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Please note that our property is in a building with many residential occupants and noise levels in the apartment are to be kept to a minimum with no parties.
The apartment is...
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
4:00 PM check-in
11:00 AM check-out
1 Full bath
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
£45 / stay
£9 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Located in the Ammochostos (Famagusta) district, the once-sleepy fishing village of Agia Napa is famous for its stunning coasts, as well as for its ranking as a top nightlife destination, known worldwide.
Home to some of the best beaches on the island, its strips vary from bustling to secluded, whilst the area also encompasses the Natural Forest Park of Cape Gkreko, which is especially beautiful with its coves, caves, rare flora and fauna and breathtaking views.
The heart of the village is its square where the Medieval monastery stands and is a tranquil landmark during the day, whilst in the evening the area is vibrant and energised when the bars and clubs come to life.
One of the cheapest ways to get around Ayia Napa is on the local bus.
There are several routes which pass through Ayia Napa but the most popular and frequent service is the 101/102 route which goes from Waterworld Waterpark at the western edge of Ayia Napa, along Nissi Avenue into the centre of town and from there on to Cape Greco, Protaras, Pernera and ending at Paralimni village.
This service runs up to every 20 minutes from 7.00am until 23.00 at night. Tickets cost €1.50 for a single during the day and €2.50 at night. A day pass costs €5, a weekly pass costs €20 and monthly tickets are available for €40. Children under 6 years old travel free.
There is also an Ayia Napa circle route (201) which operates in the summer months.
Car not needed
How to get there
Airport: Larnaca International Airport: 56.0 km
Full driving directions are provided a few days before arrival.