AGIA NAPA & PROTARAS STATION
Located at 44 Nissi Avenue, Tequila Court Road, Agia Napa.
TEL: +357 23724388
FAX: +357 23832244
Emergency: +357 99336475
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 13:00 & 16:00 - 19:00 Saturday - Sunday: 08:00 - 13:00
About Agia Napa
A paradise for water lovers, Agia Napa has the most amazing, golden beaches in Cyprus - in fact, it has some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean! Originally a small fishing village, Agia Napa is now a major tourist center. Possibly more famous for its nightlife, the town is determined to maintain its popularity as a sun-worshipping haven during the day: this resort is built for fun in the sun! Once you've experienced the beauty of Agia Napa beach, Macronissos beach or Nissi beach, you'll never want to leave!
But if lying in the sun isn't your cup of tea, there are also interesting places to visit. The medieval monastery in the middle of the village, dedicated to our Lady Of The Forests, has a 16th-century church partially cut into the rock. The hostel, west of the church, belongs to the World Council Of Churches, and an ancient sycamore tree in front of the south gate is believed to be over 600 years old.
So, if it's fun you are looking for, day or night, Agia Napa is the place to be!
Protaras has clear sky-blue waters and sandy beaches, the most well-known of which is Fig Tree Bay. Building on the success of Ayia Napa, located about 10 km (6 mi) southwest, it has expanded into a modern holiday resort of considerable size with tens of high capacity hotels, hotel apartments, villas, restaurants, pubs and associated facilities.
Being quieter than Ayia Napa and having less of a club scene, it has a reputation for catering more for family and Cypriot tourism. Cape Greco is a 10-minute drive from the center of Protaras and is considered one of the most beautiful places on the island.