Getting here

FROM LARNACA AND LIMASSOL

Head west on the A6, and there are two optional exits to take:

The first is exit 39 indicating PISSOURI BAY. The exit ramp is quite long and ends in a T junction at Highway B6 (old Paphos Road), where you need to make a right turn.

To get to the VILLAGE, keep on B6 for about 3 km, then make a left at the bend near the police station. Proceed up the hill to the Village.

To get to the BAY, turn right off the ramp onto B6, then turn immediately left. There is a dip in the road and take the first left turn. This road will take you into Pissouri Bay, 2.9 km away.

The second is exit 40 indicating PISSOURI. Take the exit and turn left at the top of the ramp. A short road will take you down a hill to a stop sign. This is the B6.

To get to the VILLAGE turn right and second left and follow the road up the hill to the Village.

To get to the BAY turn left and proceed about 3 km to the first road right. Turn right, then turn left after about 100m onto the Pissouri Bay road. Follow this road for about 2.9 km into Pissouri Bay.

GOOD TO KNOW

The English LANGUAGE is widely spoken all over the island. Russian, French and German are also widely spoken in the hotel establishments.

Cyprus offers a wide variety of ACCOMODATION establishments, from luxurious establishments to simple traditional family run operations.

More than 32 Airlines operate scheduled FLIGHTS from and to Pafos International Airport (15 km east of Pafos town) and Larnaka International Airport (5 km from Larnaka town centre).

Both international and local brands of BABY food, napkins, disposable diapers, baby cosmetics etc are available on the Cyprus market. In pharmacies and supermarkets you can find a big variety of baby toiletries and foods.

Government offices, private businesses and shops do not keep the same OPENING HOURS:

PUBLIC SERVICE HOURS are flexible all year round. Monday to Friday starting between 7.30 – 8.30 am / closing between 3.00 – 4.00 pm

PRIVATE SECTOR OFFICES HOURS vary but usually they keep following schedule: September 15 – May 31: Monday – Friday 8.00 am – 1 pm / 3 pm – 6 pm. June 1 – September 14: Monday – Friday 8.00 am – 1 pm / 4 pm – 7 pm

SHOPPING HOURS vary depending on their type and location, though shops normally open between 7 am and 9 pm. In most of the tourist areas of Cyprus, shops and supermarkets stay open till late at night and are also open on Sundays.

Major CREDIT CARDS are widely accepted throughout Cyprus, especially in major towns and tourist areas. Visa and MasterCard are the most-accepted types of credit cards. American Express, Diners Club, Maestro, Carte Blanche are accepted less frequently.

VOLTAGE The supply in Cyprus is 230 Volts, ac 50Hz. Sockets are usually 13 Amp, square pin in most buildings. More than one low current rating appliance may be operated from the same supply point, by using an adaptor. For high current rating appliances the use of socket extensions is recommended. Generally hotels provide adaptors upon request. Adaptors and socket extensions can be purchased from electric stores, shops and supermarkets.

FROM PAPHOS

Take the A6 east and get off at exit 40A.

At the top of the ramp turn right and follow the road down to the stop sign. This is the B6.

To get to the VILLAGE turn right and second left and follow the road up the hill to the Village.

To get to the BAY turn left and proceed about 3 km to the first road right. Turn right, then turn left after about 100m onto the Pissouri Bay road.

Follow this road for about 2.9 km into Pissouri Bay.

GOOD TO KNOW

The SAFETY OF FOOD AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY in Cyprus is monitored by the Health Inspectors of the Medical and Public Health Services. Food and drinking water are of high quality, absolutely safe and no food or water-borne diseases occur. There are no vaccination requirements, Cyprus is free from dangerous infectious diseases.

In Cyprus CRIME is, comparatively, at a very low level. The Police is always available to provide any assistance to persons who need help. In case of emergency call 112. For complaints dial 1460. For drugs information contact the Policy Drug Law Enforcement Unit at 1498.

CYPRUS DOMESTIC TRANSPORT There are no trains in Cyprus. Various bus companies link all major towns and both International Airports with routes at specified intervals. Visitors are requested to confirm itineraries and prices with the appropriate company as these are subject to alterations. Public Service buses operate frequently during daytime and in certain areas area extended till midnight. The Transport Company for Limassol District (EMEL) Ltd connects LIMASSOL (departs from Leontiou Emel Station) with PISSOURI.

DEPARTURES from PISSOURI Village to Limassol

Monday – Friday 6.20 am, 9.50 am, 2.30 pm

Saturday – Sunday 7.50 am, 11.10 am

RETURN from Limassol to PISSOURI Village

Monday – Friday 9.50 am, 1.30 pm, 4.00 pm

Saturday – Sunday 10.50 am, 1.30 pm

NEW Bus Route 630 from PAPHOS to Pissouri (Paphos Transport Organization)

ROUTE DETAILS

Karavella Station, Neofytou Nikolaides (Government Offices), Geroskipou, Koloni, Acheleia, Timi (Limassol – Paphos old Road), Kouklia (Archaeological Site), Petra tou Romiou, Pissouri Village, Pissouri Bay

TIMETABLE: Monday – Saturday

From Pissouri 07.40 am, 10.40 am, 3.40 pm

From Karavella 06.30 am, 09.30 am, 2.30 pm

(can be subject to alterations) In SUMMER a small bus connects PISSOURI Village with the Bay.

You can find a lot more information in the different categories of the THINGS TO KNOW section of this website.