The Leptos Group, one of the largest and most successful private groups in Cyprus and Greece, was founded by the Executive Chairman, Michael G. Leptos, a leading figure and an innovator in his field, in 1960 in Kyrenia relocating its headquarters to Paphos in the late 1970s.
The Leptos Group is the Leading Group in Land and Building Development in Cyprus and the Greek Islands. Over the years it has successfully completed more than 350 unique projects with sophistication, quality and excellence in design.
Leptos Calypso Hotels and Resorts, a member of the Group, is a public listed company that owns and operates Hotels and Resorts with over 3600 beds both in Cyprus and Greece. The Group, following an innovative path is also involved in the Education and Healthcare sectors with its own University, the Neapolis University Pafos, the first and only one in the region and Iasis Hospital which is considered to be amongst the best equipped and staffed hospitals in Cyprus.
The Leptos Group with over 58 years of a success history has today an international network of private offices in the top global business cities and business associates in more than 75 countries all over the world. It has also an extensive land bank in prime locations both in Cyprus and Greece for the development of prestigious residential and holiday developments, luxury hotels and resorts as well as for the creation of mega projects which is considered to be the most ambitious construction challenge that has been taken on in the Mediterranean.
In addition, the Group offers a fully comprehensive service to its customers and business associates. Highly qualified and experienced teams of specialists, amongst them architects, engineers, designers, sales and marketing executives, property and after sales managers together with qualified personnel are always on hand.
The Leptos Group is committed to its outward-looking and innovative strategy and implements its investment planning with a view to adding value and creating new potential.
Leptos Group operates under the belief that the value of an enterprise is not measured by the returns of the day but by the legacy one leaves behind.