially the Republic of Cyprus is a country island in an area known as Eurasia, and is located in the East Mediterranean. Turkey sits to the North, the Levant to the West, and Egypt to the South with Greece sitting East-Southeast. Syria and Lebanon also sit to the East and Israel to the South East.
If you are trying to find specific developments in Cyprus, their developers, and what options there are for the buyer and or investor in North Cyprus or South Cyprus, with resorts or communities, then review the latest or past editions of the monthly International Property Developers Magazine.
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