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Driving in Cyprus

Speed Limits
Motorways: 100km/h
Open Roads: 80km/h
Urban Areas: 65km/h

Minimum Driver age: 18

Minimum Driver age for Rentals: 18

Required equipment for your car: Two Warning Triangles

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information

Driving in Cyprus is on the left. Use of vehicle horn prohibited between 2200 and 0600 hours, and in the vicinity of hospitals.

Children under five must not sit in the front passenger seat and children aged 5-10 may only occupy the front passenger seat if an appropriate child's seatbelt has been fitted.

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Book your cheap car hire online for all car rental in Cyprus. We have cars available in Limassol, Larnaca, Proteras and Paphos at both City Centre locations and both international airports.

Cyprus is found in the eastern most corner of the Mediterranean Sea. The landscape on the island varies between rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, rocky hills and forest-covered mountains. Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus and Cyprus is divided into various major city's and regions including Troodos, Nicosia, Ammochostos region, Limassol and Paphos and when visiting Cyprus you can experience the Turkish way of life in the north and the Greek experience in the south.

Must See in Cyprus

Ayia Napa

Once a simple fishing village, Ayia Napa (Greek Cyprus) is now a popular beach resort. Approximately half a million tourists visit Cyprus annually. Visitors can enjoy beaches, water-skiing and snorkeling or go sightseeing (there's a 16th-century monastery nearby).


This ancient city, situated near Famagusta in Turkish Cyprus, was destroyed more than 3,000 years ago. But you can now visit an impressive 1sq mile/2sq km archaeological site that dates to 2700 BC. When it was excavated in the late 1800s, archaeologists found ivory, gold and bronze statuettes scattered among the stone buildings. Recognizable structures include a bronze-smelting shop and the town wall. Don't get it mixed up with a suburb of Greek Nicosia that is also called Engomi.


This village in Turkish Cyprus is a picturesque reminder of what the island used to be. For a nice walk a trail leads from the village to St. Hilarion Castle, a huge ruined fortification dating from the time of the Crusades.

Dates for Your Diary

Amathusia Festival

Every year in July the ancient Greek ruins of Amathous in Limassol offer a special programme of music and dance events to relax to. The festival programme includes performances by Cypriot contemporary dance groups, as well as top string quartets and Greek and Cypriot singers of both traditional and modern styles.

Larnaca Summer Festival

Every July, Larnaca hosts a festival of music and performing arts. Outdoor concerts take place in the courtyard of the medieval fort and also at the Pattichion Amphitheatre. Performances include national and international talent from the world of dance, theatre and music.

Festival of Ancient Greek Drama

At the Ancient Odeon of Paphos (and other venues around Cyprus) there is a month-long festival that includes performances of comedies and tragedies by theatre companies from around the world.