Car Hire at Larnaca Airport
This information is correct as of June 2015
Whether you want to party until dawn in Ayia Napa, scuba dive a famous ship wreck or explore ancient architecture in the capital, you can find the best car hire at Larnaca Airport with Skyscanner. Check out our guide for things to do in Larnaca.
Where to hire a car at Larnaca Airport
There are four car hire companies with desks at Larnaca Airport: Europcar, Budget, Sixt and Astra & Pestas. All of the desks are inside the terminal, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.
Petrol stations near Larnaca Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
Luckily there is a LUKOIL petrol station just an 8 minute drive from Larnaca Airport. Head south from the airport and stay on the right. Follow the B4 road towards Larnaca and the petrol station will be on the right hand side.
Driving around Larnaca Airport
Larnaca Airport is well connected to the region’s main roads. The main roads around Larnaca are the A1, the A3 and the A5. The A3 ends in the south of Larnaca and travels north along the east coast to Ayia Napa. The A1 goes northwest to Nicosia while the A5 joins to the A1 and A6 south to Limassol and round the west coast of Cyprus to Paphos.
Getting to your destination
We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Larnaca Airport.
Spectacular weather and drop-dead gorgeous beaches have turned this once sleepy fishing village into the clubbing capital of the Med. DJ beats float off in the summer heat, while bronzed bodies lie strewn glamorously across its golden beaches. Once only for the hardcore hedonist, Ayia Napa is now a great family destination with wine tasting, quiet beaches and plenty of activities for kids.
Ayia Napa is less than 40 minutes north of Larnaca Airport. Head south from the airport, and get on the A3 road. Follow this along the beautiful coastline all the way to Aiya Napa.
If you’ve had enough of beaches, visit the island’s charming capital where its ancient Venetian walls hide a multitude of exciting restaurants, cafes, markets and local shops and some beautiful architecture from mosques to colonial-style buildings. Bustling yet relaxed, Lefkosia is a place to stroll and shop and eat – all under the scorching Cypriot sun.
Lefkosia is just under 40 minutes away by car from Larnaca Airport. Head south from the airport and follow signs to Strovolos along the A2. Follow signs for Nicosia/Lefkosia.
The oldest city in Cyprus, Larnaca is small but bustling with historic buildings, quirky boutiques and bright, airy cafes. Scuba divers flock here in their droves to dive the Wreck of Zenobia but snorkelers can also experience the sea’s colourful underwater life. The elegant palm-tree lined promenade where shiny yachts bob languidly in the marina is an idyllic place for a sunset dinner surrounded by sea and sunshine.
Larnaca is just 12 minutes by car from Larnaca Airport. Head south for the B4 road following signs for Larnaca. Nearly all hotels in Larnaca offer free parking for their guests. Apart from the main promenade where parking is limited, there is no shortage of parking in Larnaca from car parks to street parking.