Nakamoto’s Den 2019 – Why Cyprus?

Cyprus is a highly respectable Business and Entrepreneurial center. The island has a vibrant Mediterranean culture and some of the world’s most historic sites. Accompanied with it’s award winning sunny beaches and incredible nature reserves, Cyprus is simply an irresistible place to visit.

Limassol Beach
Business destination

Businesses in Cyprus, enjoy one of the most favourable business environments in Europe. Cyprus has the lowest corporate tax rates in the entire European Union of 12,5% and thus most chosen by international tax planners. Additionally, there is no withholding tax on Dividends at all. There is an extensive network of double-taxation treaties, that allows to create highly effective tax planning structures to increase profit for minimal outlay. As Cyprus is a member state of the European Union, Cypriot companies have access to EU directives and EU VAT registration. Protected by legislation the shares can be held by nominees so that your anonymity and confidentiality is safeguarded. Cyprus enjoys excellent infrastructure as well,  with professional, legal (primarily based on English law) and tax-planning services. Finally, Cyprus enjoys an advanced telecommunications network as well as two airports (Larnaca and Paphos), which provide frequent flights to many destinations.

Limassol Molos
Tourist Destination

Cyprus is known for its beautiful sandy beaches with clean waters – the European Environment Agency recognises Cyprus’s beaches as the cleanest in Europe. For swimming and other water sports, the island boasts over 40 official blue flag beaches. From each city, you can enjoy a part of the Mediterranean Sea, with the most expansive coastlines being Larnaca, Famagusta, Agia Napa, Kyrenia, Limassol and Paphos.

Agia Napa

It has blue skies and perfect year-round weather, Cyprus enjoys mild winters, longer summers and short autumn and spring periods. This typical Mediterranean climate is attractive, especially to Europeans wishing to escape bad weather in their home countries. There are generally at least six hours of bright sunshine every day, even in the middle of winter, giving visitors a truly pleasant climate all year round.

Petra tou Romiou

There are travelling options for lovers of luxury. For visitors who wish to appreciate a life of luxury in Cyprus, there are a number of options – from family-run luxury hotels to five star resorts, you are guaranteed the allure of the traditional Cypriot hospitality combined with modern sophistication. Cyprus is also home to several casinos, world-class sporting and spa facilities for your entertainment

Limassol Marina
Limassol City

Blessed by excellent weather all year round, blue flag beaches, perfectly preserved ancient sites, nearby traditional village escapes and an impressive lifestyle status are only some of the ingredients that make Limassol an attractive destination for eager investors or holidaymakers alike.
The town’s coastline, lined by an impressive selection of Resorts, attracts visitors from all corners of the world. The top-class facilities, impeccable designs and gourmet cuisine, coupled with a most friendly and hospitable approach brings the destination at the forefront of any other competing neighbouring country.

Limassol City

Being the second largest town of Cyprus, it rapidly developed over the years as one of the most important maritime, commercial, cultural, tourism and service centre.  The sophisticated telecommunication services, high level of technical support, favourable tax regimes for new residents, the feeling of being home away from home and quality of education provide an inviting choice for entrepreneurs and their families.

The town’s Municipality undertook a major facelift plan, embellishing the seafront area, reviving the old part of the town and revamping important historic buildings, some of which were transformed in trendy clubs, restaurants or even into private offices.   Further boosting Limassol’s popularity is an exclusive waterfront development and one of the biggest investments made on the island; the new Limassol Marina, acting as a magnet for the most affluent of the region.

Limassol Beaches

A wide selection of elegant residences, a state-of-the-art yacht haven and abundant shopping areas with known brand names or local arts and crafts, create a desired lifestyle uniquely conceived for ‘living by the sea’, with nothing to envy from other similar Mediterranean islands.

The cosmopolitan facet of the town, with organised yearly events, cultural festivals and important business gatherings reinforces its current growing status as one of the preferred hotspots for business investments and holiday getaways.

To find out much more information about Cyprus and Limassol especially, please visit Limassol Tourism Board website, a non-profit organization solely dedicated to our amazing city.

Limassol Tourism Board

Blessed by excellent weather all year round, blue flag beaches, perfectly preserved ancient sites, nearby traditional village escapes and an impressive lifestyle status are only some of the ingredients that make Limassol an attractive destination for eager investors or holidaymakers alike.
The town’s coastline, lined by an impressive selection of Resorts, attracts visitors from all corners of the world. The top-class facilities, impeccable designs and gourmet cuisine, coupled with a most friendly and hospitable approach brings the destination at the forefront of any other competing neighbouring country.

Being the second largest town of Cyprus, it rapidly developed over the years as one of the most important maritime, commercial, cultural, tourism and service centre.  The sophisticated telecommunication services, high level of technical support, favourable tax regimes for new residents, the feeling of being home away from home and quality of education provide an inviting choice for entrepreneurs and their families.

The town’s Municipality undertook a major facelift plan, embellishing the seafront area, reviving the old part of the town and revamping important historic buildings, some of which were transformed in trendy clubs, restaurants or even into private offices.   Further boosting Limassol’s popularity is an exclusive waterfront development and one of the biggest investments made on the island; the new Limassol Marina, acting as a magnet for the most affluent of the region.

Limassol City
Limassol Beaches

A wide selection of elegant residences, a state-of-the-art yacht haven and abundant shopping areas with known brand names or local arts and crafts, create a desired lifestyle uniquely conceived for ‘living by the sea’, with nothing to envy from other similar Mediterranean islands.

The cosmopolitan facet of the town, with organised yearly events, cultural festivals and important business gatherings reinforces its current growing status as one of the preferred hotspots for business investments and holiday getaways.

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