Getting around

While the Polis region is off the beaten track, it is still well connected. Pafos, the capital of the district, is 35 km away and Pafos airport 45 km. Lefkosia (Nicosia) is about 180 km away along a dual carriage motorway from Pafos town.


The bus station in Polis is opposite the Tourist Information Office at the turning to Latsi and the Baths of Aphrodite.
Buses to Latsi and the Baths run every hour on the hour and return half past the hour. The last bus from Polis to Latsi and the Baths of Aphrodite is at 18:00 and from the Baths to Polis at 18:30.

Buses to Pafos town are also every hour on the hour arriving at Karavella bus station in Pafos. From there. bus 618 goes to Pafos harbour and the antiquity park. From Pafos harbour, bus 612 goes to Pafos airport every hour.

For more information:
Tel: 80005588

To go to Larnaka airport take the intercity bus from Karavella which stops off at Lemesos (Limassol) where you change bus to the shuttle bus to Larnaka airport.

Airport shuttle:

Bus fares:
Polis to Pafos – €1.50
Pafos to Lemesos (Limassol) – €4
Lemesos (Limassol) to Larnaka airport – €9
All trips within Pafos district including to Pafos airport – €1.50


Cyprus has an excellent taxi service. A standard taxi can accommodate up to four people in large comfortable cars with airconditioning. The cost of a taxi from Polis to Pafos airport is around €45.

Self-drive cars

One of the best way to get around in Cyprus is by hiring a car. Driving is on the left. You can hire a car for a minimum of three days for about €25 per day with unlimited mileage including third party insurance and VAT. Cars can be picked up and dropped off from the airport if booked for seven days.


For a more environmentally friendly means of transport, you can hire a bicycle for 8 euros per day for one or two days and 5 euros thereafter.