Do I need a visa to enter Cyprus?
Citizens of member states of the EU may travel to Cyprus with their valid identity card or passport. Citizens of third countries holding a work permit, or a temporary residence permit or a study permit issued by any EU member state or a valid activated multiple entry Schengen Visa (the visa is activated by entry to a Schengen area country prior to entry to Cyprus), may also travel to Cyprus with their passport and their valid residence card or Schengen visa. Furthermore, citizens of the following countries do not need a visa to travel to Cyprus: San Marino, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, the Vatican State, Venezuela, Brazil, Guatemala, El Salvador, Switzerland, United States of America, Japan, Iceland, Israel, Canada, Costa Rica, Lichtenstein, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Brunei Darussalam, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, North Korea, Honduras, Uruguay, Singapore and Chile. In any other cases, an entry visa to Cyprus is required.
Detailed information on how to obtain a visa is available in the relevant section of this website under the title ‘General information for Israeli visitors to Cyprus’.