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Traveling by car: Cyprus is waiting for you
Perfect for a trip in a hire car: Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean. Geographically, the island is part of Asia, but culturally and politically it is often assigned to Europe. Moreover, since the 1970s, Cyprus has been divided into the Republic in the north and the Turkish Republic in the south. Take note of the rules for hiring a car. Cyprus is easy to move around in a hire car from TUI Cars. Cars are the most important means of transport on Cyprus. Hiring a car makes sense: the EU country with the highest highway density is Cyprus. A hire car takes you to any destination. A car rental station can be found in the airport or in the city centre.
Driving a hire car on Cyprus: intermediate stop in Limassol
When you are driving along the southern coast of Cyprus there are many places for making an impromptu stop. Any time you see a place or landscape you like, you can spontaneously stop and enjoy the moment. The best way to discover Cyprus is with the flexibility and spontaneity of a hire car. Of course, planned stops are also possible. For example, after 42 kilometres you will reach Limassol. A fantastic beach promenade awaits you in this popular seaside resort. Otherwise, the port city is known for its numerous museums. Drive to Limassol or pick up your hire car here. There are many handy car rental pick-up stations on Cyprus.
Excursion tip for a hire car: Cyprus's southern coast
If you are driving a hire around Cyprus, you can, for instance, explore the entire southern coast. All in all, this is a170-kilometre-long drive in a hire car. Cyprus's western town of Konia is the perfect starting point for your car trip.
Follow the A6, A1, A5 and A3 in succession. The A3 ends in the east of the island at Ayia Napa. Again and again, the motorways run directly along the coast, and occasionally wind into the interior of the island. So you get to enjoy a plenty of panoramic views on Cyprus. A hire car makes it happen.