Fähreto Cyprus

Travel by ferry to Cyprus! Travelling to Cyprus couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Cyprus holiday rested and without stress.

There areferry connections to Cyprus from Turkey on the routes Mersin – Kyrenia and Tasucu – Kyrenia.

Search & Book Ferries to Cyprus

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Cyprus. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Cyprusferry. Check availability and timetables now.

All ferries to Cyprus

Here you find all current ferry connections to Cyprus.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Mersin – Kyrenia Ferry from Turkey to Cyprus 2 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Akgunler Denizcilik
Ferry Tasucu – Kyrenia Ferry from Turkey to Cyprus 5 times a week
6 hours ) 0 minutes
Akgunler Denizcilik

All ferries from Cyprus

Here you find all current ferry connections from Cyprus.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Kyrenia – Mersin Ferry from Zypern to Türkei 2 mal wöchentlich
8 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Akgunler Denizcilik
Fähre Kyrenia – Tasucu Ferry from Zypern to Türkei 10 mal wöchentlich
6 Stunde(n)
Akgunler Denizcilik

Ferry ports in Cyprus

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Cyprus here.


Travel guide Cyprus

Holiday in Cyprus

Turkish, Greek and Arabic influences have left their mark on Cyprus. Thousands of years of cultural history, fantastic beaches and typical local delicacies promise a varied holiday.

TOP excursion destinations in Cyprus

Cyprus’ capital Nicosia is surrounded by a well-preserved city wall and is still divided into north and south. In the Greek part the cathedral and the archbishop’s palace are worth seeing. You can reach the Turkish part via a border crossing at the pedestrian zone Ledrastraße. An aqueduct, a caravanserai and several mosques await you here.

The port city of Paphos delights all those who are interested in cultural history. Royal tombs, ruined grounds and a medieval fort invite you on a journey into the past. The floor mosaics of the Roman villas in the Archaeological Park are particularly fascinating. They are of unique beauty!

The Kolossi castle dates back to 1454. The residential tower and parts of the wall have been preserved. The cistern, the kitchen and the representation rooms can be visited over several floors. From the roof there is a magnificent panoramic view.

The remains of the ancient city of Salamis bear witness to the power and wealth of its builders. At one time, up to 100,000 people lived here. Worth seeing are the grammar school, the theatre and the royal tombs. The ancient site of Kourion also has a theatre and buildings with well-preserved floor mosaics.

The rock of Aphrodite offers a beautiful backdrop. Greek mythology says that at this place the goddess of beauty was born from foam.

In the middle of the Tróodos Mountains, visitors will find the Ioannis Lampadistis Monastery. It is a World Heritage Site and houses three churches from different eras under one roof. This offers the unique opportunity to admire the most magnificent frescoes from various centuries in just one place.

The Tróodos Mountains occupy a good third of the island’s total area. The highest elevation is the Olympos with 1.952 meters. Various hiking and biking trails lead through forests and offer pleasant temperatures in summer. By the way, in winter there is skiing here.

Entry requirements

Entry to Cyprus is possible for German citizens with the following documents: identity card, passport, children’s passport. All documents must be valid at the time of entry. A visa is not required for entry into Cyprus.

Alternative travel options

Cyprus can be reached quickly and easily by plane. The island’s three international airports are served by regular year-round flights from Germany.

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