Helen Epaminonda

Helen left the UK to live in Cyprus in 1994. She married her Greek Cypriot husband and moved into the dream house that they had built. She has two children, whom she has raised in Cyprus. She has taught English Language/Literature to Cypriot children/adults, and is currently a freelance editor. She says: “It’s a slower lifestyle than the UK, with the added bonus of feeling safe. Cyprus is steeped in history and culture, and the British are always welcomed here. Cypriots are great people and I have many friends who are British and other nationalities too!”

Articles by Helen Epaminonda

How is the Cyprus government tackling climate change?

If you are interested in owning your home in Cyprus, you could be wondering where Cyprus stands regarding climate change. What policies are the government implementing to make the country more environmentally friendly? Let’s have a look…

Cyprus property market update: January 2022

As the world returns slowly to normal, what has changed for home buyers in Cyprus over the past two years? Above all, what has happened to the property market in Cyprus? 

The features and practices of the Cyprus National Health System/GESY

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.

Cruising to new adventures in Cyprus

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.