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Things to do in Aiya Napa

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bendmeoverbackwards · 16/04/2022 16:21

Currently on holiday in Cyprus staying in Proteras about 20 mins away from Aiya Napa.

Dd is getting a bit bored with the pool, she likes a bit of culture/history but we don’t want to travel too far.

Is Aiya Napa worth a visit for half a day?

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allnewtothisbridetobe · 17/04/2022 08:32

Nissi beach probably worth a trip!

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RavElly · 17/04/2022 09:52

Konnos Bay is superb

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boonducks · 17/04/2022 15:27

Not Aiya Napa itself.
I've been lots of times in the 80s/90s before it became an 18-30 destination. Also went once while staying at Nissi beach. It's just a brash resort.
There's a good water park just past Nissi Beach but it's probably not warm enough in April.
Boat trip?
A day in Nicosia is fabulous. Walled city, lots of history there plus the UN blue line which is fascinating.

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AmbushedByCake · 17/04/2022 15:35

When I stayed in Protaras I did a fabulous jeep safari a bit like this one, it was fantastic. Ayia Napa was really just for clubbing.

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TizerorFizz · 18/04/2022 00:07

Why don’t you want to travel a bit further? Your DD is very sensible in wanting to see more. Aiya Nappa is hardly culture is it? Mostly 18-21 year olds on a jolly after exams and that’s who is catered for. Can you not do a Coach trip or hire a car? It must be really boring for DD if she wants to see more. Can you really only manage a few miles up the coast?

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