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Cyprus Revenue from Tourism Cyprus Revenue from Tourism

Revenue from Tourism Up 15 Percent for February

Based on the results of the passenger’s survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism for Cyprus reached EUR65,1 million in February of this year compared to EUR56,6 million in the corresponding month of 2023, recording an increase of 15 percent.

For the period of January – February of the current year, revenue from tourism is estimated at EUR110,3 million compared to EUR102,2 million in the corresponding period of 2023, recording an increase of 7,9 percent.

The average expenditure per person was EUR521,01 in February compared to EUR475,39 in February 2023, recording an increase of 9,6 percent.

Tourists from the UK (the largest tourist market with 24,6 percent of the total tourists in February) spent on average EUR63,37 per day, while tourists from Poland (the second largest market during the specific month with 13,3 percent of the total tourists) spent on average EUR69,87. Tourists from Israel (the third largest market with 10,6 percent), spent on average EUR113,36 per day.