Where the fairest beaches in the Mediterranean await. Cooling trade winds and warm hospitality ensure the perfect holiday.
An eclectic mix of Mediterranean beauty, history and charm combine to enchant each of the senses.
The Ayia Napa coastline is considered the finest with regard to beaches in Cyprus . Extensive golden, sandy beaches cover the area, which attracts the majority of tourists. The average sea temperatures © in Ayia Napa throughout the year are as follows:
JANUARY 17 Degrees
FEBRUARY 17 Degrees
MARCH 18 Degrees
APRIL 19 Degrees,
MAY 21 Degrees
JUNE 24 Degrees
JULY 26 Degrees
AUGUST 27 Degrees
SEPTEMBER 26 Degrees
OCTOBER 25 Degrees
NOVEMBER 21 Degrees
DECEMBER 19 Degrees
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation supervises the beaches and is responsible for protecting the interests of all tourists. All beaches in Agia Napa have been awarded with the Blue flag for their level of cleanliness and the brilliant facilities offered in line with the uniform. Further more, Ayia Napa has now been awarded (link) as the Top Beach resort in Europe for 2011 and No. 19 in the World.
A cluster of bays forms Makronissos beach. The three bays stretch out in different directions, one to the west, the second to the south west where as the third one stretches in a south easterly direction resulting in well sheltered beach area.
A 300 meters long beach is found in the middle of Makronissos beach and Nissi Beach – only 500 meters away from each beach.
Only three kilometres west of Agia Napa. These closely connected twin beaches attract thousands of tourists every year. Nissi, which is Greek means “ Small Island ”, gives a new dimension to the beauty of the landscape.