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Capo Bay/Protaras help

dewsbury
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Capo Bay/Protaras help

Few questions if people could answer please, we arrive on june 5th at capo bay hotel

What is the current exchange rate in protaras?

Can you use atm machines? (based on the recent problems in the country)

What is kids activities like in capo bay hotel and is there any mini disco or kids entertainment on a night? my son is 3

What are the best excursions to do (based on we have a 3 year old) ????

Can we hire a push chair anywhere?

How much is a pint of local lager at the moment roughly?

How long does the local bus take to ayia napa? Taxi how much?

Eaing out expensive, we are bed and breakfast???

Falkirk, United...
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1. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

Cannot comment on the hotel but will try answer some of the others.

Yes you can use ATM with no problem...pint of lager between €2-3 ....approx 25 mins to Ayia napa by bus will cost € 1 single fare....taxi approx €15-18 ...eating out is as cheap or as dear as you want it to be...can get 3 course set menu from € 10-15

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2. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

Should have added that lots of restaurants have kiddie play areas and are very child friendly

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Agree with above. Been taking my daughter to Protaras since she was 6months old, & she's now 7. Mini fair by Porkys with bouncy castle, kids rides etc. Also if you walk up past Mcdonalds, turn right past Sphinx bar, mini fair just 2 mins up road on right. Restaurants with kids play areas aswell. If you drink in the hotel its Very expensive compared to bars in resort! We get the bus into Napa, cheap & run regularly. Euro about 114 at minute & take your own push chair- you wont hire one. Loads of nice restaurants, you dont want to be half board in Protaras ! Enjoy.

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4. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

Hollihire in protaras you can hire all kinds of stuff a pushchair is 20 euros for a week with20 deposit the do car seats hire chairs and all sort its run by a british couple its open 10 till 1 or something like that x

dewsbury
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5. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

Brilliant thank you helped me a lot

If anyone can recommend good excursions also

Where is the water park?

Also kids evening entertainment in capo bay does it exist?

Falkirk, United...
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6. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

There is a small waterpark attached to the Anastasia hotel in Pernera which I think is approx €15 but there is a large one jay the far end of Ayia napa...cost € 1 on bus...bus also terminates at waterpark so easy to get to and a great day out.

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7. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

If you go to Waterworld in Ayia Napa try and pick some discount vouchers up from your hotel, taxi drivers, it's an expensive day for a family, €20 for children under 12 & €35 for adults and 13+, so every little bit helps. There's reviews for Waterworld on here tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g262055-… there's also a link to their website where there are discount vouchers but they tend not to be as good as what you'll get from hotel or taxis

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dewsbury
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8. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

Do you reckon 700 euros will be enough for 2 adults and 1 3 year old for a week, we are bed and breakfast and rest of time will be eating and drinking outside the hotel and using supermarket for bits

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9. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

Could be tight as only €100 a day, which is fine for food & drink but I think you'd have to factor in extra if you end up doing a waterpark trip or similar

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10. Re: Capo Bay/Protaras help

We,as a couple,usually spend around £1400-1500 in a fortnight.Last year we were B&B and spent around £1300.00 which included car hire for three days,wife spending £100.00 or so on pressies and fake designer gear in Nicosia.

We ate out every day for lunch and dinner and enjoy a few,sometimes more lol!,drinks every night.

Personally I wouldn't take a three year old to the water park as it is more geared towards teenagers and adults

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