F.A.Q.

About Paphos I need a taxi

Who are we?

Paphos Taxis is a family business located in Cyprus that specializes in Paphos taxi services. Having a lot of experience in taxi transportation services around Paphos, we can guarantee to offer you high quality taxi services, pleasant, safe and comfortable trips in Paphos sas well as all over Cyprus with our luxury 4 seat and 6 seat Mercedes taxis. We also offer mini bus services for larger groups.

What is our main goal here at paphos i need a taxi?

Our main goal is to have fully satisfied clients and be their number one choice for taxi and transportation around Paphos. We can ensure reliability, low cost fares and most important, with safety and comfort in mind. Whether your needs involve airport transfers and require an airport taxi, frompaphos airport or larnaca airport, visiting other cities in Cyprus, or various places in Paphos our transport services are here to fulfill your needs.

What do our clients expect from Paphos Taxi services?
  • Clean & tidy taxis

  • Friendly & Polite drivers

  • Careful drivers

  • Most practical & fast routes taken

  • Russian speaking drivers available at your request

  • Our drivers are able to tour you around Cyprus & provide you with historical facts & cultural events.

Paphos Landmarks

Can you provide any information about the Paphos Castle?

Paphos Castle

Located on the edge of Paphos harbour, Paphos castle is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. A number of archaeologists have taken an interest in excavating and investigating the castle as it dates back to the Roman era. The Byzantine fort, originally built to protect the harbour was destroyed because of an earthquake in 1222. It was then rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13 th century and since then has seen a few more reconstructions till date. It currently serves as a background for the annual open-air Paphos cultural festival, which takes place in September.

Can you provide any information about Aphrodite’s Rock – Petra Tou Romiou (Birthplace of Aphrodite)

Aphrodite’s Rock – Petra Tou Romiou (Birthplace of Aphrodite)

Named after the Greek Goddess of love and beauty; Aphrodite, the rock located between Limassol and Paphos is believed to be sacred. Legend says that this is the point where Aphrodite emerged from the sea in a surge of amazing sea foam in 1200 BC. She herself chose this rock as the ideal location to begin her life as a mortal.

Can you provide any information about Tombs of the Kings

Tombs of the Kings

Tombs of the Kings is a large necropolis burial ground situated about two kilometres north-west of Paphos harbour in Cyprus. Many of these underground tombs that date back to the 4th century BCE, are sculpted out of solid rock. Believed to be the burial sites of Paphitic aristocrats and high officials, some of the tombs have frescoed walls and Doric columns. The tombs are listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites for their archaeological magnificence.

Can you provide information about the Paphos Archaeological Park

Paphos Archaeological Park

Paphos archaeological Park is famous for sites and monuments that date back from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages. However, most of the remains in the park date to the Roman era. Spectacular mosaic floors of four Roman villas are the highlight of Paphos Archaeological Park.

Can you provide information about the Paphos Lighthouse?

Paphos Lighthouse

Situated in close proximity of Odeon, Paphos lighthouse is a golden point of the city as it can be seen from any corner of Paphos. If you are fit enough to climb the staircases successfully, the top of this lighthouse offers you an opportunity to catch panoramic, magnificent glimpses of Paphos. Once you reach to the top of this lighthouse, a look at the historic and scenic city of Paphos makes your visit worth a treasure.

Can you provide some information about the Akamas Peninsula, Paphos

Akamas Peninsula, Paphos

The most beautiful location on the entire island, the Akamas Peninsula is located to the west of Cyprus. The peninsula covers approximately an area of 230 square kilometres surrounded by mountains and densely wooded, almost inaccessible forests. These forests incrude around 530 plant species endemic to Cyprus and hence enjoy a great biodiversity. Because of its ecological significance, the Akamas peninsula is not only a tourist attraction, but also of great interest for botanists from all over the world.

Can you provide information about the Ayios Neophytos Monastery?

Ayios Neophytos Monastery

The historic Ayios Neophytos monastery takes you back to the ancient life of Cypriot hermit and writer, Neophytos, who carved the monastery out of mountain rock in the year 1159. Today, home to only a handful of monks and a museum, the monastery is famous for the grottoes dating back to the Byzantine Empire. Located just 20 minutes from the busy Paphos town centre the monastery holds a two-day religious fair in January to sell Cypriot arts & crafts.

Can you provide information about the Ayia Solomoni Church?

Ayia Solomoni Church

Originally, a Christian catacomb, Ayia Solomoni Church was carved underground out of limestone rock. Home to several 12th century frescoes, the church also houses some of the original graves that date back to the Hellenistic period. The remains of the old frescoes from the 12th century and some holy water are the main attractions of Ayia Solomoni Church.

Can you provide information about the Ethnographical Museum?

Ethnographical Museum

Considered as the richest museum of Cyprus, Ethnographical Museum was known as the Folk Art Museum until 1971. It holds a collection of woodcarvings, jewellery, tapestries, woven goods, pottery, embroidery, and national costumes from the 19th and 20th centuries. Today it is famous among tourists, especially among history and art lovers as an excellent place that introduces the lives of the people from the prehistoric era.

Can you provide information about the The Mosaics of Paphos?

The Mosaics of Paphos

Famous as the finest mosaic in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Paphos Mosaics are located beside the harbour. The mosaics seen in the Villa of Dionysos, Orpheus and Aion, and the Villa of Theseus depict compositions from Greek mythology. They are made from small cubes of marble and stone called tesserae. Additionally, glass paste was used to develop the range of colours.

Pricing

How many people are acoounted for in the pricing?

The prices shown are for taxi transfers from Paphos Airport for a 4 seater taxi

How are prices quoted?

Prices are quoted by scheduled airline arrival time or pick up time (whichever is applicable).

What currency are the prices depicted in?

Prices are quoted in euros and are all inclusive of taxes and VAT

Will I be charged for delays?

No additional charges will be incurred for delays.

How much luggage can you handle per transfer?

4 seater taxi fits 3 medium suitcases and hand luggage, if you have more luggage we recommend upgrading to our six seater.