Paphos Airport Guide to Paphos International Airport -PFO

Paphos Airport (PFO)

Find the most important information about Paphos Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Paphos International Airport (PFO). Plan your travel to PFO Airport with the information provided in this guide.

 

PFO Airport serves international and seasonal charter flights to Europe and the Middle East.

 

Paphos International Airport handled 3,044,402 passengers in 2019.

Terminal + info

Paphos Airport has a single passenger terminal.

Facilities and Services + info

The following services are available in Paphos Airport:

- ATMs
- Baby care room
- Children’s play area
- Luggage storage and lockers
- Luggage wrapping
- Baggage storage
- Lost & found
- Currency exchange
- Toilets
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Food, drink and retail concessions

Contact

Address: Pafos International Airport, P.O. Box 62320, 8063 Pafos, CYPRUS 

Phone: +357 25 123022


Email:
info@hermesairports.com | customerservices@hermesairport.com

Transport + info

See the available means of transportation at Paphos Airport:

Bus: Find several bus options not only to downtown Paphos, also to further destinations within Western Cyprus.
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Taxi: Transfer to downtown Paphos within 20 minutes. It is without a doubt the fastest mean to the city centre.
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Car hire: Hire a car in Paphos Airport. You can also book your car online through our search engine!
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About Paphos

Paphos is located in southwest Cyprus and is the capital of Paphos district. It is in fact an UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its ancient remains, the Paphos Archaeological Park, which covers the Greek and Roman City. In ancient times, there were two locations which were called Paphos; Old Paphos (Kouklia) and New Paphos.

The city is mainly a popular tourist destination, having four resorts within its districts. About interesting sights, you shouldn’t miss Paphos Castle, close to the harbour, a remain of the Byzantine legacy of the island, Saranta Kolones, The Tombs of the Kings, and outside the city, the Rock of Aphrodite, located in the Bay of Aphrodite, where it is said that the goddess emerged from the waves. Nearby you can find the ruins of the Temple of Aphrodite, and also the Ayios Neophytos Monastery.

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