: Larnaca International
: Pig & Whistle
: Tony's Tavern with childrens play area
Famagusta has become the islands most popular location because of its crystal clear coastline. Built up of many villages, the town of Paralimni and the major resorts of Protaras and Agia Napa. There are many golden sandy beaches large and small stretching over ten miles with shallow waters and no shortage of water sports. The weather in Famagusta is generally pure sunshine and virtually cloudless throughout the summer months. Cyprus is full of historic and cultural sites including the two beautiful churches in the town of Paralimni which attract visitors from all over the world. Paralimni also offers a mixture of traditional and modern shopping along with a variety of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. The beautiful Cape Greko's National Park, an area of national beauty is well worth a visit and famous for its cliff diving. The area offers many sight seeing trips including boat trips to the North (a different Cyprus) or a trip to Troodos Mountains is a popular day out. Protaras has become the most popular resort catering for families. Famous for its golden sandy beaches (the most famous being Figtree Bay) stretching for approx 5km of the Famagusta shoreline. With velvet sand and sparkling turquoise waters starting from the beautiful Konnos Bay through to the small coved sandy bays in the restful resort of Kapparis. All beaches offer water sports which can be enjoyed by all age groups including parasailing, paragliding, Scuba diving, snorkelling, kite-surfing, Jet Ski, wind surfing and a wide range of boat rides are just a few to mention. It’s a known fact that Cyprus currently has over 50 beaches that have been awarded the blue flag status. The main street (known as the strip) that runs through Protaras has an abundance of activities and entertainment suitable for the young and old. Ranging from bungee trampolines and mini golf for the children, dancing water show for all ages and the array of bars offer nightly entertainment for the adults. Children are welcome in most bars. The many shops to browse in include your local supermarket for every day needs, pharmacies, shoes, clothes gifts and jewellers. You will find plenty of options for dining out offering menu’s such as Mexican, French, Tai, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, English and traditional Greek dishes and many more. The restaurants are family friendly whether you are wanting a snack from the bar or a la carte meal in a more sophisticated style of dining. Protaras offers something for everyone, a perfect holiday retreat with a wonderful climate.
Kapparis is a restful small resort, a suburb of Protaras orientated at families offering a safe environment for children. Explore the coastal path and you will discover a few secluded sandy coves and places of natural beauty including the breathtaking crystal clear waters of the Med. The wide variety of bars and restaurants all welcome children and most have nightly entertainment. Most restaurants also offer a delivery service. Kapparis is growing in popularity every year and is ideally located should you wish to take a trip over the Northern side of Cyprus. The bustling resort of Protaras is a short drive away and further along you will come to the famous Ayia Napa. Car rental is recommend to explore and fully appreciate the East Coast of Cyprus.