New Horizons (Νέοι Ορίζοντες) was a political party in Cyprus. It was vehemently opposed to any solution of the Cyprus dispute that would bring about a bi-zonal federation.
At the legislative elections of May 26, 1996, the party, led by Nikos Koutsou, polled 1.71% of the vote and missed electing a representative by 283 votes.
On May 27, 2001, the party won 3.0% of the popular vote and 1 seat.
In the European elections of June 13, 2004, New Horizons polled 5,500 votes which accounted for 1.65% of the total.
In 2005, the party merged with politicians from For Europe to form the European Party .