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About Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is very famous for its large selection of restaurants, bars and discos and so the beautiful beaches. But Ayia Napa is also more than that. Here there is also the opportunity for pure relaxation by the beach for the whole family and shopping in the many shops. The beaches of Ayia Napa are actually very should-friendly as well. The nightlife in Ayia Napa is concentrated at the large Klostertorv away from the harbor, so here there is room for everyone.
The beaches are shallow, making them child-friendly. A common factor that unites all coasts and beaches is the quality stamp that Cyprus consistently receives every year. The island receives awards, distinctions and top rankings for its water quality and safety, its eco-initiatives and its general cleanliness on the beaches. Cyprus is the proud recipient of 68 Blue Flag beaches - an eco-label awarded to beaches and marinas across the globe that meet its standards - and has also been named 'Europe's cleanest bathing water', year after year
Here there is a great opportunity for party and colors in the evening and at night and relax by the beach and enjoy the sun and the beautiful water during the day. At the large car-free monastery square with the old Venetian monastery, the nightlife is concentrated, whereas at the cozy harbor, everything takes place at a slower pace.
Good to know
We primarily use the following airlines
Billund: Wizzair (Monday and Friday / June 3 - October 21)
Kastrup: Wizzair (Thursday and Sunday / June 2 - October 20)
Airport: We use only Larnaca Airport (LCA)
Flight time: 4 hours
Population: Cyprus approx. 1.2 million, Fig Tree Bay about 500.
Gratuity: 5-10% is usually given
Electricity: 230V 50Hz, power plugs and sockets are of type C and F
Eco Tax: 3-6%
Tour guide service
Our tour guides are available in Cyprus throughout the season