Cyprus will reopen its borders to UK visitors from 1 April, the country’s ministry of tourism has confirmed.
Travellers who test negative for Covid-19 will be "guaranteed" a quarantine-free stay.
Children under the age of 12 will not be required to undergo testing; those aged 12 to 18 will be subject to the same rules as adults.
From 1 May, all travellers who can evidence having received the required doses of a recognised Covid-19 vaccine will not be required to undergo any testing to visit the country, as set out in early March.
Visitors will, however, be required to obey any regulations, measures or precautions in place at the time of their stay.
"Taking all necessary measures to ensure that visitors enjoy their holidays in a safe and carefree environment, Cyprus will be opening its borders to all UK visitors," said the ministry.
"Cyprus will continue to provide the best holiday experience to which our visitors are accustomed, and for which we remain one of their most beloved destinations."