Biking in Cyprus
Riding The Akamas Peninsula
Enjoy the Unspoilt Beauty
of Cyprus National Park
Located in the west of Cyprus the Akamas Peninsula is possibly the most picturesque corner of the island. Covering approximately 230 square kilometers, this is where you will find wild landscapes, amazing natural beauty, deep gorges, and wide sandy bays.
With hundreds of kilometres of trails in the Akamas Peninsula there's a ride to suit any mountain bike enthusiast,
downhill trails, technical rocky sections & twin track cross-county trails.
It's our aim to promote the Akamas Peninsula as the place to explore for the mountain bike enthusiast, and at the same time promote local tourism, village hotels, restaurants, tavernas, winery's and the cultural heritage.
The trails have a lot to offer even the most experienced of riders, range in grade from moderate to difficult, from half a day to full days ride, with time for photos and breaks.
With a maximum group size of 8, each days ride is based on the groups riding skills and fitness levels.
The Mountain Bikes
If you want to experience the superb riding that Cyprus has to offer, then you need a quality mountain bike, that's why we use the Whyte T130-SX that are part of the Whyte's highly rated Trail bike range, giving the best performance and safety on the most demanding of trails, we believe we have the best hire bikes currently available in the Paphos and Polis areas.
The Akamas Peninsula is a wild and rugged region, which is why we offer support vehicles to cover any eventuality. We are based in the village of Ineia which is at the edge of the Akamas National Park, where you will find our workshop to service and maintain our fleet of Whyte bikes.
(please contact us for your specific requirements)
With hundreds of kilometres of trails in the Akamas Peninsula there's a ride to suit any mountain bike enthusiast, downhill trails, technical rocky sections, twin track cross-county trails & hidden single trails.
We aim to make each day enjoyable and challenging, visiting points of interest on the way such as The Turtle Sanctuary at Lara Beach and The Avakas Gorge.
Bring Your Own Bike
Most airlines offer bikes as sports luggage, and we would recommend you use a hard case mtb specific cycle case as the best way to protect your pride and joy, as your bike will be treated as hold-luggage and damage can occur.
Located in the village of Dhrousha. This is a small family run hotel with stunning mountain views, a comfortable, stylish furnishing hotel with many amenities and professional care, well located five minutes from our workshop and a excellent place to relax poolside after a days ride.