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A3 motorway (Cyprus)

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A3 motorway (Cyprus)

Larnaca International Airport junction

Ayia Napa Main Roundabout

Larnaca District, Famagusta District

The A3 motorway (Greek: δρόμος Διεθνούς Αερολιμένα Λάρνακας - Αγίας Νάπας) is a modern motorway linking Larnaca International Airport, the largest airport in Cyprus, and Ayia Napa, a popular seaside destination. It is 55 km long. The road was built in five phases and took about 10 years to be completed. The first part of the road until Dhekelia is locally referred as "Larnaca Beltway" (Greek: Παρακαμπτήριος Λάρνακας) and the second part till the end of the motorway as "Dhekelia - Famagusta Motorway" (Greek: Αυτοκινητόδρομος Δεκέλειας - Αμμοχώστου). Its routing takes it past Aradippou, Oroklini, Xylotymvou, Ormidia, and Xylofagou. The Larnaca beltway section, until the final phase was completed, used to culminate in an acute bend which was a major accident blackspot.

Map of A3, Cyprus

The motorway was built in 3 stages: 1. Rizoelia Junction to Dhekelia - opened 1993 2. Rizoelia junction to Dromolaxia - Opened 1999 3. Dhekelia to Ayia Napa - opened 2003

The western terminus was altered in 2009 to facilitate access directly to the new terminal at Larnaca International Airport


A3 motorway (Cyprus) Wikipedia

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