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LEGAL PORTS

Passenger and cruise traffic in Cyprus is served by the multipurpose ports of Lemesos (Limassol) and Larnaka on the south coast of the country.

The use of the occupied ports of Famagusta and Kerynia is illegal, as is the purchasing of goods imported from these ports.

All port facilities of the island are under the jurisdiction of the Cyprus Ports Authority and their activities and the development are centrally planned. Coordinated and supervised:

Cyprus Ports Authority
Kritis 23, 1061 Lefkosia
P.O.Box 22007, 1516 Lefkosia
Tel: + 357 22 81 72 00
Fax: + 357 22 76 54 20
e-mail: cpa@cpa.gov.cy
website: www.cpa.gov.cy


LIMASSOL (LEMESOS) PORT

The largest port facility on the island, it is situated in the western part of Lemesos town and can accommodate vessels of any L.O.A.

Ferries connect Lemesos port with Greece, Israel, Egypt, Lebanon etc.

The port also serves as a base and stop-over for a large number of cruise ships conducting cruises in the region on a regular and frequent basis.

Services offered to travelers at Lemesos (Limassol) Port, include:

  • Tourist Information (service to all passenger ships)
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Card & Coin-operated telephones
  • Duty Free Shops
  • Cafeteria
  • Transportation service by taxis (rates are based on taximeters)
  • Buses available to the center of the town.
  • Health Inspector’s Office
  • First Aid Station
  • Car Insurance office


LARNAKA PORT

Situated on the eastern part of Larnaka town at a distance of 5 km from the Larnaka International Airport, the port can accommodate vessels, not far in excess of 250 m. L.O.A. and longer vessels according to their ability to maneuver.

Services offered to travelers at Larnaka Port, include:

  • Card & Coin-operated telephones
  • Cafeteria
  • Transportation service by taxis (rates are based on taximeters)
  • Health Inspector’s Office

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