Akamas Peninsula National Park, which is a Cape with an area of 230 square kilometers, located in the North Western tip of Cyprus (North of Paphos).
At the southern end of the Peninsula is the town of Pegeia and on the North-East is the town of Polis. Due to the mountainous nature of the Peninsula on the Akamas Peninsula there are no roads, passing through it’s heart.
1. Akamas Peninsula by Bus
The only bus that will take you to the baths of Aphrodite, on route 622, starting from the bus station in Polis. To go to the last stop. From the stop about 5 minutes walk to the baths.
The bus runs from 06:00 to 18:00 hours, approximately every hour, journey time about 20/25 minutes. Passing on the road Е713: past the Western end of the beach Polis, coming past Latchi and goes along the coast Neo Chorio, Akamas.
To the bus station of Polis can be reached from Paphos city (airport and downtown) and Coral Bay (Peyia). Read more about how to get from Paphos to Polis here.
The fare is € 1.50. A day ticket is 5 Euro. Tickets are available from bus drivers.
2. Car, Quad Bikes, buggy, Motorcycle, Bicycle
Car, quad bikes and buggy – are the most convenient way to visit the Akamas.
also, from anywhere in Cyprus the baths of Aphrodite can be reached by taxi.
Drive from Polis, on the road Е713 down to the sea, on the same road without turning anywhere, passing the village of Latsi, the road rises up (rough guideline – Spa hotel Caprice Kosher Spa Resort, the coordinates 35.037650, 32.374845) and turn right (also on the Е713), then continue on the same road Е713 go directly to the Car Park near the Baths of Aphrodite.
If you go by car along the coast of Akamas, you will need car with high suspension, a jeep, or 4 x 4 is ideal.
Do not try and navigate the track along the coastline in an ordinary car, they are not suitable and you could damage the vehicle. Hire cars are also not insured for off road and deaths have occurred previously when tourists have tried! Make sure you have fun but stay safe!