Originally a small nondescript village on the eastern coast of Cyprus, Ayia Napa has become the place to be on the island. Following the Turkish invasion in 1974, access to the famous nearby resort of Famagouste was closed. The coastal village first served as a weekend destination for the residents of Nicosia before gradually turning into a small tourist village that now extends all the way to Protaras ...
Just as beautiful as that of Nissi, the Makronisos beach has a calmer atmosphere.
Snack bars line the beach of Nissi.
Ayia Napa is famous for its nightlife; in the old city center, whole streets are devoted to nightclubs and bars.
On top of a hill, the Chapel of Prophet Elias Chapel overlooks the resort of Protaras.
At the southeastern tip of Cyprus, the Greek Cape separates Ayia Napa and Protaras.
The tourist resort of Protaras is far less animated than that of Ayia Napa.
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