The Foreign Office is advising against all but essential travel to Cyprus due to coronavirus.
The FCO said the move was in line with various controls and restrictions imposed by the Cypriot authorities, which includes British nationals vacating their tourist accommodation by 21 March.
Since 15 March UK nationals (and other non-Cypriots) are not permitted to enter Cyprus for tourism.
As of 16 March, any arriving passengers must present a medical certificate issued within the past four days to show they have tested negative for Covid-19 and must enter 14 days’ quarantine in state facilities. These restrictions are in force until 30 April.
Cyprus’s government has also instructed all hotel and tourist accommodation to shut their operations by 21 March, and to remain closed until 30 April.
The administration in the north of Cyprus has introduced a temporary ban on British nationals entering from 12 March. The administration also requires anyone who enters the north of Cyprus to self-isolate for 14 days if they have arrived on the island from a range of countries/territories, including the UK, within the last 14 days.