The only available route offered in order to reach Cyprus departs from the port of Lavrio in Greece.
As the only route that goes to Cyprus is located in Greece, it is first necessary to travel to the continent. This can be done via various routes. The simplest and most straightforward is via the Eurotunnel from Folkestone to Calais. Alternatively, you can catch the ferry from Dover to either Calais or Dunkerque. You can then drive across the continent until you reach Greece.
If you would prefer to utilise a route that requires less driving it is worthwhile considering using a ferry from Italy, in the form of either the Ancona – Igumenitsa route, Bari – Igumenitsa or Brindisi - Igumenitsa. As this would not only save you driving time, but also enables your drivers to relax.
As the Lavrio to Limassol ferry is a freight-only vessel, the facilities on-board are basic and is limited to only 12 drivers.