Daily Car Hire Rates in Paphos
*daily rates in Paphos based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Paphos car hire
Hi, I was looking to hire a Suzuki Jimny (or similar 4x4 vehicle) but your rates seem higher than others I have been quoted. Your site however does look more professional than others so no harm in asking. I have been quoted 185 euros for seven days for a similar vehicle from a few companies. Can you match or beat that rate? Everything ( except fuel ) included.
Hi, I can certainly have a look for you, if you could please confirm pick up and return date/times I will get a quote for you.
Hello, I have just ordered a car, should be a Golf or similar, but on the rental voucher it says Nissan Note or similar which it looks a lot smaller than a Golf, and we are 4 persons. Are you sure?
Hi, the car supplied will be of equal or greater passenger / luggage capacity than that booked. It may be that the rental agent does not have the VW golf on their fleet, rather the Nissan Note. I would be more than happy to check this for you and if you are not happy with the Note, we can look to rebook with another supplier who has the VW Golf?
Paphos Car Hire - Did You Know?
- The whole city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- It’s the capital of the Paphos region.
- Paphos region produces some of the best wines on the island.
- Near Paphos, at Aphrodite’s Rock, the goddess was supposed to have been born from the waves.
- Many concerts are held at the Venetian Fort on the harbour.
Paphos Mini Guide
Paphos is in an area of outstanding beauty which is featured as a protected national treasure on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Popoular with tourist from all over the globe, it is however a hotstop for visitors from the UK and Russia
, with regular flights from UK
airports like Gatwick
and from Moscow
and St Petersburg
in Russia, not to mention most regional airports in both.
Blessed by the Greek
goddess of love, Aphrodite as she rose from the waves at Petra Tou Romiou, the district of Paphos is dotted with banana plantations and home to a thriving port. Visitors to Paphos will often have a view of both the coastline and the Troodos Mountains and this is the perfect place to enjoy wonderful weather in the great outdoors.
Extensive renovation work has been done along the seafront of Paphos town to maintain the upkeep of buildings old and new including hotels and the Paphos castle, which was built as a Byzantine fort to defend the harbour. In September it hosts the Paphos Opera Festival which in 2012 featured Verdi's Rigoletto, performed outdoors.
Nature lovers will fall for Paphos as it is close to the Akamas Peninsula. Among the many first class beaches in the area are Lara Bay, home to the rare Monk seal and an area where Loggerhead and Greenback turtles clamber ashore to lay their eggs. A large number of properties are planned to be built in the exclusive Sea Caves region near to Paphos and they will have luxurious features such as landscaped gardens and private pools. Paphos also boasts some of the finest archaeological sites in Europe, such as the Tombs of the Kings
which dates back to 400 BC.
Despite a small population of fewer than 50,000 people and so many areas of antiquity, there are opportunities to rent accommodation or even buy and invest throughout Paphos. These include the town of Polis where the Kingdom of Marion, an ancient city, was located.
If you are visiting Paphos and need to rent a villa, you could try Cyprus Villas out, they have villas to rent or buy in the following locations:
- Peyia Villas
- Sea Caves Villas
You can contact them direct on +357 99475264 or email: email@example.com
Latest Update from Paphos:
- Green Monday is taking place on Monday 27th February in Paphos. Green Monday celebrates the start of the Greek Orthodox Lent. Kites are seen across the city to mark the occasion.
- Feeling energetic? One of the top walking destinations but also a closely guarded secret is Avakas Gorge reached from Agios Georgios to the north west of Paphos. The gorge, which is eleven miles long, is filled with waterfalls in springtime accompanied by beautiful wildflowers. Even more of a secret is the adjacent Koufon Gorge, more rugged and harder to traverse it's a rarely visited natural masterpiece.
- Visting Paphos ? Check out our guide to the Tomb of the Kings - Paphos
- Read our blog on Cyprus Snakes
, from the Blunt Nosed Viper to the Pink Worm Snake.
- At the beginning of September, Stroumbi hosts the annual Dionysia Festival, dedicated to Dionysus, god of wine. As you'd expect, plenty of wine flows and the atmosphere is very convivial. Phone 26633109 for more details.