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Jobs on Cyprus

The Mediterranean island of Cyprus is a dream destination for vacation. Beautiful beaches, blue waters, picturesque white villages. The stunning island of Cyprus has many surprises to offer! But why go on a vacation if you can also have a job on Cyprus and enjoy this beautiful island for a while?

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Typical Cypriot

Ideally located between Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus is now a popular place for many tourists and people who want to work and live abroad. For good reason, because in addition to the very good cuisine with Greek and Middle Eastern flavours, you will find countless beautiful beaches, mountains up to 2000 metres high and many other exciting places.


Due to its strategic location, Cyprus is a thriving hub for career opportunities. Cyprus offers a favourable business climate and a welcoming atmosphere and is therefore an ideal place to work and live. So make sure to check our jobs on Cyprus…


With more than 300 days of sunshine yearly, Cyprus is a typical Mediterranean island, always blessed with warm temperatures and little rain. It is very easy to get around the island by bus, as the road network is modern and well-developed. Watch out though, in Cyprus you drive on the left-hand side! By the way, Cyprus is one hour ahead of Spain and Denmark since it shares the same time zone as Finland and Greece.

The Cyprus pound was replaced by the euro as the currency of the Republic of Cyprus in 2008. However, the Turkish Lira is the official currency in Northern Cyprus. 

Blue water on cyprus

The Must-See's of Cyprus

Cyprus has a lot of copper resources, which in history attracted a lot of attention to the island. Moreover, Cyprus has a rich cultural heritage as well. For instance, ancient barn churches (which are even UNESCO World Heritage Sites), mosques, monasteries and cathedrals invite you to experience and understand the culture and history.

The cuisine of Cyprus is also shaped by the influence of both Greeks and Turks. An example of this is ‘meze’, also known as the tapas of Cyprus. You can get this dish served either way hot or cold. Well-known meze dishes include tzatziki, taramosalata, hummus and halloumi.

There is also Turtle Beach in the north of Cyprus where you can witness a very special event! In summer, the turtles lay their eggs there and as soon as the little turtle babies hatch, they migrate towards the sea. This nesting site is very important for endangered sea turtles, particularly the Green and Loggerhead turtles. 

Did you know…

  • Cyprus hosts lively carnival celebrations known as ‘Aprokies’ with colourful parades, music, dancing, and elaborate costumes.
  • Cyprus boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Paphos Archaeological Park, the Painted Churches in the Troodos Region, and Choirokoitia, an ancient Neolithic settlement. 
  • Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, is born on Cyprus according to Greek Methodology. 
  • Cyprus is the only country in the European Union with two official languages: Greek and Turkish.
  • The oldest wine in the world, which is still in production, originates from Cyprus. The production of ‘Commandaria’ dates back over 5,000 years! 
Colourful sunset in Larnaka, Cyprus

Your first words!

Both Greek and Turkish are spoken in Cyprus.


Parakaló, miláte aggliká? - Excuse me, do you speak English? 

Ton logariasmó parakaló - The bill please

pósso káni? - How much does it cost?



Afedersiniz. Sipariş vermek istiyoruz lütfen - Excuse me, we would like to order please.

Tavsiyen için teşekkürler - Thank you for the tip.

Saat kaç? - What time is it?