Buses in Ayia Napa: During the summer buses run regularly across, almost 24 hours a day throughout the week and the weekend.A good way to go from Ayia Napa to Nissi Beach is by bus. Driving in Ayia Napa: Same as in the UK – left hand side of the road. General speed limit on normal roads is 50 kmh unless a lower limit is indicated. Seat belts for front seat passengers are compulsory and children under five must not sit in the front passenger seat.
In the summer the resort attracts mainly two types of people; young singles usually under 25 years old who are attracted by the Ayia Napa’s reputation of nightlife and party center.
They are coming to experience the Napa lifestyle and usually they have their best time ever.
Most of the beaches have life guard on duty from until and almost all of them have water sports on site.
Ayia Napa is located about 50 kilometers away from Larnaca international airport.
Ayia Napa is located on the coast of south eastern Cyprus, south of Famagusta town near Cape Greco.
The first people are coming to live here around 1790 from Thessaloniki, Greece.
Being in charge of a motor vehicle or pedal cycle with alcohol concentration above the prescribed limit is an offence. Telephones: The standard of telecommunications is Cyprus is very high, similar to that of any western European country.
Card or coin operated telephones can be found in the major streets and most of the Ayia Napa hotels.
Among them the most famous beaches are Nissi Beach and Limanaki Beach another one beach which is more quiet is Macronissos Beach.
All of the beaches are covered with soft golden sand, the sea water is turquoise and clean, there is sunbeds, umbrellas, showers and wc.
Because of the absence of public transport to the resort, the most easiest way to get to your accommodation is by booking a taxi or rent-a-car at the airport.