There are four ports in Cyprus, Limassol, Larnaca, Paphos, and Latsi which cater the people either for leisure or commerce.

The main ports are the Limassol and Larnaca ports whereas the others are smaller.

Limassol port

Limassol port

The largest port in Cyprus is Limassol port, which was constructed in 1971 and began operations right after the Turkish invasion. The port is the largest and busiest harbour on the island, capable of handling vessels up to 820 ft (250 m) size for berthing in 45 ft (14 m) of water.

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Larnaca port

larnaca port

The Larnaca port is the second largest port in Cyprus. This port was built in 1973 and its main advantage point is that it is also close to the international airport. This port is mainly used for imports and exports.

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Paphos port

Paphos port

Paphos port serves as a small marina for the fishermen and can fit up 300 boats. It is a tourist destination as there are many restaurants and cafes around it. However it is not used to accommodate cargo or cruise ships.

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Latsi port

Latsi port

Latsi port is similar to Paphos port in the sense that it accommodates fishing and tourist boats. The port was used for shipping carobs and was later converted into a marina.

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