Ayia Napa Taxi Transfers
Ayia Napa Taxi Transfers – the quickest way to get to Ayia Napa!
Ayia Napa is located on the south eastern tip of Cyprus, a distance of 50 kms from Lanarca Airport. Visitors to Cyprus, whether on holiday or on business are always recommended to travel by using Ayia Napa taxi transfers. With just a 40 minute journey time it’s the quickest and most comfortable way to travel from Lanarca Airport to Ayia Napa. A pre-booked transfer with iTaxi Cyprus is also the most cost effective method of a fast, smooth taxi transfer from airport to your destination.
The alternative is to use public transport but there is no direct bus service. The bus from the airport stops at Larnaca city centre. Visitors will need to take a second bus – the 711 service - to complete their journey to Ayia Napa. This usually adds another 90 minutes to the journey or a further 50 minutes if continuing via the inter-city service. It can take nearly three hours in total to travel by bus from Lanarca Airport to Ayia Napa, more than four times longer than Ayia Napa taxi transfers. It should also be noted that there is a reduced frequency during evenings and weekends and no service at all at night. Travel cannot be book ed in advance and tickets may only be bought from the driver when boarding the bus.
Lanarca Airport Taxi service
iTaxi Cyprus is a dedicated Lanarca Airport Taxi service, based at Lanarca Airport, which provides both private transfers or via an intracity transfer with a shared ride of up to 14 passengers per journey. Business class passengers are able to book private, exclusive transfers with no queues, delays, or additional stops for other passenger pick-ups. Your personal iTaxi Cyprus driver will ‘meet and greet you’ by your own name board as you enter the Arrivals Hall
Our Lanarca taxi “full service” approach is aimed at providing all the essential amenities that a business visitor, tourist or holidaymaker would need, from a Business VIP Taxi and Express Taxi Transfers to a City
to City Taxi and Cyprus Day Trips.
Did you know…
- The word "Ayia" means "holy" in Greek.
- "Napa" is an ancient word meaning "wooded valley" or "dell" and refers to the area surrounding the town, which was once covered with thick forest.
- “Ayia Napa”, which was once a small fishing village, is named after a monastery built during the Venetian era (1489-1571), and was the only building in the town before 1800. Today is can be found among all the many bars and clubs in the central square of Plateia Seferi.
- Ayia Napa has a number of the 57 Blue Flag beaches, which has made Cyprus the “Cleanest Bathing Waters in Europe” with a consistent annual score of 100 and a safe environment for swimming, yacht cruises, catamarans, surfing, diving, fishing, and other water sports.
- Popular sight-seeing sites include Waterworld, Fig Tree Bay Protaras, Makronissos Tombs, Thalassa Municipal Museum, Cape Greko National Forest Park. The most famous beach area in Ayia Napa is Nissi Bay, 4km from the town centre, and includes the beach areas of Makronnisos, Landa, Nissi and Sandy Bay.
itaxi Cyprus also offers private day trips in Ayia Napa and throughout Cyprus, which is a great opportunity to discover the island’s many stunning natural beauty spots, as well as explore the island’s rich cultural heritage in exclusive style and comfort.