Local bus company Osea run a comprehensive schedule of routes throughout the Ammochostos (Famagusta) region. One-way tickets on all routes cost day/night €1.50/2.50. You can also purchase all-day tickets (€5) and week-long passes (€20).

The most useful bus routes are:

101 From Water World to Paralimni's main square via central Agia Napa, Cape Greco, Protaras and Pernera, approximately every 20 minutes from 7am to 9pm, then less frequent.

102 Runs in the opposite direction to the 101, with the same timetable.

501 Eight daily from Agia Thekla Beach to Deryneia via Water World, central Agia Napa and Paralimni main square.

502 Runs in the opposite direction to the 501, with the same frequency.

Car & Motorcycle

Hiring a scooter, buggy or quad bike (ATV) for tootling about the area is hugely popular. There are plentiful hire companies in both Agia Napa and Protaras that can kit you out. Easyriders in Agia Napa has reasonable rates and good-quality bikes and buggies.

If you want to explore the greater region, rather than just the coastal strip between Agia Napa and Deryneia, a car or small 4WD is more suitable.


The Agia Napa area is ideal for cycling enthusiasts. There are designated cycle paths between Agia Napa and Cape Greco, and plenty of easy cycling within Cape Greco National Park.