The transfer from Paphos airport is included in the training package for our guests. Only the transfer from Larnaca airport has to be paid and costs 50€ per person.
You just take care of your flight individually depending on the desired period.
The following flight connections are currently available:
DIRECT TO PAPHOS
(from Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt & Vienna)
Download current flight schedule Larnaka:
Cyprus main airport
(from Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Stuttgart, Vienna & Zurich e.g. also from Nuremberg via Vienna with Austrian)
Download the current flight schedule to Larnaca:
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Through Ryanair there are many cheap connections from Germany (also from the smaller regional airports) in which Paphos can be reached with only one stopover. We have worked out all flight combinations and are happy to advise you at any time & of course free of charge. (e.g. you can fly from Nuremberg with a short stopover in Thessaloniki to Paphos)
The transfer from Paphos airport is included in the training package for our guests by default. Only the transfer from Larnaca airport has to be paid and costs 50€ per person. This can of course also be cancelled & organized independently.
If you land directly in Paphos, you will be only
from the hotel. Cabs are the easiest and fastest way to the hotel. But also a local bus departs every hour from the airport and drops you off directly at the hotel. Contact us and we will send you the departure times and the bus stop where you have to get off.
When you land in Larnaca, you will be
from the hotel. Shuttle buses run regularly between Larnaca airport and Paphos. We will gladly give you the current travel times.
Finally, there is also the often used possibility of a rental car. These are available from 50 € / week for small cars and thus very inexpensive. For those who also want to make excursions during their stay, this option is worth considering. We can recommend the site:
Note however, that you usually need a larger car, such as a station wagon, for bike cases.