Famagusta, Famagusta & Salamis

€28

per person €14 per child

Available on Wednesday Sunday!

Pick up from hotels in Protaras 08:00 - 08:25                 

Pick up from hotels in Ayia Napa 08:30 - 08:55               

Pick up from hotels in Larnaca 08:00 - 08:25


(For your exact bus stop and time, please contact us.)


***(For this excursion, clients staying in Larnaca area are transferred to and back from the excursion bus in Ayia Napa with mini bus or local bus service)

Enter the border through Strovilia (Vrysoulles) checkpoint    

Free time in Famagusta Old Town Center for sightseeing and lunch (lunch is an optional extra not included in the price) (approx. 4 hours free time for clients that do not want to visit Salamis & Saint Barnabas) 


Optional extra: 

Visit at the archeological site of Salamis (approx. 40 mins) and visit at Saint Barnabas church 

and tomb (approx. 40 mins). 

Entrance fees for the above two sites (€5 for adults and free for children up to 12 years old) are 

not included in the excursion price. Entrance fees are paid by clients on the day of the excursion!

-  Clients that want to visit Salamis & Saint Barnabas will only have approximately 2 hours free time in Famagusta  


Free time for swimming at the “Golden Beach” of Famagusta (approx. 1 hour)  


Short drive close to the “Ghost Town” (the fenced sealed-off area of Famagusta)  

Exit the border through Strovilia (Vrysoulles) checkpoint  

Return in Ayia Napa and Protaras around 16:30 - 17:00, Return in Larnaca around 17:30


Notes: 

***ON THE DAY OF THE FAMAGUSTA & SALAMIS EXCURSION THEY MUST HAVE WITH THEM THEIR PASSPORTS OR NATIONAL ID CARDS. ONLY EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENS ARE ALLOWED TO USE THEIR NATIONAL ID CARDS. ALL OTHER NATIONALITIES (OUTSIDE EUROPEAN UNION) MUST USE THEIR PASSPORTS. ONLY ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE CHECKPOINT – NO PHOTOCOPIES ALLOWED!

*** PLEASE CHECK THE COVID-19 RULES THAT APPLY FOR CROSSING THE CHECKPOINT

 

*** Please bring swimwear and towels if you would like to swim at the “Golden Beach” in Famagusta!