Car rental is a perfect choice for those who have their own plans for a trip around Paphos. This is a great way to implement your ideas, moving around the city in a comfortable car!
Choose the necessary duration of the car rental. A personal driver can take you anywhere in the city and will always be waiting for you in the car.
When booking, you can order a meeting at the airport and a child seat at an additional cost.
Feel free to choose a business class car in case you enjoy increased comfort or want to experience a ride in a luxurious car.
You pay per ride, not per person. The total cost depends on both the car type and the selected duration of the car rental.
Places of Interest in Paphos
This is a mediaeval castle which over the centuries has managed to be a fortress, a prison, and a warehouse for salt. Today, the castle serves as a venue for many cultural events and festivals. There is a small museum inside: be sure to learn about the rich history of the building. By the way, the castle's roof offers a beautiful view of the sea and the surrounding areas.
Children will like it
The most popular walking area runs along Kato Paphos and Geroskipou, the main historical districts of the city. In addition to the magnificent view of the Mediterranean Sea, this promenade is rich in sights, entertainment venues, excellent restaurants, as well as bars, shops, and fashion boutiques.
Paphos Archaeological Park
This park is the most important historical sight of the island. It is home to many monuments, ruins, and artefacts dating back to the Roman and Byzantine eras. Here you can see the mosaics and frescoes in Roman villas, walk along the square, visit the amphitheatre, and admire the grandeur of ancient fortresses and castles.
The Tombs of the Kings
In ancient times, this large necropolis used to be a burial place for high-ranking officials and aristocrats. The tombs were carved in the solid rock and decorated with both Doric columns and exquisite frescoes. Visitors can explore several open tombs and learn about ancient Greek and Roman burial customs.
Eleouthkia Botanical Park
It is a great place to get to know Cypriot nature and culture. The garden features over 250 different species of plants and trees growing on the island. Situated in the park, the traditional Cypriot village offers its visitors to learn about the traditional lifestyle of the locals. You will also find a petting zoo, a playground, and a restaurant in the park.
Why choose us?
The driver speaks your language
We will provide you with an experienced driver
The total cost is known in advance and depends on the chosen duration of the car rental
You will get a full refund if the order is cancelled more than 24 hours before the start of the ride
Wide range of car classes
Comfort class cars, business class cars, and minivans are available for booking
Pickup and dropoff within the city
A professional driver
All taxes, fees, and fuel costs
24/7 support service
Free waiting time (60 minutes at the airport and 15 minutes in the city)
Meeting at the airport (you can order it for an extra fee when booking)
Child seats (you can order them for an extra fee when booking)
Tips and tricks
Summer in Cyprus can be very hot, so drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and don’t forget to protect your skin from the sun!
There are such traditional dishes of Cypriot cuisine as Sheftalia sausage, Souvla meat (which is roasted on an open fire), and stuffed grape leaves called Gemista. You can taste all these delicacies in Koutourou, Tsiakkas, or Fetta’s taverns.
It’s cheaper to buy groceries and essentials in supermarkets. Kato Paphos district offers the excellent PopLife and Papantoniou shops. But there are no large malls or boutiques situated nearby: if you want to buy clothes, shoes, or electronics, head to the city centre. The best places for shopping in Paphos are Makariou, Apostolou Pavlou, and Nicodemou Milona streets.
Local shops (except for large malls) usually close for siesta which takes place between 1 PM and 4 PM. Wednesday and Saturday are considered shortened working days, that’s why many supermarkets may not be open in the afternoon. Please note that on Sundays, all shops located in the central Pano Paphos district are closed.
If you want to surprise your loved ones with unique souvenirs, choose olive oil, spices, Halumi or Anari cheese, Commandaria sweet wine, and such pieces of local art as Lefkara silver filigree. In order to avoid paying extra money, buy these goods in small shops situated far away from tourist places.
What is your cancellation policy?
You will receive a 100% refund if the order is canceled more than 24 hours before the start of the car rental. In case you cancel the order less than 24 hours before the start of the car rental (or in case of your no-show), a full refund will not be provided.
What happens after I place an order?
We will send an order confirmation and a voucher with all the necessary information about the order at your email address. Contact our support service via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via Telegram (@kiwitaxi_tour) in case you have any questions concerning the order.
How can I find my driver?
The driver will be waiting for you at the pickup point that you specified in the booking form. He will contact you for further details via the messaging app 24 hours before the start of the car rental. The driver will call you if there are less than 24 hours left and if you haven’t answered him in the messaging app.
Can I take the luggage with me in the car?
Yes, we can put it in the trunk, carry it to the hotel, or bring it to the airport terminal.