Casino in Paphos

casino in paphos

The casino in Paphos (also known as C2 Paphos) began operating in February 2020 and is now one of the four legal casinos in the Greek part of Cyprus.

It’s located in Yeroskipou, right across from the Ivi Mare Hotel, and welcomes guests aged 21 and above at no entrance fee. Do keep in mind, however, that there’s a smart casual dress code in place.

Additionally, there’s a charming bistro on-site offering a selection of cold and hot beverages, as well as some snacks.

On the flip side, the casino is relatively small, covering only 550 square meters and featuring several dozen slot machines but no gaming tables or roulette.

Also, it’s important to note that opinions about the casino are mixed.

While some high rollers praise it, others are less excited, citing less favorable experiences and criticizing the casino’s cramped size and lack of table games.

By the way, if you’re sensitive to cigarette smoke, it’s worth mentioning that there are no restrictions on smoking indoors.

For those seeking a large-scale casino, Limassol offers two great options that are only about an hour away from Paphos.

How to Get to the Casino in Paphos

If you’re staying at one of the hotels in Yeroskipou, reaching the casino is just a leisurely walk away.

Here are some other ways to get there:


There are three main bus routes that stop next to the casino: 611, 612, and 631.

These routes pass through the hotel strip, with the closest bus stop to the casino being opposite the Leonardo Cypria Bay Hotel.

  • From the Universal area, you’ll need to take two buses to reach the casino: route 603 to the Tombs of the Kings bus station, and then route 611, 612, or 631 to the casino.
  • From Coral Bay and the Tombs of the Kings Ave, hop on route 615 to reach the central station, where you can then transfer to either route 611, 612, or 631.
  • From the Old Town, follow route 618 to the Tombs of the Kings bus station and switch to route 611, 612, or 631.


A taxi ride to the casino from the city center generally costs around €12. However, from more distant locations like Peyia, expect to pay €25 or more.

Fares for larger taxis (typically accommodating over 4 passengers) may be slightly higher.


For those arriving by car, there’s a designated parking area outside the casino. Feel free to check the map below for directions.

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Opening Hours
24 hours a day, 7 days a week



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