Ayia Napa (Agia Nápa) is located on the far south-east of the island of Cyprus and is the major tourist resort for the young (for the British, think Blackpool). The resort has 12 clubs and over 80 bars with some staying open until 7 am.
Must see sights/attractions include: WaterWorld Themed waterpark, Ayia Napa Monastery, the Sculpture Park, the harbour and the sandy Pantachou Beach to name but a few.
Did You Know
The name Ayia Napa is derived from Ayia (holy) and napa (wooded valley).
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