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You can use AFerry to book ferries to Cyprus using the port of Girne from Turkey. Using AFerry you will always get a great deal on your ferry to or in Cyprus. See below for timetables and the latest special offers.
How to book your Ferry to Cyprus
Booking a ferry to Cyprus couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.
More About Cyprus
Cyprus boasts beautiful villages surrounded by vineyards, but at the same time has vibrant cities with a sensational nightlife. With plenty of sights and exciting activities to enjoy, Cyprus is an extremely sophisticated destination.
Ayia Napa is situated on the East of the island. By day, it is known for clear Mediterranean waters and sandy beaches but it is at night when this small town comes to life. The nightclubs are very popular and comparable with those in Ibiza.
For families the resort to visit is Protaras. It is a lively town with beautiful beaches and a host of family activities to enjoy. There are also a variety of watersports provided at the beach such as parasailing, Self Drive Speed Boats, Jet Skis, Water Skiing, Wakeboarding to name a few.
Cyprus Travel Guide
Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, after Corsica and Sardinia. The island enjoys hot, dry summers and is a popular destination for tourists from the UK. With beautiful beaches, clear blue sea and delicious cuisine, it's easy to see why. It is said that Cyprus is the birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation - and the island certainly lives up to that.
Travel in Cyprus
Bus services are reliable, comfortable and cheap in the South of Cyprus. However, they do not run frequently so do plan ahead. In the North, services are more frequent but are smaller and therefore more expensive.
Taxis running bus-style shared services are known as dolmuş. These run frequently and you can be picked up anywhere within city limits.
Car hire is the easiest way to get around the island, however using the ferry you can take your own car with you. In Cyprus drivers use the left side of the road, take extra care when driving in Cyprus as the "unwritten rules" of driving are different to those in the UK.
Things to do
Paphos castle is a stunning stone walled structure built on the harbour. The view from the top of the castle is magnificent and allows you to see Paphos in full glory. If you are interested in culture this sight should be near the top of your itinerary.
The Adonis baths are a beautiful area showcasing Cyprus tradition. They are located 12 kilometres from Pathos. The exotic trail allows visitors to see and bath in the two waterfalls. There is also a small café, watermill and photo gallery.
The view from the top of the castle is magnificent and allows you to see Paphos in full glory
The WaterWorld waterpark in Ayia Napa has a variety of exciting water slides, log rolling, river trips spray column and geysers, to name Just a few of the features. This will keep a family occupied for most of the day and it's a great place to be in the hot dry summer.
AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Cyprus with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!
06 Oct 2013For your information
Booked 14.30 ferry from Alanya to Girne with my friend. The email confirmation told us to check in at least 2 hours before, this was totally unnessessary as 30 minutes before would have been plenty of time, also the ferry left 45 minutes late anyway. Also note that the tickets must be collected from the ticket office which is five minutes down the road not on the port of departure as told. You will also need to pay tax of 15 liras/person. But the most disappointing part was that it took 4 hours to get there instead of 2 hours. We should have arrived at 16.30 according to the booking sheet, but in reality arrived at 19.15 when it was already dark. Same on the return, ferry left 30 minutes late and took 4 hours.
Review by Anon