Blue Valley Car Hire partner with both international and local car rental companies at Larnaca and Paphos in Cyprus to provide low cost internet booking prices.
When you select a quote check whether there is an airport transfer or whether the car has on site terminal collection.
Airport Terminal Pickup - onsite vehicle collection.
Meet & Greet - you will be met by a representative of the company who will take you to their premises to collect the car.
Shuttle Bus - transfers from outside the arrivals hall to local premises.
Whether you're looking for a holiday with sun, fun and an energetic nightlife, a relaxing family holiday or a mountain getaway Cyprus ticks all the boxes. Located in the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus has a wonderful mix of culture derived from it’s Greek, Turkish and African heritage.
Many of the coastal regions of Cyprus such have been developed extensively for the tourist industry and are bustling with life. The notorious Aya Napa resort is the ideal getaway for the younger generation looking for a week of sunbathing and nightclubbing, but if you're looking for somewhere quieter there are plenty of quieter options inland. During the hot summers a trip into the cooler Troodos mountains enables you to get away from the scorching lowland temperatures. The area has pine forests, ancient frescoed churches and monasteries and a wealth of wildlife.
Inland there are small wine growing villages nestled in the mountains where you can stop for a leisurely lunch at a local taverna and sample traditional Cyprus cuisine and locally produced wines. The mountain area is also home to a burgeoning ski resort in the winter months.
One of the most unspoilt parts of the island is the Akamas peninsula which is a UNESCO site. Here you can enjoy walking or cycling, or you can relax on the lovely tranquil and secluded beaches on this side of the island. The nearby Lara Bay is a turtle breeding ground and a sanctuary for endangered species.
Blue Valley Car Hire work with international and local companies at both Larnaca and Paphos.
The following companies provide onsite car rental at Larnaca Airport with offices in the Arrivals Hall:-
Budget, Enterprise and Thrifty offer shuttle bus service to their local offices on the A3 on the Larnaca Airport approach road.
At Paphos Airport companies with onsite vehicle collection are:-
Several of the larger international car hire companies including Alamo/Enterprise/National and Dollar/Thrifty have local premises on the E603 which is a short shuttle-bus journey from Paphos Airport.
Easyjet, Jet2 and Ryanair fly to Larnaca (LCA) and Paphos (PFO) from the UK. The following table shows which UK airports have low cost flights to Cyprus.
|Easyjet||Larnaca & Paphos from Bristol, London Gatwick, Liverpool|
|Jet2.com (mainly Summer flights)||Larnaca & Paphos from Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle|
|Ryanair||Paphos from Bournemouth, Dublin, Liverpool, London Stansted|
|Tui (mainly Summer flights)||Larnaca & Paphos from Birmingham, Bristol, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Dublin, Doncaster, Glasgow, London Gatwick, Newcastle|
Depending on your holiday requirements, here are some suggestions of which resorts to visit in Cyprus:-
A great way to see the island is from a boat trip. For children the Jolly Roger cruise around Paphos Bay offers pirate-themed entertainment with face-painting, walking the plank and a pirate show (price €39 adults / €19 children).
Most of the resorts offer glass-bottomed boat trips with The Real Glass Bottom Boat Company providing a short trip out to a shipwreck in Paphos Bay (price €10 pp).
A day trip to the ghost town of Famagusta in Turkish ruled Northern Cyprus will transport you back to the mid-1970's.
Formerly a thriving holiday resort, the Varosha district of Famagusta has been frozen in time since its invasion by Turkey in 1974. The cars and buildings remain untouched since the invasion. The sea front area of Varosha is still a "no go zone" and is closely guarded by the Turkish military.
Trips to Famagusta (and other day trips around Cyprus are available from the Red Bus Company. The Red Bus Famagusta tour takes you to the beach next to the sealed off area of Varosha. Note that photographs of the abandoned town are forbidden (but there are plenty on the internet).
Apart from the local wines which are produced in vineyards on the higher ground, try one of the local Cypriot brandies after a meal.
Church of Agios Lazarus in Larnaca - a wonderful example of Byzantine architecture. For those staying on the west of the island the Ayia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa at Paphos was built around 1500AD and is well worth the short walk from the seafront.
If you require a larger vehicle, Blue Valley Car Hire provide 9 seat self-drive minibus rental at airports throughout Europe. We do not provide rental of vehicles with over 9 seats.