According to the latest statistics, 571 GPs, 1,900 specialists and 202 pediatricians have signed to join the GESY healthcare system to date. The system has been in operation for two years now, and overall, I think this aspect of Cyprus’s social reform has been successful.
As I’m sure you’ll remember from what I’ve told you in my other feature articles, Cyprus is a fantastic place. You’ve got what I call the sun, sea, and sand at your fingertips whenever you choose to enjoy them. You’ve also got fantastic local, cultural tavernas and cosmopolitan restaurants and bars too, plus hotels that are operated to very high standards. So, not only is Cyprus a great place to take a well-earned holiday, but it’s also a brilliant place to live.
Cyprus is awash with vineyards. There are over 50 wineries, stretching across the interior from Lefkara in the east and across the hills and mountains to Paphos in the west. The villages and country homes that nestle among the vineyards make a wonderful place to live, guaranteed to remain unspoilt, yet just a few minutes drive from the beach. A good way to investigate where to live is to follow one of the wine routes. Here are three in the Troodos Mountains.
Having come through the pandemic relatively well, Cyprus is looking to regrow its economy fast. For that it is dependent on tourism and investment from overseas. Right now, the signs are good, say European Union officials.
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