Located on the south coast of Cyprus, its a favourite destination for a large number of tourists, particularly the British. Ayia Napa offers the perfect holiday for families and couples, with excellent beaches which feature a wide range of water sports such as water skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving and speed boating. All 14 beaches in Ayia Napa have been awarded with the EU Blue Flag for their cleanliness and facilities.
The summer months, June to August, can be popular with tourists looking for the nightlife.
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Ayia Napa, Famagusta, Cyprus
The hottest time of the year in Ayia Napa is July when temperatures reach an average of 27 degrees Celsius. January is the coldest with an average of 12 degrees Celsius. The wettest months are December and January with about 80 mm of rainfall, and there’s hardly any rainfall at all from July to September.
Opened in 1996, Water World is one of Cyprus’s biggest attractions. There are over 21 exhilarating rides to suite all ages. The park also provides sun loungers, umbrellas, changing facilities, showers and free parking. There are restaurants on site serving everything from full self-service meals to pizzas, ice-cream to crepes.
Ideal for anyone who would like a relaxing day at sea enjoying the stunning coastline. Some excursions include snorkel hire so you can view the copiousness of sea life off the deck of the boat. There’s also a family friendly submarine trip and a pirate ship with full entertainment on board. It really is fun for all ages.
Quad Bike Hire
Why not try something a bit different? Hiring a Quad Bike is an ideal way to see other areas around Ayia Napa. There are many stunning beaches including Landa and Macronissos. If you want boutique shopping there’s Paralimni Village.