Cyprus has an efficient infrastructure according to European standards:
- Transportation. Cyprus has an extensive network of roads and highways that connect major cities and towns. There are also public transportation options available, including buses and taxis. Two multi-purpose deep seaports are located in Limassol and Larnaca, with the Limassol port being an emerging cruise liner hub and a popular “stop-over” for international cruise ships. There are two modern international airports in Larnaca and Paphos which are serviced by many international airlines, offering their services to approximately 10 million visitors per year. Their geographic location in-between Europe, Africa,and the Middle East makes them ideal airline hubs for traffic and flight operations between these locations.
- Utilities. Cyprus has a reliable supply of electricity, water, and gas. The country has several power stations that generate electricity, and it also imports electricity from other countries when necessary. The water supply is available to all parts of the island. The country also has a natural gas pipeline that supplies gas to power plants and other industries.
- Telecommunications. Cyprus has a well-developed telecommunications infrastructure, with a high percentage of households having access to fixed-line and mobile phones, as well as high-speed internet connections.
- All local commercial banks operate an international
- Developed technology infrastructure (internet,
- Digitalization of economy under way - strategic
priority of the government