Our rental desk is clearly visible in the terminal of Paphos Airport. The short journey of just under 9 miles from the airport to the town should only take around 20 minutes on the B6 motorway. Our Paphos West branch can be found on the Tomb of the Kings Avenue near Lighthouse Beach.
Unlike most of Europe, driving in Paphos and Cyprus is on the left-hand side, making it feel comfortably familiar for visitors from the United Kingdom. As a popular tourist destination, the Summer months of July and August are always busy while roads become congested during morning and evening rush hours at any time of the year.
Parking is very relaxed on Paphos. If there is a space and it is not going to create problems for other road users it is generally alright to park. Defined parking areas are very often free of charge.
Paphos is a small town with a huge amount of history. Wherever you drive you will never be far from fascinating archaeological remains. This landscape of ancient tombs, fortresses and palaces led to the whole of Paphos being designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the Archaeological Park near the harbour, you can admire the beautiful mosaic floors of four Roman villas along with the Forty Columns Fortress and the Tombs of the Kings. Carved out of solid rock these tombs were the final resting places for the town's richest citizens. The area in and around Paphos is home to numerous stunning beaches that are ideal for swimming, diving and snorkelling all year round. Just a few minutes drive North West of Paphos is Tala Village. This pretty village of traditional houses is a popular dining destination as well as home to the Agios Neophytos Monastery. If you like a more active holiday, the countryside around Paphos is ideal for hiking and cycling.