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Map of Cyprus by Aphrodite Sun Properties

With a surface area roughly the same as East Anglia, Aphrodite's Isle isn't a very big place. Look at our map of Cyprus, and you'll see that by British standards you're never far fom anywhere here.

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Our map of Cyprus marking major towns, airports and golf courses

 
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Map of Cyprus showing the locations of its major towns, the two international airports, and its golf courses

Cyprus' Golf Courses (Current & Future)

In November 2006, the Ministry of Tourism announced a progam to boost the Republic's tourism infrastructure.

In an effort to attract a more exclusive kind of visitor, Cyprus' golf courses, then four in number, would be supplemented with the construction of a further fourteen facilities across the Republic. This, together with the construction of two theme parks, the Ministry said, would firmly establish Cyprus as a premium destinaiton on the European tourism map.

Competing tenders for the fourteen golfing resort licences began to pour in until the number of bids exceeded the number of permits by three to one.

Within a year, however, the island was faced with a serious drought, and growing concerns about the additional strain Cyprus' new golf courses would put on the nation's fresh water supply. Then, as the water shortage caused a number of course proposals to fall by the wayside, the global economy went into meltdown, throwing the future of the proposed golf courses into further doubt.
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Cyprus' International Airports

The locations of both Larnaca and Paphos international airports are shown on our map of Cyprus above.

By the time Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004, its two international airports, which had been built in haste following the 1974 invasion, were in serious need of modernisation. The contract for the management and expansion of both airports went to Hermes Airports, a French/Canadian/Cypriot conglomerate, who assumed control in May 2006.

The new terminal at Paphos International Airport was opened in November 2008, while the brand-new Larnaca International Airport was completed by November 2009.

The expansion works brought substantial improvements to the airports' ability to handle growing passenger numbers, as well as a host of new facilities and amenities, and vast improvements to passenger comfort. It also brought with it a boost to Cyprus' public transport system, as airport shuttles are now running from all major cities and resorts.

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