Buses in and around Ayia Napa
One of the cheapest ways to get around Ayia Napa is on the local bus.
There are several routes which pass through Ayia Napa but the most popular and frequent service is the 101/102 route which goes from Waterworld Waterpark at the western edge of Ayia Napa, along Nissi Avenue into the centre of town and from there on to Cape Greco, Protaras, Pernera and ending at Paralimni village.
This service runs up to every 20 minutes from 7.00am until 23.00 at night. Tickets cost €1.50 for a single during the day and €2.50 at night. A day pass costs €5, a weekly pass costs €20 and monthly tickets are available for €40. Children under 6 years old travel free.
There is also an Ayia Napa circle route (201) which operates in the summer months until the early hours. Other services from Ayia Napa take in the local villages and are less frequent.
For full details of bus services and tickets have a look at www.osea.com.cy
Airport Bus Services
It is possible to travel by public transport from Larnaca airport to Ayia Napa, however there are no direct bus services. To make this journey you need to take a bus from the airport to Larnaca city centre and change at Finikoudes promenade for either service 711 or the inter-city bus to Ayia Napa.
Buses during the day are frequent but in the evenings and weekends they are less so and there is no service at night.
The cost to travel from the airport to Larnaca city centre is €1.00 and takes around 15 minutes. The cost from Larnaca centre to Ayia Napa is also €1.50 on route 711 and €5.00 on the inter-city bus. The journey takes around 90 minutes for service 711 and 50 minutes for the inter-city service.
Seats can't be booked in advance. Tickets must be bought from the bus driver when using the service. Find out more about getting from Larnaca airport to Ayia Napa.