Cyprus offers a diverse range of attractions for curious and daring travelers. The nation is recognized for its around 40 blue-flagged beaches, which are ranked #1 on the list of pure swimming water by the European Environment Agency.
Cyprus is recognized as the birthplace of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, and is home to mythology-themed monuments such as the Adonis Baths, a magnificent waterfall near Krya Vrysi.
Three Cypriot monuments are protected by the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization: Choirokoitia, Painted Churches in the Troodos Region, and Paphos (UNESCO).
Every Monday, the country updates a risk assessment list based on the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), which categorizes global countries into three groups and specifies the regulations for travelers arriving in Cyprus from each country.
Low-risk nations are represented by green, moderately high-risk countries are represented by orange, and very high-risk countries are represented by red.
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According to the Cypriot government’s most recent risk assessment, green nations, which are exempt from any testing or self-isolation requirements, include the following:
Apart from green nations, fully vaccinated travelers, regardless of nationality, are able to visit the Republic of Cyprus without being subjected to isolation or testing.
However, before entering the country, a necessary form must be completed within 24 hours.
The country was successfully connected to the EU Digital COVID Certificate gateway on July 1, which implies that holders of one of the following papers can enter Cyprus by showing a vaccination certificate, a recovery certificate, or a COVID-19 test result that is negative.
The cheapest nicest hotels in Larnaca for August 2021:
Mikes Kanarium City Hotel. Book here.
Sun Hall Beach Hotel Apartments. Book here.
Tsialis Hotel Apartments. Book here.
Hotel Opera. Book here.