There´s no problem to get a taxi in Ayia Napa. They are everywhere. We stayed at a hotel about 3km outside Ayia Napa and the fare was 8 Euro, no hussling and no meters, just ask the driver before you get in the taxi to be sure.
If you want a great taxi driver you can call Maria, her cell phone number is 00357 99405524. You can hire her for a whole day if you want.
Find all the information you might need through the thread I give below.
There is daily bus service, even during the weekends as from summer 2010, the company is very reliable, and the buses depart exactly on the time mentioned.
Routes for all the main cities: Larnca, Limassol, Nicosia, Paphos
Agia Napa and Paralimni and Protaras.
Central Bus Stop: The Palm Tree Avenue -Finikoudes.
Larnaca phone: +357 24 64 34 93
Agia Napa phone: +357 23 8190 90
Bus Routes all over Cyprus Lefkosia: www.osel.com.cy
Intercity Routes: www.intercity-buses.com
If you want to get around the island the best way to do it is of course by hiring a car.
Drivings is on the left side of the road, keeping with British and British Commonwealth practice.
The standards of driving on the island are poor although the roads are really very good. You see, drivers attract their art with an equal mix of aggressiveness and incompetence and view road rules as mere guidelines.
Many accidents happens because tourists get drank and drive, or because they are used to drive on the other side of the road.
In some main roads especially in the capital –Nicosia in times of heavy traffic when people want to go to work or when they return and want to get home, they sound their horn.
Pedestrians should be very careful when crossing the roads, but also drivers should take even greater care when driving on them.
Public transport in Cyprus is not really perfect and so I decided to rent a car. Agia Napa is in a distance of just about 45 km from Larnaca, but by car you will need a bit more than 1 hour anyway, partly on the highway and including several roundabouts that are at least in the beginning a bit tricky for drivers not beeing used to the british type of roundabouts with 2-3 seperate tracks in them, but drivers in Cyprus mostly care a lot for each other and I hardly ever met a real racing-rowdy except sometimes in some cars with a red licence-plate, so those were tourists in a rental car !
When renting a car in Cyprus you have to sign a contract that does not allow you to drive on roads that are not asphalted and it is also forbidden to cross the border and drive through the part of Cyprus that is occupied by the army of Turkey !
Roads are mostly in quite a bad condition in Cyprus and you have to drive on the left !
Ayia Napa isn't that big, the best cheapest way to go from a place to another is is by bicycle, I took one for 4 days for something like 17 Euros, also motorcycles and quads are available but more expensive. the bicycle got a special runway which makes it easy/save way.
Getting around in Ayia Napa is definately easiest by scooter. As u have to walk quite a bit to reach the beach from the centre (Nissi beach aprx 2 km), its pretty exhausting daily basis . By scooter places like Paralimnin, Protaras & Cape Greco r very easy 2 reach
If don't have your own vehicle then buses are the best way to move around Ayia Napa. They run quite regularly and price of one-way ticket is 0.50 CYP. Much cheaper than a taxi.