Customs And Duty Free Allowance At Larnaca Airport

How Much Duty Free Can I Take Into Cyprus?

There are 2 different types of Customs and duty free allowance at Larnaca airport depending on whether you are traveling from a country within the EU (European Union) or whether you are traveling from a country outside of the EU.

Countries Within The EU

The following countries are all countries within the EU and therefore EU regulations will apply.

Austria – Belgium – Bulgaria – Cyprus – Czech Republic – Denmark – Estonia – Finland – France – Germany – Greece – Hungary – Ireland – Italy – Latvia – Lithuania -Luxembourg – Malta – Netherlands – Poland – Portugal – Romania – Slovakia – Slovenia – Spain – Sweden – United Kingdom

Customs And Duty Free Allowance At Larnaca Airport Within The EU

Duty Free Allowance Into Cyprus For Countries Within The EU

If you are traveling to Cyprus from a country that is in the EU and the items you are taking through customs is for personal use, you are allowed the following quantities and will not be charge any duty on them:

Duty Free Allowance ( Please note: the following were correct at the time of writing, it is advisable to check the current allowance)

800 Cigarettes

400 Cigarillos

200 Cigars

1 Kg of smoking/rolling tocacco

10 litres of spirits (over 22%)

20 litres (less than 22%)

90 litres of winw

60 litres of sparkling wine

110 litres of beer

Customs And Duty Free Allowance At Larnaca Airport For Goods Taken Out Of Cyprus Into Another Eu Country:

3200 cigarettes

400 cigarillos

200 cigars

3 kg of smoking/rolling tobacco

110 litres of beer

10 litres of spirits

90 litres of wine

20 litres of fortified wine, for example port or sherry.

Customs And Duty Free Allowance At Larnaca Airport For Goods Taken Into Cyprus For Countries Outside Of The EU

200 Cigarettes

100 Cigarillos

50 Cigars

250g Smoking/rolling tobacco

1 litre of spirits (over 22%)

2 litres of wine

16 litres of beer

50g Perfume

£175 worth of goods (Excluding Jewellery)


Any monies taken into Cyprus from countries within the EU, need to declare any monetary value that exceeds 1250 euros.

It is always advisable to pre-check the current Duty Free allowances before you purchase any item and before you travel. Remember, that if you take over your allowance, you will be charged for the excess or have your item taken from you.