Trip to Kornos is a great experience that you will cherish for the rest of your life. The capital city of Cyprus, Nicosia, is an excellent location for holiday makers to enjoy their holiday. It is located on the west coast of Cyprus, having an international airport that connects it to most European countries. The capital city has modern hotels that are up to date in terms of service and amenities as well as cheap holiday home accommodation options.
Most visitors to Cyprus come to Nicosia from the UK and the other main tourist areas of England, Belgium and France. A journey by car from these countries takes about three hours, whereas a journey by public transport can take much longer. By car rental in Cyprus, you can reach the main tourist attractions of the city such as the Blue Mosque and the Grand Hotel quickly and easily without having to struggle through traffic. Car rentals in Cyprus are very affordable car hire companies usually have packages to suit any budget and arrangements can be made well in advance of your trip so that you don’t miss out on any fun or sightseeing opportunities.
Tourism has been a major contributor to the economic sustainability of Cyprus and Nicosia. The two-faced Emperor required British support to defeat the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in August 1947 and as a result both Cyprus and Nicosia have maintained close political and business ties with the Republic of Ireland. Tourism accounts for a significant amount of employment in Cyprus and Nicosia and Cyprus is home to several major banks including RCBC, Paphos and National bank. Cyprus has renewable energy resources and a large proportion of its electricity is generated by renewable energy sources such as hydro electricity and wind power. This means that the use of fossil fuels is declining steadily in Cyprus has embraced a comprehensive action plan towards the reduction of greenhouse gases and the development of sustainable energy systems.
Cyprus’s renewable energy target is to develop a domestic system by which electricity can be generated from the renewable energies of the sea and its islands and interconnecting the interlinked turbines to produce electricity for the entire country. The main challenges facing Cyprus in relation to the development of domestic renewable energy have been higher than expected demand and lower than expected electricity prices. Some analysts have suggested that the government may need to abandon its aim of fully integrating the domestic electrical market with the interlinked grid as this would require too much financial investment and technological know-how to be effectively deployed on a commercial scale.
A sustainable development strategy has been developed by the Cyprus government, focusing on attracting more investment to the country in order to meet its targets for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the share of non-domestic fuel in the overall gross domestic product (GDP). The key investment strategies include the establishment of a National Development Fund (NDIF) to be used for the implementation of programs aimed at achieving greater efficiency and productivity. Another important instrument to be deployed is the establishment of an energy agency that will be responsible for the integrated development of the domestic and interlinked electricity markets. Finally, for a new Cypriot investor who wishes to develop a resort on the east side of the island there is also a plan to establish a Panayiota Marine Investment Trust that will increase the tax-revenue generated by the resort and create jobs and revenue for the state.
The trip to Kornos by road takes about two and a half hours and if you decide to stay overnight there you will be able to enjoy the outstanding views of the Ionian Sea and the lovely island of Limassol. One of the most important things to do in Kornos is sightsee. You can choose to visit the villages of Alonissos, arios, and Kavo Grezioni and participate in many activities such as walking, canoeing, fishing, sailing, or cycling. There are also opportunities to take part in the many cultural events organized in Kornos each year. The most popular events include the so-called “Kornati” festival and the so-called “Thalgo” festival.