Cyprus self-guided cycling vacation
Pedal power is the perfect way to discover unspoiled Cyprus – this self-guided tour makes that easy, with bikes, GPS units and luggage transfers included.
Quality bikes route cards and routes loaded onto bike’s GPS unit hotel accommodation all breakfasts fly to Paphos or Larnaca transfers included from Paphos, additional cost from Larnaca mix of terrain rides of no more than 30km explore pretty villages and quite coastal route spectacular views great local food and wine
£680To£720 excluding flights
Includes 7 nights B&B at 3 hotels, transfers from Paphos Airport, luggage transfers, quality bike hire, 6 route guides and GPS for easy route finding, emergency support service. Price pp based on 2 sharing.
NEW eBikes now available at extra cost
NEW eBikes now available at extra cost
Flexible booking policy: free date changes and free trip postponements up to 14 days before departure
Description of Cyprus self-guided cycling vacation
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
10 Reviews of Cyprus self-guided cycling vacation
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 12 Nov 2021 by Sue McNuffIt was great to see a part of Cyprus and to enjoy some lovely weather in November. Helen and Al made sure everything ran smoothly and provided accurate GPS tracking to allow us to go in to remote areas safely. Read full review
Reviewed on 16 Oct 2021 by Keren LevyExcellent! A special thanks to Helen and Al who were very friendly, professional and helpful. We enjoyed making their acquaintance Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Sep 2021 by Miguel MezaVery good! Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Nov 2019 by Sarah FinnThe cycle rides were lovely. We cycled through beautiful countryside and enjoyed wonderful views. Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Oct 2019 by Birgit HartnellThe different cycle day trips gave us different and varied views of that part of the island that are very memorable. Read full review
Reviewed on 29 May 2019 by Ana KrolAll the rides were memorable and great! But those close to the sea were even better! Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Feb 2018 by Emma ParryWe loved exploring three different areas of northwest Cyprus. We had a different route for each day's ride, so whether it was exploring the mountains and valleys, or hugging the rugged coastline along the Akamas peninsula, each ride gave us plenty of stunning views to enjoy... We'd definitely go back! Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Apr 2018 by Ray MitchellWe enjoyed every day. Highlights include the gorge, the ride down to Latchi in the afternoon of the second day, the relaxing rides along the coastline and the beautiful scenery and sun. Read full review
Reviewed on 05 Nov 2017 by Jonathan WestHiking through the Akamas gorge and encountering wild mountain goats en route. Truly a sight to behold. Read full review
Reviewed on 10 Oct 2017 by Coral MorganCycling through a forest with a view of mountains on one side and the Mediterranean on the other. Read full review
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PlanetOur self-guided cycling trip through rural north west Cyprus offers a zero carbon form of transport using gravel trails and quiet country backroads where you rarely see any vehicles. The only time we turn the car engine on is to transport you from the airport and to transfer your luggage between hotels.
We encourage you to look out for the shy but magnificent Cyprus moufflon,, indigenous to the island and protected from hunters and also to respect any snakes you encounter. There are seven species of snake in Cyprus and while three are poisonous, the only one you need to be wary of is the viper, should you be unfortunate to stand on one or disturb it inadvertently. Snakes pose no danger to cyclists, but sadly many vipers are killed by locals, especially during spring when the first shoots of the caper bush emerge and locals set out to pick the young shoots for pickling. Vipers like to nest beneath the thorny caper bush and so fall victim to caper leaf gatherers. The viper itself is a beautiful creature and moves quiet slowly, unlike other snake species in Cyprus, so if we see one, we just give it a wide berth, admire it and cycle on by.
Water is a precious commodity on our island as, while we have desalination units across the island, natural rainfall is a far more environmental way to acquire water. We believe in saving water wherever possible and provide refillable water bottles to all our guests so there is no plastic waste.
PeopleAccommodation is in small family run hotels in mountain and coastal villages in the Polis Chrysochous area. Supporting small hotels rather than big hotel chains ensures our local colleagues can sustain their livelihoods. We recommend village tavernas for evening meals. Some of these tavernas have been in business for over 30 years offering traditional home-cooked food that is not available in tourist restaurants on the coast.
Our route guide information cards give a variety of suggestions for lunch stops including village coffee shops, traditional museums and even a winery set in a rural location with magnificent views. We regularly support all these places ourselves and each time a guest makes a purchase, the village benefits.
Optional additional activities can be arranged through our local partners including watersports, horse riding, yoga classes and, for those in need of some bodily rejuvenation after a day in the saddle, a relaxing massage where you can choose from a traditional Swedish massage, an aromatherapy experience or even a Thai massage.
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