Ayia Napa Center
Ayia Napa was a small fishing village which in 1994 was declared as a Municipality and it is today one of the best tourist destinations worldwide, very well known as a cosmopolitan resort. Ayia Napa is located in the eastern coast of Cyprus very closed to Famagusta City.
A town of natural beauty – golden sandy beaches with crystal clear varying shades of blue waters, of history and culture with friendly and hospitable people is definitely a unique place for all of you who wish to have unforgettable vacations.
As the Greek Nobel Prize Poet George Seferis wrote in one of his poems “Ayia Napa,where all the colours of the rainbow blend into a harmonious whole, different languages resound everywhere, where the hearts beat as one and offer a warm welcome”.
Don’t forget to visit the Monastery and the Old and New Church inside and outside of it dedicated to Virgin Mary, the Picturesque Harbor, the Municipal Museum “Thalassa”, the Makronissos Archaeological Tombs, the Venetian Aqueduct, the rural churches and chapels all around the town, the Sculpture Park, the Celebrities’ Square, the Love Bridge, and the Sculpture “I Love Ayia Napa” at the Central Square so as to take a memory photo with it.
Discover the 14 golden beaches with crystal and clear waters all awarded with Blue Flag, and indulge into the warmth of the sun, enjoy your swimming, all water sports and a cruise around the coast of Ayia Napa. Explore the wild natural beauty of Cape Greco, do biking or hiking on nature trails with wildflowers and fauna.
You can visit the variety of restaurants and taverns to taste the local and international cuisine, the pubs and nightclubs for fun and pleasure and the trendy boutiques and souvenirs for shopping.
The rocky promontory on the south-eastern coast of Cyprus, east of Agia Napa and south east of Protaras, is an area of unspoiled natural beauty that has been declared a National Forest Park and conservation area and covers an area of 385 hectares.
Hike along the network of nature trails lined with miniature pine trees and juniper stopping to admire spectacular views from sea cliffs overlooking turquoise seas.
Experience the island’s culture, history and wonderful scenery from the saddle of a bike. A cycle tour enables you to come across things which you would probably miss from inside a car.
Cyprus is a biker’s paradise and it’s not just because of the guaranteed sunshine. Granted the excellent weather conditions prevailing on the island mean cycling can be enjoyed almost throughout the year. And, unlike other European or Mediterranean countries, strong headwinds are rare.
Many people find the easiest way to explore Ayia Napa – Protaras and the surrounding area is to hire a bicycle. Bicycles can be hired from numerous shops all over the town and start from just a few Euro a day.
Specialist cycling paths exist in the area both for lovers of this sport and as a means to explore. The island has perfect weather for cycling, especially in the winter months, what with low annual rainfall and few of the headwinds that are a bane to cyclists.
Cycle paths also run along the coast road from Ayia Napa towards Protaras, taking in Cape Greco where the old road has been turned into a walking and cycling route.
The main road out of Ayia Napa towards Paralimni town has cycle paths in both directions up to the edge of town when they become a little congested with the roadway.
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