Cyprus AirportsThe island has two main airports, at Paphos and Larnaca. Click your mouse over the map on the right for more information about each. Note: Immigration is somewhat stricter than most other Mediterranean countries and if you have a Turkish stamp in your passport you should seek advice from your travel agent.
With flights, unlike package holidays, it's usually best to book early, as when flights get booked up, business people will pay high prices to get a seat, so airlines can ramp up the prices. But if you know what you're doing it's possible to get the cheapest flight in just a few minutes.Screenscrapers are a form of price comparison site employing clever technology to shop-around for you. Enter your trip details and they send them to scores of normal airlines, budget airlines and flight-broker websites and then report back the cheapest. In other words they're search-and-report sites that 'scrape' the data off other sites' screens to get you the prices. They don’t all search the same sites so you should always check different scrapers (Tip: At the moment, EasyJet and Thompson probably have the most frequent routes to Paphos).Skyscanner (my personal favourite - multi-optioned and especially good for budget flights) Fly.com compares a range of sites in one searchKayak's range of options, accuracy and ease of use are unbeatableClick here for airport car parking suggestions.
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Serves Paphos, Coral bay and Limassol. The smaller of the two airports on southern Cyprus but only about 20 minutes from the villa. A duty free shop offers well-known brands although nothing exceptional. Tobacco and alcoholic take-homes are often best purchased in resort!Special facilities exist for handicapped travelers, such as truck-lifts, wheelchairs and a washroom. Cash machines are available on site.Paphos Airport also has a good outdoor departure lounge through a set of doors off the main lounge. It is usually far less crowded and, being open air, smoking is also permitted.
Serves mainly Limassol, Ayia Napa and Protaras. A large well-run site with good amenities including spacious lounges with good seating. An extensive range of duty free goods can be purchased and there are souvenir shops and news kiosks. A cafeteria offers self-service catering; other outlets providing snacks. Special facilities for handicapped travelers, such as truck-lifts, wheelchairs and special washrooms. Cash machines on site.
When traveling to your airport there are usually a huge number of parking options, both at the airport itself, and increasingly at a number of specialist off-site facilities.The links below are provided as suggestions only.