Discover Medical Categories Available in Cyprus

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery 17 clinics

Reproductive Medicine 15 clinics

Oncology 11 clinics

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) 10 clinics

Bariatric Surgery 9 clinics

Dermatology 8 clinics

Cosmetology 8 clinics

Hair Restoration 7 clinics

General Medicine 7 clinics

Diagnostic Imaging 6 clinics

Dentistry 6 clinics

Ophthalmology 6 clinics

Endocrinology 5 clinics

Dentistry Packages 5 clinics

Gynecology 5 clinics

Laboratory Medicine 4 clinics

Cardiology 4 clinics

Orthopedics 4 clinics

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 4 clinics

Colorectal Medicine 3 clinics

Urology 2 clinics

Infectious Diseases 1 clinics

Spinal Surgery 1 clinics

Gastroenterology 1 clinics

General Surgery 1 clinics

Psychology 1 clinics

Psychiatry 1 clinics

Discover the Regions of Cyprus

Nicosia 66 clinics

Limassol 2 clinics

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About Cyprus

Cyprus is an island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, it is renowned for its history, mythology, ancient riches, sunny weather, and natural beauty. Today, Cyprus is an emerging medical tourism destination. Short waiting lists and competitive prices have put Cyprus at the top of the list of medical tourism destinations within the region. The medical centers in the country offer high-quality specialized care, with well-trained doctors and attentive staff on call day and night. In addition to the professional doctors and medical staff, the medical centers are also well-equipped with the most modern medical technology.

Popular Cities and Regions in Cyprus

Larnaca, one of the largest cities in Cyprus, is famous among foreign visitors. It is mainly popular for its long and beautiful seafront, fringed by palm trees, taverns, and cafes. The most popular beaches are Mackenzie Beach, Finikoudes Beach, and Faros Beach. Besides its beaches, Larnaca is also popular for its historical monuments, such as Stavrovouni Monastery, Ayios Lazaros (the Church of Saint Lazarus, and Larnaca Medieval Castle. Paphos, an ancient port city in the western part of the country, is also frequented by tourists. Some of the attractions are Kato Paphos, Ktima (Old Town), and the harbor.

Transport in Cyprus

Flights to Cyprus arrive at one of the two international airports serving the country, Larnaca International Airport and Paphos International Airport. However, the main international airport is Larnaca International Airport, which serves flights to numerous international destinations, including London, Tel Aviv, Moscow, Amman, and Abu Dhabi. Although there are no domestic air service and train network, getting around Cyprus is quite easy. The south of Cyprus has a reliable and frequent intercity bus system. The buses are modern, usually on time, and have standard fares. However, bus services in the north are usually unreliable and rarely used by visitors since they do not seem to follow a timetable. Renting a car is a great way to get around and gives visitors more flexibility. Inside cities and towns, buses and taxis are widely available. Taxis are the easiest way to travel, but they are generally more expensive. 

Visas in Cyprus

Holders of passports issued by all EU countries, Australia, the US, the UK, Canada, Japan, Iceland, and several other countries are allowed to visit and stay in Cyprus for up to 90 days without a visa. Citizens of other countries not listed in the visa-exempt agreement, such as China and India, are required to apply and obtain a visa before arriving in Cyprus. Make sure to consult the Cypriot Ministry of Foreign Affairs to learn about the visa requirements.

Weather in Cyprus

Thanks to its location in the Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus enjoys over 300 days of sunshine every year. Summer, from mid-May to mid-October, is long, warm, dry, and generally pleasant. The temperatures during this season can soar to 35°C. In December, the winter starts, characterized by mild temperatures and a significant amount of rain. The average temperature in the winter hovers around 17°C. Autumn (from October to November) and spring (from March to May) are short, but both have pleasant weather. 

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: Cyprus adopted the euro (€) in 2008. US$1 converts to approximately €0.85. 
  2. Money & Payments: Reliable ATMs can be found in major towns and tourist areas. Credit cards, particularly MasterCard and Visa, are accepted in larger hotels, shops, and restaurants. It is best, however, to always carry some cash with you, especially if you are planning to go to smaller towns or villages. Tipping is expected, usually around 10% of the bill. 
  3. Local Language: Greek is the most commonly used language in Cyprus, spoken as a first language by around 80% of the population. Turkish is spoken as a first language by 10% of the population. English is common, particularly in tourist areas.  
  4. Local Culture and Religion: Greek Orthodox is the largest religion in Cyprus. However, most people in the north identifies as Muslim.
  5. Public holidays: Ohi Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Epiphany, Cyprus National Day, Ash Monday, and Independence Day are some of the more important public holidays.