You can find on this page the Cyprus road map to print and to download in PDF. The Cyprus driving map presents the detailed road network, main highways and free motorways of Cyprus in Southern Europe.

Cyprus roads map

Maps of Cyprus roads

The Cyprus road map shows all roads network and main roads of Cyprus. This road map of Cyprus will allow you to preparing your routes and find your routes through the roads of Cyprus in Southern Europe. The Cyprus roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Driving in Cyprus is almost a necessity as public transport services are not available to all areas or at all times. Well-maintained, good-sized roads connect the villages and the towns, with four lane motorways connecting the main towns of Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca, Ayia Napa and Paphos as you can see in Cyprus roads map. Minor roads and forest roads are usually kept in good condition although they may be unsurfaced. Many mountain roads may close in the winter. The Cyprus Police provide updates on the state of the road network. The Police also publish details of any road closures or serious accidents on Facebook and Twitter. Road condition updates in the Troodos Mountains are available from the Cyprus Ski Federation website. Drivers should always have sunglasses available as the glare of light can be dangerously blinding, particularly in summer or when driving westward in the late afternoon. Traffic move on the left-hand side. Visitors should drive defensively, as Cyprus has one of the highest road fatality rates in Europe. Allow plenty of stopping distance.

Since the arrival of the first motor cars on the island in 1907, Cyprus has developed one of the most modern road networks in Europe. According to 2002 statistics, the road network in the Republic of Cyprus-administered areas of Cyprus consists of about 7,206 km of paved and 4,387 km of unpaved roads as its shown in Cyprus roads map. Although the first motorway in Cyprus, A1, was completed as recently as October 1985, the country already has the most motorway km per capita (38.6 km /100,000 inhabitants) amongst all European Union members. There are no toll paying roads in Cyprus to date.

Roads in Cyprus can be classified into this main categories: Main Roads, Intercity roads, mostly one lane per direction, except sometimes in residential areas up to two lanes. B is the letter used in their official numbering system, with a number up to two digits long. "B type" roads can be also main avenues within the city limits. Roads, secondary road network, mostly connecting rural areas. One lane per direction, always paved. They use the letter "E" in their formal numbering system and they are 3 digits long as its mentioned in Cyprus roads map. First digit is the serial number of the main road that the secondary road begins from (or the secondary road, that begins at another secondary road which begins at a main road etc.) and the last two digits is the serial number of the road. Smaller digits where the main road begins, larger ones near main road ending. Local roads, when coded during the 80 one lane and often dirt roads, today almost completely paved, and waiting for letter re - evaluation. They use "F" in the official coding system, and they are counted in the same way as "E"s are. There is no "E" with the same number as an "F". Unclassified roads. They can be "B" and "E" type.

Cyprus highway map

Maps of Cyprus motorways

The Cyprus highway map shows toll and free motorways of Cyprus. This highways map of Cyprus will allow you to prepare your routes on motorways of Cyprus in Southern Europe. The Cyprus highway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Highway is a dual carriageway road similar to Motorway standard and is toll free. It links all of the main towns of the island Paphos, Limassol, Nicosia, Larnaca and beyond as you can see in Cyprus highway map. The highways in Cyprus join the main towns and there is good access from the villa near Larnaca. Around 10km from the main motorway, you have easy access to Agia Napa in the East, Nicosia (signposted Lefkosia) in the centre of Cyprus, and Limassol and Paphos to the South West.

Motorways, 2 lanes per direction, free of any at-grade intersections as its shown in Cyprus highway map. They are the most important road network on the island, and the letter "A" is used on their official numbering system. Motorways usually run parallel to the same-number "B class" intercity roads that they replaced and sometimes these roads are even transformed to Motorways (e.g. A3 Motorway and B3 road). While there is no formal announcement about the numbering of new motorways under construction and under planning, it is anticipated that they will have the same number as their current main road. So Limassol - Saittas Motorway will be coded A8 because A is the letter of Motorways and 8 because it will "replace" B8 road.

Cyprus second Highway Project will comprise: (i) construction, with supervision, of the first two lanes of a new Nicosia-Limassol highway (about 75 km) as its mentioned in Cyprus highway map, and connecting and access roads to it; (ii) feasibility studies for the improvement of the Limassol-Paphos highway (about 70 km) and the highway connection between Nicosia and Larnaca (about 30 km); (iii) detailed engineering of up to 100 km of the highest priority and economically justified sections from (ii) above; (iv) small-scale studies relating to the transport sector; (v) an urban transport study of Limassol; and (vi) training of MCW staff.