Food prices in Cyprus cannot be called cheap. Firstly, the island does not have enough fertile land to cultivate all the necessary crops and raise livestock. Secondly, the delivery of goods is possible only by sea and air, which affects the formation of their value. Thirdly, Cyprus is a resort where all the conditions are created that stimulate the tourist to leave as much money as possible in shops, cafes and other institutions.
Prices in restaurants and taverns of Cyprus, as well as grocery stores and markets are seasonal and territorial in nature. From the end of May to the end of September they are higher by an average of 20% compared with the rest of the months. In Ayia Napa and Paphos, food will be more expensive than in Continue reading