Apartments for sale in Paphos? Paphos is a city on the south west zone of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Populated since Neolithic times, it has several sites relating to the cult of goddess Aphrodite, whose mythical birthplace was at Old Paphos (Kouklia). New Paphos is the modern city that incorporates the harbor, and the ancient ruins of tombs, fortresses, theaters and villas at Paphos Archaeological Park.
Firstly, it is important to point out that when selling property in Cyprus there are certain regulations and legislation that must be followed, protecting both buyer and seller. We will explain all the legalities with you and help you understand exactly what’s involved when selling real estate.
Why Choose Us? Paphos is unlike any other region in Cyprus. It’s as traditional as it is modern, and as authentic as it is comfortable. For decades we have lived in this tranquil part of the country and we know the villages, the high streets and everywhere in between. It’s this first-hand level of experience that allows us to offer the effective services that so many have come to trust. We know what to look for. We know where to search. We understand the differences between lifestyles and can offer advice on where our clients will find what they are looking for when buying a home. For sellers, we understand that you want to get the most from your property and that’s why we’ll carry out a valuation and offer consultancy to anyone that needs it. Discover extra info on Paphos apartments for sale.
For those looking to wear their walking boots, the Akamas Peninsula is a wild and beautiful place perfect for hikers and nature lovers. It contains a staggering amount of flora and fauna and is home to 35 plant species only found in Cyprus. The trails here are all well marked and organised, meaning everyone, not just seasoned walkers, can enjoy them. The most popular is the Aphrodite Trail, which takes around four hours and begins and ends at the Baths of Aphrodite and takes in the monastery ruins of Pyrgos tis Rigainas along the way. The other trail not to miss is the Adonis Trail, which is a shorter, three-hour walk.
Credit rating agency Moody’s expects the major sectors of the Cypriot economy to recover within two or three quarters. In a credit rating report published last week, Moody’s says: “Tourism-related construction activity will likely remain below pre-crisis levels over several quarters, while residential construction will be more resilient. We also expect the performance of the business services sector to be robust. As a result of these trends, we expect a gradual economic recovery in the second half of 2020 and in 2021.” Find additional information at https://www.property-canvas.com/.