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Access to the sea: yes

Ayia Napa is reasonably called "the Second Ibiza." There are plenty of bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Another "bonus" of this famous resort is gorgeous beaches.

During the day they will surprise you w the turquoise color of the water and in the evening will impress you by picturesque sunset. Most of the local beaches are awarded with "Blue flags," what means that they are the best of the best. It should be noted that the locals prefer Ayia Napa for vacations more than other places.

Nissi beach is the calling card of the resort. Here is the concentration of all the entertainment places. For a more relaxed holiday or day with the family, visit Lanta, Grecian Bay or Makronisos beaches.

Tourists attractions of Ayia Napa

One of the most iconic local attraction is situated near mentioned Makronisos Beach. It is Rock Tombs. The complex is opened for tourists despite the fact that excavations still in progress.

In the Museum of the Sea, you can see unique artifacts that were found in coastal waters. Some of them have centuries of history and were preserved since the pre-Christian era.

For long walks and bike tours, we recommend visiting the National Forest Park "Cape Greco."

And, of course, do not forget to visit Ayia Napa monastery. It is the place from which has begun the history of this beautiful city.



Paphos has a rich cultural history. There you will find the famous baths of Aphrodite and a castle nestled in its picturesque port. The town offers modern hotels and the second international airport of the island. Paphos is a all year round tourist destination.

Ayia napa

Ayia napa and Paralimni are the most famous tourist locations on the eastern coast of Cyprus thanks to their stunning white sandy beaches and wide range of hotels and accommodation which offer great holidays all year round.


Larnaca is home to the island’s main international airport, a marina and various archaeological sites, as well as many beautiful beaches and rural regions. It is the most peaceful town of Cyprus with a real ‘family’ feel.