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Not far from the noisy Ayia Napa in the Fig tree Bay is located a small but charming resort Protaras. It is not the most popular resort; however, the city has its admirers.

It is new tourist center with well-developed infrastructure, excellent hotels, and restaurants where visitors can try the traditional cuisine. Fifty years ago there was nothing but the Fig groves. Nowadays Protaras greets more and more tourists from all over the world.

Clear blue water, soft sand, picturesque landscapes are attracting those, who want to spend time away from the noisy and dusty cities and find harmony with nature.

Tourists attractions of Protaras

Those, who are interested in history, we recommend visiting the local Church of  Holy Prophet Elias. Inside you will find unique ancient frescoes. Tourists fond of natural sights must visit the Cape Greco, which is located within the National Park. There you can walk in the fresh air by various paths, ride a bike and make a wish on the trail of Aphrodite.

Protaras has all conditions for diving. This place is chosen by the divers from all over the world. They appreciate clean water, the lack of high flows and waves, the rich underwater world, excellent visibility. It is all you need for an unforgettable subsea trip.



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.