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The road to Fontana Amoroza, located on the Akamas Peninsula at the north-west end of the island of Cyprus, is one of the most dangerous roads in the world, as well as one of the world's best coastal drives. The road starts with a sign which - truthfully - says Do not enter - dangerous for cars. The route demands 100% concentration.

In Morphou district, a number of roads were described as “dangerous due to landslides” according to CNA, including Pedoula-Kykkou-Kambou, Kakopetria-Karvouna, Moutoulla-Pedoula, Pedoula-Prodromou, Pedoula-Pinewood-Kakopetria, Prodromou-Troodos, and Prodromou-Platres.

In Paphos, several roads remain closed due to raging water and overflowing rivers, causing both rockslides and mudslides. Closed roads include Kelokedaron-Amargetis-Natas and Salamiou-Galatarias.

In Cyprus, you will experience a distinct lack of use of turn signals to indicate, where the driver intends to go. This applies to both changing lanes on the highway as well as in any other traffic situations and turns. It can potentially be very dangerous, but now you are aware of it and will be able to avoid any potentially dangerous situations.

There is also a highway from Nicosia that passes Larnaca before reaching Ayia Napa. Finally, there’s a highway from Larnaca that connects with A1 before Limassol and connects all the highways.

Now, when existing these highways outside the bigger cities you will have to be very careful, as some of the exits are very short plus they might end in a 90-degree turn, where the speed limit is as low as 25-30 km/h.

Roundabouts are a cause of confusion for many drivers. Even though there should be no difference driving in a roundabout in Cyprus and most other countries (except most countries drive on the right-hand side), it is quite different.

This is particularly the case for a number of things to do in paphos such as visiting the Adonis Baths, Lara Beach & The Blue Lagoon. If you don’t rent a 4WD it’s still possible to get these sites in other ways, for example, you can take a ferry to the Blue Lagoon, renting an ATV or simply taking the risk by driving a regular car and hoping to avoid damage!

Roundabouts are a cause of confusion for many Cypriot drivers. Even though there should be no difference driving in a roundabout in Cyprus and most other countries (except most countries drive in the right hand side), it is quite different.

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