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As our guest, you can enjoy special 50% discount on the Bono Bus Card.
Intercity bus Famagusta-Larnaca
From Finikoudes Bus Stop to Saint George - Central Station
Intercity bus Famagusta-Nicosia
From Dionisiou Solomou Square to Saint George - Central Station
Bus no. 502
From Derynia Cross Point to Liopetri River (via Waterpark)
Buss no. 102
From Saint George - Central Station to Agias Theklas 3 (Waterpark)
Bus no. 201
Agia Napa Circle Line
Buss no. 501
From Liopetri River to Derynia Cross Point
Since Safety and security are important to us – we work together with AVIS and can offer quality cars at special rates. Explore the picturesque island of Cyprus at your own pace by driving around! Please contact Help Desk for reservation and more information.
Rate include VAT plus delivery & collection within 20km from SIXT rent car office.
All cars have ABS.
All prices are for reference only and subject to changes.
Take the bike around! You can rent bikes from Rainbow Bicycles (Tel: 23-721878 - 99629623).
Maintenance service is offered within the area. Please contact Help Desk for information.
*For reference only. Subject to change.
In the centre of Ayia Napa you will find many souvenir and gift shops, and many other shops all aiming at tourists, such as Ecco, Shoe Box, BrandShop, London Clothing and many more. Open every day 09.00-22.00.There are also smaller supermarkets such as Best Buy and Plus.
In nearby Paralimni, you will find more shops selling clothes, shoes and sports equipment, e.g. Sports Direct on 3 floors. Most shops are open daily but close 13.00-16.00 for “siesta”.
For groceries visit Lidl, Carrefour, Metro or Kokkinos Supermarket where you will find both local and European products. Open daily.
In Larnaka, about 50 kilometres away towards the airport, you will find Debenhams mall and food department and in the centre Ermou shopping avenue with Marks & Spencer among many other shops.
Don’t miss a visit to The Mall of Cyprus in Nicosia, with a larger and better shopping selection and hundreds of brand shops, cafeterias, restaurants and cinema. Next door you will also find Swedish IKEA. A visit to the coastal city Limassol offers more exclusive boutiques.
Some items such as branded glasses and sunglasses, leather bags and clothing, and ceramics and handicrafts, sell up to 50 % cheaper than in Scandinavia.
Saturday is market day in Ayia Napa Square from 10.00-14.00 (only during winter time).
You can also find an open air market in Ayia Thekla, a few kilometres away, every Wednesday, hand items as well as fruit and vegetables. There are also food stands. Open from 09.00.
In Nicosia on the old Municipal Square there is an open air fruit and vegetable market every Saturday.
Beware of what you bring home, especially souvenirs made of plants or animals and pirate copies. Learn more here.