Cyprus is small island and easy to get around. Roads are usually in a good condition and traffic moves smoothly in the cities and motorways.

Distances are generally short, with the longest being from Paralimni to Polis Chrysoschous no more than 220km.

The Public transport within the island is limited to Public Buses and Bicycles. Service Taxis and Car rentals also are easily accessible. 

There is no train network since the last railway in the island was dismantled in 1952.

Four-lane motorways link Nicosia with Limassol and Larnaca, west to Pafos and east to Agia Napa.

It is feasible to ride around Cyprus by bicycle along ordinary roads, but have in mind that cycling is not allowed in the motorways.

Detailed information about the transportation in Cyprus can be accessed using the drop down menu on the right side of this page.