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Ayia Napa is a buzzing sun-soaked resort town set at the far eastern end of Cyprus’ southern coast. Seemingly endless stretches of unblemished white sands offer idyllic bathing spots, magical scuba diving courses and adrenaline-pumping water sports. The beachfront square boasts strings of cool clothing boutiques, chic restaurants serving international cuisine, and dozens of neon-lit clubs, creating an infinitely energetic nightlife. Ayia Napa’s cultural museums and tranquil monastery ruins offer a beautiful balance to the electrifying nights the resort’s famed for.

Things to see

Wake up to the pure azure Ayia Napa skies, the honey-like sun melting across the bright green palms. Wander along to the monastery ruins, set back from the beaches. These flaxen-coloured, well preserved medieval ruins tell of time when Ayia Napa was but a sleepy fishing village. The high walls, tree-stippled and flower-covered courtyards, and intricately ornate stone fountains are a picture-perfect relic of a bygone era. After, continue your cultural morning by visiting the Thalassa Museum, a short walk from the monastery. It showcases displays telling of Cyprus’ intriguing and tumultuous marine history, from prehistoric times to the present day. In the afternoon, head to the pristine Nissi beach - which remarkably spouts into the ocean, forming a miniature island - or the nearby Greek-themed water park for enormous pools and dizzying slides. For a night of intense clubbing, head to the beachside area called the Square.

Hotels in Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa offers a number of luxurious beachside hotels and suites. For a lavish getaway at prices that won’t break the bank, stay in a 4-star Ayia Napa hotel. These hotels boast huge outdoor pools with adjacent bars, indulgent saunas, and large en-suite rooms with beautiful views across the turquoise Mediterranean. For an edenic haven, stay in one of the few 5-star complexes, which boast fine in-house dining and impeccable spa treatments, including professional massages in the garden courtyards. If you’re travelling as a group of friends, stay in one of the spacious apartment rentals.

Where to stay

If you’re travelling to Ayia Napa for a sun-soaked holiday of lazy beach days and wild nights in the bars and clubs, stay slightly south of the centre, alongside Limanaki Beach. Here you’ll enjoy easy access to the toe-tapping karaoke and live-music bars, and the head-spinning clubs. If you’re looking for a quieter area adjacent to Ayia Napa’s cultural sights, stay in the centre, amongst the sprawling old-world streets. If you’re travelling as a family, stay west of the centre - a more family-friendly area - where you’ll be near to the water park.

How to get to Ayia Napa

Take year-round flights to Larnaca International Airport. Marvel at Cyprus’ rocky landscape and shimmering Mediterranean waters as you gently descend to the runway. Larnaca is situated a mere 46 kilometres from Ayia Napa, meaning you can be digging your toes in the town’s soft sands in no time. Regular buses run from the airport to Aya Napa centre, and are very inexpensive. If you’d prefer to race along in a taxi, catch one from the airport, and enjoy the smooth, 35 minute drive to your destination. Once there, the reliable and affordable taxis are the best way to get around.