Getting here

HOW TO GET HERE 

Getting here is easy, once you leave the city, you must take the exit towards Kouklia.

From Nicosia 

Starting from Nicosia, make your way towards the city of Limassol. Continue from there following the signs to make your way towards Pafos. After you pass the exit for Pissouri village you will shortly come across the exit for Kouklia.

Another way to go from Nicosia is through the mountains of Cyprus. Take the road and head towards Kakopetria, head towards the village of Amiantos, pass through Pelendri and Mandria reaching to Omodos. From there head towards Archimandrita. Kouklia is the village right after Archimandrita.

 From Larnaca

From Larnaca International airport, head towards Kalo Chorio roundabout and take the exit towards Limassol. Head to Limassol and continue from there to make your way towards Pafos. After you pass the exit for Pissouri village you will shortly come across the exit for Kouklia.

You could also combine your visit to Kouklia by heading towards Lefkara, after taking the exit to Skarinou on the Larnaca- Limassol motorway. From this exit travel to Agros, Omodos and Dora. From there continue to reach Archimandrita village. Kouklia is the village right after Archimandrita.

From Kouklia

With the town centre as the starting point, make your way towards the high way and head towards Pafos. After you pass the exit for Pissouri village you will shortly come across the exit for Kouklia.

From Pafos

Starting from Pafos city centre make your way towards Konia round about and take the exit towards Limassol. After passing the uneven junction of Madria you will come across the Kouklia exit.

From Polis Chrysochous

Travel towards Pafos. On this journey you will come across the beautiful villages of Goudi, Yolou, Stroumbi, Tsada and Mesogi. Once you reach the Konia roundabout take the Limassol exit. Once you pass through the Madria junction you will shortly arrive at the Kouklia exit.

GOOD TO KNOW

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