In Cyprus they drive on the left-hand side of the road, as in the UK.
Please observe the speed limits and 'drink-drive' laws at all times.

On leaving Paphos airport, turn left and follow the road for approx 4.5km to T junction.

At T junction, do not turn left as the sign says to Paphos - this is the old road. Turn right and in 1km you will see signs for Paphos and an intersection directing you to turn left to the A6 motorway.

Continue on this road for 10km until reaching the end of motorway and large roundabout.

Take first exit, signposted for Kato Paphos.

Continue through several sets of traffic lights to next roundabout.

Take second exit onto dual carriageway, sign-posted Kato Paphos.

Continue on this dual carriageway for approx 0.7km and move into the right hand lane as you approach the traffic lights.

Turn right into Giannou Kranidioti road and after 100m, take the first left turn into Taxiarchon.

Continue on this road and after 1km you will pass a shop 'Ellis Kiosk' on your left hand side. Start to slow down here.

The road name changes to Palaipafou here.

You then go past a Farm Supermarket and after about 100m there is the first entrance to Paradise Gardens I, which is the first large building complex on your left.

If you take the first slip road into the complex, then the building in front of you is Block B - stop here.

If you take the second slip road into the complex, you need to turn left immediately as you drive in and then drive along the side of the building until you reach the other entrance.

You will see 3 car parking spaces in front of you, just to the left of the balcony with the 'Block B' sign on it. This is the best place to park.

Opposite the Letter boxes is the staircase to the first floor. Light switches are placed on this wall; at the bottom of the stairs and outside the door of each apartment there are 2 switches, the nearest to the door is a bell and the farthest away is the lightswitch.

There is no specific parking, so if these are not free, you can use any available under cover space.

The apartment is on the first floor, turn right when you reach the first floor landing and proceed along to 102.


Please ensure that you have deposited your key before leaving for the airport.

Turn right out of Paradise Gardens.

Continue straight on past 'Ellis Kiosk' for 1km to T Junction.

Turn right and proceed for 200m to Traffic Lights.

Turn left and go along dual carriageway for 800m to roundabout

Go straight across this roundabout, signed for motorway and Lemesos. (Limassol).

After approx 1.5km, move into right hand lane as you approach roundabout.

Drive through traffic lights onto roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto the motorway, signposted A6 to Lemesos and Lefkosia.

After 7km, there is a sign for Paphos Airport. Turn off the motorway and follow the signs for the airport.

At the Airport you will see a sign instructing you to turn right for departures. Turn right here and then park in the car park as instructed by your car hire company.

We hope you have enjoyed your stay and wish you a safe flight home.


Drive along main seafront road, Poseidonus Avenue, with the sea on your left

Turn right up Iasonus Road, by Tourist Information Office

After approx 300m go straight over Xroads with Apollonus Road

Drive for approx 500m then turn right opposite the 'Relax Fish & Chip shop'

After approx 100m, turn right at traffic lights

Continue for approx 100m, and go straight across another set of traffic lights

Take first left into Palaipafou road and third right (after approx 50m) into Paradise Gardens 1

Drive by the side of Block B and park under the apartments

No 102 is located up the stairs on the first floor.


Traffic drives on the left hand side, as in the UK.

It is mandatory to use the front seatbelts.

Using a mobile phone whilst driving is strictly prohibited.

Distances and road speeds are shown in kilometres and kilometres per hour.

Speed limits range from 50km/h in towns up to 100km/h on dual carriageways.

Be aware that there is a minimum speed on the motorway of 65 km/hr and maximum 100 km/hr

Beware of speed traps – there are a large number of police handheld radar devices in operation, especially on the motorway.

Drink driving laws are as strict as in the UK with 39mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.

Municipal parking is available in all Town Centres. Charges are not expensive - 40 to 50 cents. Some streets have parking meters.

As a general rule, petrol stations open at 6am Monday to Saturday and close at 7pm during weekdays and 3pm on Saturdays. Most petrol stations are closed on Sundays but are equipped with easy to use petrol vending machines that accept cash & credit cards.

If you are going into the countryside make sure you have enough petrol for the journey as there are not so many petrol stations outside of the towns and tourist areas.

You are required to carry your driving licence at all times and will be asked to show it if you are stopped.

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