Ayia Napa is a big resort with loads going on day and night throughout the summer. It is world renowned for it's party style nightlife but it's the long golden beaches, the crystal clear seas and the friendly, welcoming atmosphere that draws visitors from all over the world who come back to Ayia Napa for holidays again and again.
On this website you will find information and tickets for Ayia Napa's biggest and best events. You can book boat trips, sightseeing tours and activities and discover what's on in Ayia Napa. Plan your holiday excursions, parties and things to do in Ayia Napa with all the information you need before you go.
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With Over 80 bars, 10 clubs, more than 150 places to eat, plus a waterpark, a funfair and 14 Blue Flag Beaches,
Ayia Napa is the hottest resort in the Med!
As well as the amazing beaches and lively nightlife, there are plenty of shops in Ayia Napa selling everything from souvenirs and beach wear to jewellery and designer label fashion.
You can bungee jump, ride the slingshot, ride a quad bike or scuba dive. You can go to a rooftop sunset party, a pool party, a foam party, on a boat trip or take a bar crawl around Ayia Napa. There are hairdressers, tattooists’, beauticians and gyms, as well as dance classes and fitness instructors.
Ayia Napa has a 14th century monastery, a museum and several churches. There are sea caves, a national forest park area and bicycle paths. Experience the outdoor Sculpture park, seafront walkway and numerous pieces of street art. Regular festivals and events showcasing traditional music and dances are held throughout the year. There is a funfair, a waterpark and work is well underway on a new state of the art marina development.
Ayia Napa has a police station, a radio station and a primary school. As with any town you will also find florists, mechanics, bakeries, computer shops, camera shops, dentists, doctors, betting shops, estate agents, travel agents, insurance companies and many other businesses useful for both tourists and residents.
You can't help but fall in love with the modern, cosmopolitan town of Ayia Napa but you will still find glimpses of the traditional fishing village that once was.
A couple of kilometres east along Nissi Avenue, past many shops and restaurants, we come to the town centre. This is where the majority of the bars and all the clubs are located. It's also where you'll find plenty of shops, the harbour and lots of things to do.
Heading from the harbour eastwards but still within walking distance of the town centre is Pantachou Beach, a long sweep of sand with several high standard hotels, a selection of restaurants and a more upmarket feel to it.
As we head out of town to the east we reach the stunning sea caves, popular for cliff diving and then on to Cape Greco, which is a national forest park. Here you will also find the gorgeous pine fringed beach of Konnos Bay. Cape Greco is popular with hikers, walkers, cyclists and nature enthusiasts.
It's also a popular spot for diving and fishing and is the best place to watch the sunrise. A few miles further on you reach the neighbouring holiday resort of Protaras.
Ayia Napa has a different personality for each month of the year. In January most tourist venues are closed, it's often a little cloudy and pretty quiet. February you see business owners bustling to make preparations for the summer season and in March a few places start to open up and it also starts to warm up.
April is the start of the tourist season and also when the first of the workers usually arrive and this carries on through into May with lots of opening parties. From January to May, nationalities and age groups are very mixed, people from all over Europe, Russia, and the middle east and everyone from families to the very elderly all have a good time together.
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