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Ayia Napa is renowned for its fantastic nightlife but there is a lot more to this lively resort than foam parties and bar crawls. Away from the nightclubs and karaoke bars Ayia Napa offers a great variety of tourist attractions to suit visitors of all ages.

Spend a day at one of Ayia Napa’s fabulous beaches and have a go at one of the many watersports available, or take a boat trip from the harbour and enjoy the scenic coastline. The resort also features a waterpark and funfair which offer thrills and fun for kids and grown-ups too.

On the outskirts of Ayia Napa is the Cavo Greco area, where one of the National Forest Parks of Cyprus is located. Here visitors can cycle and hike through the nature trails, enjoy breathtaking views of the sea and explore the amazing ancient sea caves.

Everything is within easy walking distance from the resort centre and both taxis and buses are readily available if you want to visit the many beaches of the resort or travel to the neighbouring resort of Protaras.

Whether you're looking for a crazy party holiday, a fun family break or a grown up chilled out getaway, Ayia Napa has something for everyone.

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  • Ayia Napa Square

    Ayia Napa Square

    If you’re looking to party hard until the early hours, then Ayia Napa Square is the place to be. Our apartments are centrally located close to the varied nightlife that the resort has to offer. A multitude of local and international restaurants are located within just 2 minutes’ walk from the area, along with numerous bars and nightclubs that offer entertainment from early evening until the sun comes up.

    The famous Nissi Beach is just a 5 minute drive from the resort area and during the busy summer months hosts many beach parties and events with international DJ’s flying in to make sure your holiday is one to remember.

    A day at the award winning Waterworld Waterpark is a must for all visitors to the area, offering a day of fun for all ages. The popular Paliatso luna park is also a great way to spend an afternoon or evening and has a number of exhilarating rides including the adrenaline-boosting Slingshot and 150 ft Bunjee Jump.  For those who prefer something more relaxing, go-karting, fairground rides and a big wheel are also available.

    The Ayia Napa harbor offers many boat trips where the scenic coastline of Ayia Napa, Protaras and the ghost-town of Famagusta can be viewed. Take a dive into the cool clear waters of the famous Cape Greco area or spend the afternoon cliff-jumping if you dare.

    If you want to be in the party capital of the island and close to the amazing beaches of the area, then Ayia Napa Square is definitely the place to be.

  • Nissi Beach

    Nissi Beach

    Probably the most famous beach in the Ayia Napa area, Nissi Beach is as popular as it is beautiful. The lagoon shaped bay is safely sheltered by a small island, ‘nissi’ in Greek, which gives the beach its name and offers ideal swimming conditions for families with children or sun worshippers who want to spend the day floating near the shore.

    With crystal clear waters and powdery white sand, it’s easy to see why this beach attracts thousands of visitors each year.
    During the main summer season, the beach hosts a number of parties and daytime events for the younger crowds whilst offering a wide variety of exciting watersports. Out of the main season, the beach is still popular but more suited towards families or visitors looking to relax and enjoy the winter sun.

    The Nissi Beach area is located just 2km from the resort centre and can be easily reached by bus, taxi or by foot. There are many restaurants and bars between the beach and resort centre, offering numerous cuisines including Mexican, Italian, Japanese to name just a few.
    Spend the day at a beach bar enjoying the view, or take a stroll to the nearby shops for some retail therapy, the area has something to offer everyone.

  • Ayia Thekla

    Ayia Thekla

    Probably the most famous beach in the Ayia Napa area, Nissi Beach is as popular as it is beautiful. The lagoon shaped bay is safely sheltered by a small island, ‘nissi’ in Greek, which gives the beach its name and offers ideal swimming conditions for families with children or sun worshippers who want to spend the day floating near the shore.

    With crystal clear waters and powdery white sand, it’s easy to see why this beach attracts thousands of visitors each year.
    During the main summer season, the beach hosts a number of parties and daytime events for the younger crowds whilst offering a wide variety of exciting watersports. Out of the main season, the beach is still popular but more suited towards families or visitors looking to relax and enjoy the winter sun.

    The Nissi Beach area is located just 2km from the resort centre and can be easily reached by bus, taxi or by foot. There are many restaurants and bars between the beach and resort centre, offering numerous cuisines including Mexican, Italian, Japanese to name just a few.
    Spend the day at a beach bar enjoying the view, or take a stroll to the nearby shops for some retail therapy, the area has something to offer everyone.

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  • Sotira Village

    Sotira Village

    The charming and quaint village of Sotira is a coastal area that stretches from the picturesque coastline of Ayia Thekla to the village centre which is located 5 kilometres inland.

    Famous for its Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Christian Orthodox churches, the village offers a combination of both old and modern day Cyprus life.  The area is also well known for its fertile soil and has long been a main source of Cyprus agriculture.

    In recent years with the development of the coastline, Sotira has become a popular holiday location because of its close proximity to the sea, offering visitors a chance to sample the real Cyprus lifestyle whilst still being close to the more popular resort areas.

    The village has a number of famous traditional tavernas offering home-made traditional dishes and the village centre has a good selection of shops and supermarkets also.

    The main town of Paralimni is just 2km from Sotera which offers more shopping facilities and the resort centres of Ayia Napa and Protaras are both within 10 minutes’ drive from the villas.

    For those looking for a more relaxing holiday environment whilst still being close to the sea, Sotira is an excellent choice.

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