If you are on going on holiday to Paphos the pleasing news is that the Paphos Bus service is easy to use, and of recent years it has improved greatly, with investments in modern buses and a comprehensive website detailing services and ticket prices.
Ticket prices on the Paphos Bus service are reasonable:
One way tickets available from €1.50 ,
A day pass €5,
Weekly ticket from €15.
Popular Paphos Bus routes which run regularly include
Bus No 615: Which runs between Paphos Harbour and Coral Bay, passing Tombs of the Kings and many hotels on the Western side of Paphos
Bus No 611: Which runs towards Geroskipou Beach and passes many of the popular hotels towards the Eastern side of the town, as well as passing close the Paphos Aphrodite waterpark departing from Paphos Harbour .
Bus No 610 : Is between Paphos Harbour and Paphos Market, allowing you to discover the old town of Paphos
You can get a comprehensive list of routes on the Paphos Buses website.
There are also bus routes that connect Paphos and the towns of Polis and nearby Latchi. There are also Paphos buses, (Bus no 612 & 613) between Paphos Airport and Paphos Harbour, as well as the main town centre bus station (Karavella).
The Paphos Bus service also runs several night routes, for those looking to enjoy a night out in Paphos.
The Paphos bus service, a great and economical way of getting around the resort town of Paphos whilst on your Cyprus Holidays.
Paphos Water park is incuded in the Paphos Bus Network
Get off road and find turtle beaches, hidden gorges as well as traditional mountain villages.
Lazy day cruises - and swimming off the coast, or perhaps a pirate ship voyage? Push the boat out with a nigh time firework boat trip
Cyprus is famous as the island of love - and the goddess Aphrodite’s birthplace is said to be here.
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