If you consider traveling for your holiday to Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, you can reach it either by air or by sea. On this website you can find all the necessary information about how to reach North Cypurs.
The easiest way how to reach North Cyprus is by air. You can fly to North Cyprus via Turkey to Ercan International Airport or to Larnaca International Airport situated in the South part of the Cyprus Island.
There are two main airlines providing an important international network to North Cyprus from all over the Europe. As North Cyprus is not recognized as an independent state, all the airplanes flying to North Cyprus must first land in Turkey and then continue flight to Ercan Northern Cyprus. Read more...
Scheduled ferryboats travel from Girne (Kyrenia) and Gazi Magusa (Famagusta) to Turkey's south coast ports of Mersin, Alanya and Tasucu. Three routes exist on which seabuses (passenger ferries), together with car ferries, operate: Girne-Alanya, Girne-Tasucu and Gazimagusa- Mersin, with car ferryboats running much slower than faster passenger ferries.
There are scheduled ferry-boat services from Turkish Mersin to Gazimagusa (Famagusta) in North Cyprus three times a week.
There are daily ferries (Seabus) and car ferryboats services from Turkish Tasucu to Girne (Kyrenia) in North Cyprus. The voyage by fast ferry takes about two hours.
Slower car ferries voyage takes four or five hours.
Also from Turkish Alanya, Antalya and Anamur services are organised during summer months to Girne (Kyrenia).
For further information and reservations, contact Fergun Shipping Company LTD.:
Up to 400 cigarettes per adult,or 500 gram of tobacco or 50 cigars. 1 litre of spirits or 1 litre of wine. Up to 100cl. Perfume. NB: It is strictly prohibited to export antiques or archaeological materials.
A valid passport is necessary for entering and a visa is granted on entrance to Northern Cyprus. All passports are accepted on entry to and exit from the Island provided that they confirm dates of arrival and departure.