Akamanthea Holiday Village

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Venetiotissas Street, PO Box 66301, Polis, Cyprus
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Forum Posts

Car rental

by PeteG

Can anyone recommend a decent but reasonably priced car rental firm in Paphos please? I can get a list of them from google, but would prefer to use a firm that comes recommended.

Thanks very much.

Peter

Re: Car rental

by tango_jd

I was there in 2007 - depending on whereabouts you are staying (or if the hire firm deliver and collect from your hotel/appt) there are several of the branded reputable ones about.
We used Europcar I think but would have been happy with any of the "proper" firms like Hertz, Avis, SixT or Budget.
Watch out that the firm you pick doesn't only have a place in the airport - although you may want that - if you want one in Town. Paphos airport is not a short walk away from Paphos!
Then again - WHICH Paphos? Paphos Harbour? Tomb-of-The-Kings? Kato Paphos? Corel Bay?
See what I mean? The car hire firm's own web sites list the rental offices - Google map them to make sure they are convenient or the few pounds you save on hire may be taken up with a taxi ride to and from the office!

Re: Car rental

by PeteG

Cheers John, appreciated.

Peter

Re: Car rental

by Ramboryan

I am not sure if yiu have found a suitable car as yet but here is a link that may help you. I have hired a Rav4 from this man for 2 weeks and his rates include drop off and pick up from hotel or airport. He has a small fleet but the cost is just £25 per day and includes insurance for named drivers at no extra cost.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/CAR-HIRE-RENTAL-HOLIDAY-VILLA-PAPHOS-CYPRUS-CORAL-BAY_W0QQitemZ220571802751QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Travel_Travel_tickets_MJ?hash=item335b1a9c7f

Re: Car rental

by PeteG

Thanks for your help on this one, much appreciated.

Peter

Re: Car rental

by lizabethcollins

cy-breeze very helpful - two or three offices in paphos area and they have website and will deliver car to airport or hotel for you

Cyprus Travel Planner

by Sharonhall

http://www.cyprustravelplanner.com/transfers.html

Here is the detailed list with prices of car rentals and transfers...

Good luck...

Re: Car rental in Paphos

by ephilippos1

Would recommend a local firm once there; you'll find that they are friendlier with smaller, neat fleets & reasonable prices for the most part. However, If you wish to do it online, last time some friends flown in from the UK, used a portal with a lot of choice in car rental and transport "www.cyprushire.com". Have also seen it online, and looks a decently prof place for prebooking a car or transfer.

Rgds,

P.

Travel Tips for Paphos

CHEAP EXCURSIONS.

by cazz38

If you want to go on any excursions there is a shop in Paphos Harbour just before you get to the Fort that does really good trips,we all used this company and its really good value for money and much cheaper than the reps in the hotel charge.

Kourion - about 15km from Paphos

by globetrott

Kourion is just about 15km east from Paphos and you will see there some really excellent mosaiques dating back to the Roman empire. Kourion is quite a large village consisting of some good remains of several buildings with some outstanding mosaiques, so you should calculate about 2-3 hours for this sight, that you might do from Paphos as a halfdaytrip in combination with Pissouri, the Sanctuari of Apollo Hylates and Kolossi.

Flowers.........

by leics

Of course, there are beautiful hibiscus and bougainvillea in gardens, and orange and lemon trees along the streets, but the wild flowers of Cyprus still survive in parts of concreted Pafos. And they are beautiful.

For me, coming from the grey and dead British winter, finding wild anemones in bloom on Christmas Day was really rather special. Smelling wild herbs, and seeing rosemary bushes in full bloom abuzz with a myriad of bees, really brought home the difference in climate.

Cyprus must be very beautful in Spring.

The best desserts in Paphos

by anna-m about Vienna cafe

Being a great lover of desserts, I tried them out in virtually each and one of numerous Paphides cafeterias, and I can solemnly swear that the Vienna desserts were by far the best!
They also do food, drinks and coffees (and pretty well, too), but the desserts were unparallel!
Vienna looks out to a rather busy street, which can be a drawback if you want to have your cappucino in peace, but a huge garden (with some more secluded corners) and highly professional srevice really make up for that. It is so hard for me to choose, but if I had to, I'd say ANYTHING from their dessert stand

Cyprus food glossary

by kayleigh06 about Any

Afelia - pork cooked in red wine and crushed coriander seeds
Arni - lamb
Avgolemono soup - egg and lemon soup
Bacaliaros - hake
Barbouni - red mullet
Baklava - fillo pastry with nuts and syrup
Bourekia - small puff pastries with meat, cheese or cream cheese filling
Daktyla - almond finger pastries
Elioti - olive bread
Elies tsakistes - cracked green olives with coriander seeds, lemon and crushed garlic
Fangri - common sea bream
Fasolia - haricot beans cooked in a casserole
Feta - salty white cheese usually crumbled on village salads
Flaounes - Cypriot Easter cakes made from cheese and spices
Glyko - preserved fruits in syrup
Halloumi - firm goats' or ewes' milk cheese, often served grilled
Hirino - pork
Hiromeri - marinated, smoked and pressed ham
Horiatiki salata - village salad of white cabbage, tomato, cucumber, capers, olives, onion, feta and fresh coriander
Houmous - dip from soaked, crushed chickpeas
Kalamari - squid
Kapari - pickled capers
Karaoli yahni - snails in tomato sauce
Keftedes - meat balls with mint
Kleftiko ofto - lamb or goat wrapped in foil with herbs and baked in sealed oven
Kolokotes - pastries stuffed with red pumpkin, raisins and pourgouri
Kotopoulo - chicken
Koupepia or dolmades - stuffed vine leaves
Koupes - cigar shaped wheat cases with meat filling
Lethrini - red bream
Loukoumades - small doughnuts served in syrup
Lountza - smoked and marinated loin of pork
Louganika - Cyprus sausages
Marida - whitebait
Moungra - pickled cauliflower Moussakas - a pie made from layers of minced beef, spices and vegetable with a cheese topping
Octapodi krasato - octopus in red wine
Pitta - flat envelope of unleavened bread
Pourgouri pilafi - pilaf of cracked wheat
Psari - fish
Ravioli - pasta stuffed with halloumi and mint
Resi - wheat and lamb pilaf, served at weddings
Rizogalo - rice pudding served with sprinkled cinnamon
Sargos - white bream
Sheftalia - minced pork and herb rissole
Souvla - large chunks of lamb cooked on a spit
Souvlakia - kebabs
Sparos - two-banded bream
Stifado - rich beef and onion stew
Tahini - sesame seed paste, served as a dip
Taramosalata - dip made from smoked cod roe
Tigania - omelette with courgettes, mushrooms or artichokes.
Tonnos - bluefin tuna
Trahanas- soup from cracked wheat and yogurt
Tsipoura -- gilthead sea bream
Ttavas - a stew cooked in an earthenware pot
Tzantziki/talattouri - yoghurt, cucumber and mint dip
Vlachos - grouper
Vodino - beef
Xiphios - swordfish
Yemista - baked stuffed vegetables with rice and minced beef
Zalatina - brawn

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 Akamanthea Holiday Village

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Address: Venetiotissas Street, PO Box 66301, Polis, Cyprus