Tourist Arrivals: January 2023
06 March 2023
KPMG in Cyprus
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The arrivals of tourists reached 90.549 in
January 2023 compared to 43.944 in January 2022, recording an
increase of 106,1%.
Analysis of countries
Arrivals from the United Kingdom were the main
source of tourism for January 2023, with a share of 20,6% (18.631)
of total arrivals, followed by Israel with 16,6% (14.991), Poland
with 12,3% (11.166) and Greece with 11,6% (10.459).
Purpose of visit
For a percentage of 64,8% of tourists, the
purpose of their trip in January 2023 was holidays, for 21,4% visit
to friends and relatives and for 13,4% business. Respectively, in
January 2022, 57,5% of tourists visited Cyprus for holidays, 22,3%
visited friends or relatives and 20,2% visited Cyprus for business
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