Cyprus Ports

Information on the ports of Cyprus, whether for fishing, pleasure boats or ferries. Contact information for Limassol, Larnaca, Paphos and Latchi ports...

The Cyprus Ports Authority (CPA) operates and manages the ports in Cyprus. For information about the ports in Cyprus, contact the CPA.

Legal entry to Cyprus by sea, from passenger or cruise boats, can only be made at the south coast ports of Limassol and Larnaca and the smaller ports of Latsi and Paphos.

Limassol Port

Limassol Port, also known as the New Lemessos Port, is situated west of Limassol. It is the biggest port in Cyprus and has the largest range of facilities. It handles almost all passenger boat traffic into and out of Cyprus, including cruise ships and ferry connection with Greece, Israel, Egypt and Lebanon.

  • The Cyprus Ports Authority has more information regarding Limassol Port
  • The port is currently undergoing renovations. More details on the plans to upgrade the port can be found on the CPA website

Services available at the port include:

  • Tourist information desk
  • Foreign-currency exchange bureau
  • Public telephones
  • Duty Free shops
  • Bank
  • Cafeteria
  • Health Inspector’s office
  • First aid centre
  • Car insurance office
  • Taxi and bus services are available to the town centre

Larnaca Port

Larnaca Port is located approximately 2 Km east of Larnaca and 5 Km from Larnaca International Airport. It is the port closest to Nicosia.

Services available at the port include:

  • Travel agents
  • Public telephones
  • Cafeteria
  • Duty Free shops
  • Bank
  • Baggage transfer service
  • Health Inspector’s Office
  • Access by taxi (rate based on the taxi-metres)

Paphos Port

Paphos port is the oldest port in Cyprus, with ancient origins dating back to the time of Alexander the Great. The port accommodates pleasure and fishing boats; professional fishing boats (as well as those of the Port and Nautical Police) on the southern side, pleasure boats on the western side.

Water depth is from two to four meters.

Latchi Port

Latchi port is a small port located at the entrance to Akamas. Originally built to accommodate fishing boats, the port is now also used to moor pleasure boats.

Water depth is from two to four meters.

Royal Port

The Royal Port is an industrial port situated between Limassol and Larnaca. It deals with bulk cargo.