About Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is a resort at the far eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus. The resort has 27 beaches, of which 14 have been awarded the blue flag award, more than any other resort in Cyprus.
What to visit
- Ayia Napa Medieval Monastery is the main point of significant historical interest in the Ayia Napa area. The Makronissos Tombs are an archaeological site consisting of set of ancient rock-cut tombs, an adjacent sanctuary and quarry, and evidence of funeral pyres.
- The town contains two municipal marine museums: the Tornaritis-Pierides Museum of Marine Life and the Thalassa Agia Napa Municipal Museum (also known as the Thalassa Museum of the Sea).
- The Ayia Napa Sculpture Park, which is located on the east side of Ayia Napa. The sculpture park contained 144 sculptures through the participation of 104 sculptors. The sculpture park has gained worldwide recognition and was accepted as a member to the International Sculpture Symposium Alliance, and has been turned into an international sculpture park with participation from artists from all over the world.
- Ayia Napa International Festival is much famous. The festivities reflect the historic, cultural and agricultural traditions of Ayia Napa and Cyprus as a whole. The programme includes theater performances, operas, concerts, and Cypriot and foreign folk dancing.Visitors can also enjoy art and photo exhibitions, wood carving and silversmithing workshops, and culinary shows withhalloumi cheese making.
Stay 3, 4 or 7 nights in Ayia Napa and choose among our big selection of 3, 4 or 5 stars hotels.
You may also combine your stay with Paphos.