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As usual, the taxis in a tourist area are there to make as much cash as possible from the punters. If you do not know how much it is, they will work you for an extra poind or two. The best deal around Paphos is the local bus. Most are airconditioned, and the fare is only 50P. Most of the drivers are helpful, though one or two are a bit crochety. They do not run on a schedule, but eventually one will show up. there are only a limited amount of routes, so it is not hard to get around. Paphos to Coral bay is the 10 or 15 bus, but cab it is a minimum 8 pounds, though some will try to charge 10 - 12 pounds. The cash adds up quickly.
The cheapest taxis in Coral Bay is the Coral Beach taxi company. They were consistenly 2 pounds less expensive than all the others, though somtimes you had to help with directions.
Written Jun 18, 2004
Paphos is not a large town, but it is a bit spead out. We walked, used local buses & hired a car for a while to get us further afield to the troodos mountains etc.
If you dont want to drive there, there are plenty of travel agents with organised tours to places.
Updated Apr 28, 2004
Cyprus drives on the left. This is due to the heavy British influence of the island. This is ideal for UK and Japanese drivers but may be confusing for European of American drivers as most of the rest of the medateranean drives on the right.
Written Mar 17, 2003
Car Hire is reasonable, you will need your driver's licence. Be sure that your stupid fiance doesn't put diesel into the car when it actually takes petrol. Driving is a good way to view the spreadout places on the island.
Written Mar 17, 2003
The bus service to and from Paphos to Coral bay is very good, there are 2 different bus services - one goes to just Paphos Harbour (Kato Paphos) and the other one goes to the harbour and then up into the town centre. All buses to Coral Bay goes through the main drag then on to the beach. The cost is 50c each way-very resonable. Each bus route runs about every quarter of an hour and goes on till late at night (so you can have a few drinks)!
Written Sep 10, 2002
With a plane from Transavia. We had to go to Lanarca first and then to Paphos. About 4 and a half hour flying from Holland
Getting around you can do in a rent-a-car.
Specially when you are going to the Trodos mountains.
Written Oct 2, 2002
Getting around is easy in Cyprus. Rent a hassle-free motorcycle which only requires your driver's license and passport for safekeeping. The motorcycles are cheap to rent with helmuts provided!
Updated Apr 25, 2007
Transport in the villages is a more sedate four-legged variety.....I just love to see these donkeys, is just seem to sums up the laid back atmosphere of the villages for me.
Updated Nov 14, 2004
Rent a car. Car rental at the airport was included in our 'package' holiday. A car is really indispensable if you want to go sight-seeing.
Updated Mar 3, 2004
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