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Ayia Napa Information
Over the years Agia Napa has developed into a popular holiday resort due to its beautiful crystal clear blue beaches with golden sands and many tourist attractions.
It is very well known for its magnificent nightclubs and bars, which cater people of any age. This town has much to offer whether you are young or old. When it comes to culture there are many places to visit, which maintain the Cyprus tradition.
Agia Napa is very popular with the younger traveler. There are nice taverns; bars and plenty water sport activities. The resort of Agia Napa is centered by the famous Cypriot church of Agia Napa (Saint Napa), with the small village now
a sprawling travelers haven. There are also ancient areas to explore and exciting landscapes to witness.
There you will have the opportunity to obtain Cypriot hospitality, which is a friendly and cheerful one, and you will feel the real enjoyment of your holiday. An exciting experience is waiting for you.
Agia Napa is a resort at the far eastern end of the south coast of the island of Cyprus, famous for its sandy beaches that has become a 'party capital' attracting the youngsters for its lively nightlife as well as the beautiful scenery and endless beaches.
Events & Celebrations
-Carnival Festival: 20th - 23rd February Street Carnival in all towns.
-Wine Festival: 30th August - 10th September in Limassol.
-Kataklysmos: 24th May Sea side festival in all coastal resorts.
Most saint day festivals are celebrated on Church grounds.
Marine Life Museum
Marine Life Museum is located in Agia Napa's Town Hall. It is the first natural museum of its kind in Cyprus and it exhibits past and present marine life and promotes the study and research of marine life while also emphasizing the
importance of preserving the marine environment.
The exhibits include a reconstruction of a dinosaur seabed, fish fossils, shells, sea urchins, sea turtles, sea plants and more.
Every specimen in the museum was removed from its natural habitat after death. The Marine Life Museum is visited every year by thousands of tourists.