Where to shop Tax Free in Cyprus
Tax Free shopping in Nicosia
- Stasikratous – full of high end shops ranging from small independent boutiques to bigger outlets for international luxury brands such as Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Max Mara.
- Municipal Market – in the Old Municipal Square on Kuyumcular Sk, open every day, except Sundays.
Mall of Cyprus shopping centre - on Verginas Street, which plays host to a variety of great brands like Lacoste, Guess, Mango, Swatch and even houses a Debenhams department store.
Tax Free shopping in Limassol
- Makarious III Avenue, Anexartisias Street and Agiou Andreou Street - everything from big brands to souvenirs plus a branch of Debenhams, as well as several clothes and shoes boutiques in the Maximos Plaza shopping mall on Maximos Michaelides Street.
- Spyrou Araouzou – flea market on Sunday’s selling fresh products, clothes, perfumes and more.
- Limassol – the centre of the wine industry and the Cyprus Wine Museum is located on Pafos Street.
Tax Free shopping in Larnaca
Zinonos Kitieos Street and Ermou Street - lined with local and big brand shops including a branch of international retailer, Marks & Spencer. There are also names such as Folli Follie and Guess, as well as the Cyprus Handicraft Centre on Themidos Street.
Tax Free shopping in Paphos
- Nikodemou Mylona Street – designer stores and high-fashion names as well as known high-street brands.
- Konstantinou Kanari – Debenhams is found here.
- Dimokratias Street – Hermes department store.
- Pafos Municipal Market - on Agora Street in the Old Town district for fresh produce and some clothes, jewellery and handbags.
- Shopping advice
- If it's traditional Cypriot handicrafts such as embroidery, weaving, woodcarving, pottery and leatherwork you're interested in buying, then don't forget to stop by one of the government-run Cyprus Handicraft Centres. There are branches in Nicosia on Athalassa Avenue, Lemesos on Themidos Street and Pafos on Apostolos Pavlos Avenue.