Inquire at your travel agent or call the local consulate or embassy of Cyprus.
The visa list is already consistent with those of the Schengen countries fully implementing the agreement.
Cyprus is divided into 6 administrative regions, each named for its administrative capital.
Cyprus is a member of the Schengen Agreement but has not yet fully implemented it.
For EU and EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) citizens, together with those of Switzerland, an officially approved ID card (or a passport) is sufficient for entry.
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As the two regions are nearly completely separate from a traveller's point of view, this article will concentrate on the southern territory governed by the Republic of Cyprus.
This is not a political endorsement of claims by either side in the dispute.
In no case will they need a visa for a stay of any length. Travel to/from any other country (Schengen or not) from/to Cyprus will (as of now) result in the normal immigration checks, but travelling to/from another EU country you will not have to pass customs.
However, if Cyprus normally requires a visa for your nationality, this may be waived if you already have a valid Schengen visa.
Despite a constitution which guaranteed a degree of power-sharing between the Greek Cypriot majority and the Turkish Cypriot minority, the two populations – with backing from the governments of Greece and Turkey, respectively, clashed in 1974, with the end result being the occupation of the northern and eastern 40% of the island by Turkey.
In 1983, the Turkish-held area declared itself the "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus".
So far, only Turkey recognizes the TRNC, while all other governments and the United Nations recognize only the government of the Republic of Cyprus over the whole island.