Cyprus does not have much in the way of a public transport system, so it is a good idea to consider how much you are looking to explore the island, or travel off the Resort during you holiday to weigh up your best options for transportation during your holiday. If you are based on the Western Plateau of the Resort (which is where all of the Resort facilities are located) then you don’t necessarily need to hire a car if you are not planning to leave the Resort much during your stay, however if you are staying on the Eastern Plateau or are thinking of doing some sightseeing or eating outside of the Resort, then we would definitely recommend hiring a car.
There are no bus transfers to Aphrodite Hills from the airports, therefore we recommend pre-booking a taxi, or having your car hire arranged for pick-up when you land.
If you’re considering travelling into Paphos to visit the harbour, or other places of interest, then there is a great bus service that runs from the Golf Club car park straight into Paphos harbour (from where you can get connecting buses into Paphos Old Town, or Coral Bay for example).
Here we include details of our preferred partners for Taxis and Car Hire, as well as information on the Bus Route that runs from the Resort.
Our recommended taxi company is Palepafos Taxi, based in Kouklia Village that also have an office hut at the Golf Club car park on the Resort. They have a variety of cars and mini buses and are very familiar with Aphrodite Hills Resort. Bonus: they offer our guests and 8509 magazine readers a 10% discount:
We recommend a company called Paforentals based in Paphos who we have found to be very reliable, offer great service, have a good fleet and who are used very often by our guests. You can contact them on: Paforentals – Website: www.paforentals.com E-mail: email@example.com Tel: 26 947 058 (do mention you are an aphroditerentals.com guest and they offer a free extra collision damage waiver).
Bus Service – Route 631
The route 631 bus to Paphos harbour collects from the resort in the Golf club car park slip road near the Aphrodite Hills roundabout. Visit the Pafos Buses Website.
Route: Paphos Harbour (Bus station) – Petra tou Romiou (Aphrodite’s Rock) – travel time 45 mins.
Stops: Harbour (main station), Ledas, Alkiminis, Poseidonos Ave., Danaes Ave., Aphrodite’s avenue, Spyrou Kyprianou Ave., Gianni Kontou, Ippokratous, Makariou Ave., Paphos-Limassol old road (B6), Kouklia Village, Aphrodite Hills, Petra Tou Romiou.
Monday – Saturday:
07:25, 09:10, 10:40, 14:10, 16:00, 18:40, 22:30.
Sunday & Public Holidays
06:30, 09:10, 10:40, 14:10, 16:00, 18:40, 22:30.
From Petra Tou Romiou, daily:
08:15, 10:05, 11:35, 15:05, 16:55, 19:30, 23:15.
More times are available in the months of April – November.
One way: €1.50 (after 21:00 €2.50)
Daily pass: €5.00 Weekly pass: €20.00
Students and Kids up to five years FREE
View the bus website information site for most up to date information here.
Hiring bikes is a good way to get around the Resort and local area. There is a new bike hire shop in the village square, The Cycling Station, that provides road bike hire and also offers guided tours. You can also hire road and mountain bikes locally for delivery to your holiday property from CWC-Pro Cycling in Kouklia Village – Tel: 96 518061.
Electric Bike Hire
Electric bike hire is available from Leos car hire just outside the supermarket on the Resort. They are available to hire all year round from one hour up to a week, or even a month. Ask directly for prices, including weekly/monthly pass prices. Minimum age: 16 years.
The information provided by Aphroditerentals.com on this page is correct at the time of publication, and is provided in good faith. Aphroditerentals.com are not liable to any changes to this information and we recommend checking all current operating times and information with each individual facility on the Resort using the contact numbers provided.