If you want to enjoy one big party during your time on the island of Cyprus, then Ayia Napa is the perfect destination for your HOT Holiday in the sun.
The resort has long been known for its bustling evening scene, with a huge number of bars and clubs where you can dance until the early hours and really let your hair down.
However, whilst that is certainly true, Ayia Napa is about more than just the nightlife and has plenty more to offer those who decide to visit for the annual overseas adventure.
For a start, there is the favourable weather conditions throughout the year, with average temperatures that will nudge 30 during the summer months with the sun shining brightly in the sky; perfect conditions for topping up your tan.
Even during the winter months, you can expect to see the temperatures running into the mid-teens, although there is also the possibility of encountering a rainy day or two.
The coast both in and around Ayia Napa is some of the best on Cyprus, with more than a dozen high quality beaches that carry a Blue Flag rating.
No two beaches are the same and cater for all manner of visitor as a result, with golden sand where you can focus on doing more than sun bathing, more secluded bays for additional privacy and stunning blue waters where you can take a refreshing dip.
The all action nature of Ayia Napa isn’t just limited to night times either, with a range of different watersports that are sure to entertain being offered off the coast.
When the sun does set on an evening however, there are more options than you can throw the proverbial stick at when it comes to evening entertainment.
The main bars and clubs are located close together in the heart of the resort, with the main square being lined by nightclubs where you might even get to catch a set from some of the top DJs around.
Away from the night scene, you could spend some time exploring the other side of Ayia Napa, with a picturesque monastery for those who love exploring history and culture, and an impressive waterpark nearby for those who are travelling with children – or those who are simply young at heart themselves.
Fun for all the family is assured on a trip to Waterworld, which is located a short ride from Ayia Napa. The Greek-themed park is home to more than 30 different attractions with high-speed slides, a lazy river and a splash pool amongst the delights that await. There are also various food outlets on site.
There are plenty of options when it comes to hitting the beach around Ayia Napa, but Nissi Beach stands apart from the rest – having won awards as one of the best in Europe. As well as being the ideal place to improve your tan under the Mediterranean sun, you can also hit the water to try a range of sports or even dance under the stars at a late night party.
Hit the shops
There are plenty of options when it comes to shopping in Ayia Napa, with the areas around Nissi Avenue and Makarios Avenue providing plenty of opportunity to pick up some of the best designer labels at a fraction of the price found back home.
If you imagine that someone packed with nightclubs will be all about fast food then think again, as Ayia Napa is also home to a number of top class restaurants – many of which are located around the harbour area. Here you can sample traditional Greek fare as well as a range of seafood that has been freshly caught in the surrounding oceans.
Ayia Napa Monastery
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the main areas of the resort then a trip to the Monastery provides the chance to see the other side of Ayia Napa. Explore the history or maybe even catch one of the various festivals held every year.
Enjoy a night out
There are few better places to enjoy a night out in Cyprus than Ayia Napa. The huge array of bars will cater for all tastes and provide plenty of opportunity to dance until the early hours. The open bar area around Circus Square is a great place to party before hitting the clubs.
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