Useful Information
2.4 Currency

The national currency is the Euro. Shopkeepers frequently accept major credit cards. However, for day-to-day touring (taxis, buses, tickets to archaeological sites, etc.) and tipping at restaurants (between 5% to 10% depending on how large your bill is), visitors are advised carry an adequate supply of cash. Hotels, banks and both Airports have facilities for changing foreign currency but not always traveller’s cheques. Also lots of ATM machines / Cash Points exist in several places and take all major credit cards.

2.5 Immigration Requirements

Visitors from EU countries as well as many other countries do not require a Visa Permit for a visit to Cyprus provided that their passport is valid for at least six months from the date of entry. Guests that are resident outside the EU are advised to check with their nearest Cyprus embassy or consulate in their country of residence for guidance. If a Visa Permit is needed then you may also need an Invitation Letter and/or a Proof of Accommodation Reservation, which we shall be happy to provide upon request.

2.6 Health

Cyprus is one of the safest countries in Europe from a medical point of view. In the unfortunate case that medical attention is needed, a doctor is on call 24 hours a day at Blue Coral Beach Villas. Vaccinations are not considered necessary but guests may wish to consult their doctors before visiting.

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