While Ayia Napa holidays are famed for a vibrant party scene, it has a softer side too - and it can be found on the pillow-like sands along the stunning coastline...
The white sandy bay at Nissi Beach is well known as a beauty spot on the eastern shore of Cyprus, while Grecian Bay and watersports Mecca Macronissos Beach also attract holidaymakers looking to spend their days sprawled out on the velvety shoreline or dipping their toes into the warm Mediterranean (or going wild with the watersports).
Family holidays in Ayia Napa (also known as Agia Napa) are hugely popular too, with hotel staff that know how to keep little ones amused and plenty of shallow seas for youngsters to paddle safely in. There's also WaterWorld water park, where squeals of delight echo around the walls of “Ancient Greece”. The theme might be old, but modern thrills attract thousands of visitors every year.
History buffs will be delighted with the Venetian Monastery in Ayia Napa, shoppers will be drawn to the main square, which fills with craft stalls most evenings, and there are plenty of cafés and restaurants around town where the conversation, and the music, is hushed.
But Ayia Napa is a fun-loving town and groups, couples and families will be able to enjoy the bars and restaurants, with the adults left to savour the intoxicating atmosphere of the nightclubs.
Those taking their holidays to Ayia Napa will arrive at Larnaca Airport (LCA). Pre-booked transfers, taxis, buses and car hire are the options available to take you from the airport to your holiday hotel, villa or apartment.
There really is something for everyone in Ayia Napa and holidays to this popular holiday resort are ideal for families and groups.
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If you're looking to top up your tan, temperatures in Ayia Napa won't disappoint. But when is the best time to visit? Find out here...
Sun, sun, sun is the name of the game in Ayia Napa and holidaymakers flock here during the peak summer season of June to September to experience dry, hot days with temperatures reaching 30C.
Cyprus doesn't really do resort holidays during the winter months. Spring and autumn daily averages of 20C make these seasons a great time to visit. Bargains are more readily available outside of the school holidays.
If you are looking for events to get involved in while in Ayia Napa, you won't be disappointed. Find out what's on...
Ayia Napa Festival; last weekend of September: An annual event running for nearly 30 years, the festival in Sepheris Square celebrates the historical and cultural traditions of the town.
Ayia Napa Youth Festival; August: More of a newcomer to the festival scene, the free festival invites partygoers to experience live music in the open air.
From glass bottomed boat trips to funfairs - Ayia Napa has something for everyone. Find out the best things to do on your holiday...
Relaxing: Climb aboard and unwind on a peaceful glass-bottomed boat trip. Enjoy spying on the creatures of the underwater world without having to get so much as a toe wet.
Babies and toddlers: Parko Paliatso Funfair will keep little ones amused with rides such as the mini wheel and small carousels. Older kids looking for thrills can take up the challenge of rides such as the sling shot, which catapults you 80 metres into the sky in two seconds.
Nightlife: Ayia Napa has had the reputation of a being a classic party destination for a long time. Whether you're looking for clubbing and big beats, trendy bars, a comedy night or dancing until dawn, Ayia Napa has something for everyone.