The only Church where I know for sure that Catholic Easter will be celebrated is The Latin Catholic Parish of St Paul’s in Paphos. The representatives of the church said that at 16:00 there will be the first service, and the main one will be at 19:00.
So if you are a Catholic Christian and you are in the harbor area, you can easily get to this church.
More details can be found on the Church’s website
If you are in Larnaca and want to mark the moment, you can do so at Saint Helena’s Anglican Church, where a service will be on Sunday at 10:00.
With approval from the Vatican – the union of the Easter holidays on the island
There are four other Catholic churches in Cyprus. Those in Larnaca, Limassol, and Nicosia will celebrate Easter together with Orthodox Christians.
The decision was made several years ago and was approved by the Vatican. The only church I don’t know when he chose to hold the resurrection service is the one in Ayia Napa.
If you want to know more about where the Catholic churches are located on the island, you can find them all here: cypruscatholicchurch
See here what Ayia Napa looks like on Orthodox Easter
Where you find the churches?
St. Mary of Graces Catholic Church. It’s inside the city, and if you don’t want to walk there and don’t have a rental car, the only solution would be a taxi.
International Evangelical Church celebrates Easter at the same time as Orthodox Christians.
Saint Helena’s Anglican Church will celebrate Easter with a service on Sunday at 10:00 am
Catholic Church Ayia Napa, in the area of the Town Hall of Ayia Napa.
Saint Catherine Catholic Church, not far from Limassol Zoo.
Holly Cross Catholic Church. It is in the old city, right on the border.