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Nissi_BeachNissi Beach
Only three kilometers west of Ayia Napa. These closely connected twin beaches attract thousands of tourists every year. Nissi, which in Greek means "small island", gives a new dimension to the beauty of the landscape. It is well sheltered from the wind and facilitates all sea sports. The Other unique features of Nissi Beach are its gently shelving shoreline and its very shallow and crystal clear waters.
The beach offers plenty of facilities including watersports, restaurants and bars. All this can be reached within seconds from the Nissiana Hotel premises as the beach stands just 150 metres away. For those seeking a more secluded beach, there is a lovely cove less than ten minutes walk from the hotel towards Macronissos. Many beach-lovers find that the water temperature in Cyprus remains warm from mid April right through to mid- November and choose to travel in Spring or Autumn for a cooler and more tranquil setting.(Source:

Colourful, joyful and filled with delightful amusement. The long summer season is ideal for sun worshippers and sea sport lovers while winter coo. is becoming a haven for nature lovers. There is a world of choice.Explore the untamed na tural beauty of Cape Grecayiao. Hike, bike or walk through nature's trails of wild flowers and fauna.
Take a cruise. Shop. Enjoy delicious food. Visit trendy cafes, pubs and clubs. Meet the locals who talk candidly and open - heartedly about Agia Napa, a land blessed with sunshine, beauty and simple traditions.

Bayia1ut Ayia Napa is also home to significant history, including its medieval Monastery that was built around 1500 AD, originally as a women’s convent. West of Ayia Napa, a short 15-minute walk from the Nissiana, the Department of Antiquities has completed the excavation of 19 rock-cut tombs dating back to the Hellenistic and Roman periods. To the east of the tombs a small sanctuary has been excavated while part of an ancient quarry next to it has also been uncovered.

Cape Greco, to the east of Ayia Napa, is a distinctive coastline with its imposing 10-metre see cliffs which feature natural caves sculpted by the sea into the rock.   



Cyprus, the island where, according to legend, Aphrodite, the ancient Greek goddess of beauty and love, was born, is an idyllic tourist destination.

This eastern Mediterranean island is rich in natural beauty, has a wide variety of rare endemic species both in flora and fauna, magnif icent ancient sites, as well as a healthy climate. The traditional hospitality of the inhabitants and a high level of services all make it attractive to the visitormap

Most tourists come from Europe (95%), the majority from the UK. Other important tourist markets for Cyprus are the Scandinavian countries, Germany, Russia and the countries of former USSR, Switzerland, Greece and Holland. There is also an influx of tourists from the Middle East, the Gulf and Israel.
Cyprus offers visitors an opportunity for fun and relaxation, events organised throughout the year, as well as a chance to get to know its culture and taste its traditionally warm hospitality. (Source:






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