Most popular Villas in Ayia Napa
Highlights in Ayia Napa
- Delicious Mediterranean flavours
- Beautiful villas by the sea
- Deep knowledge of the sea
- Fantastic boat trips
- Great fun and spectacular nightlife
Most popular amenities for Villas in Ayia Napa
Villas in Ayia Napa
In Agia Thekla or in Cape Greco you can find your dream holiday villa, with all the amenities, modern interiors and secluded properties close to the seafront or in elevated positions where you can also enjoy breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. Most villas are close to the sea or just a few steps away from it.Comfortable and spacious villas overlooking the Aegean Sea
Look for the most incredible villas with private overflow pools and large gardens with accommodation for groups or families of 6 people. Smaller villas are also available, offering the same amenities. Choose the floor plan adapted to your needs including open plan kitchens and state of the art interiors with stylish furniture and exquisite deco. Enjoy your privacy in the spacious garden and outdoor areas to enjoy day and night: outdoor showers, BBQ area and dining spots under a gazebo or a stone patio.
Travellers and activities
Ayia Napa might be the most well known town in Cyprus. Its main the allure of its enticing beaches and the joy of the vibrant nightlife draws in families, newly-weds and clubbers alike. Blue Flag awarded beaches, crystal clear waters and an idyllic landscape makes of Ayia Napa, one of the most wanted holiday destinations for those looking for sea, sun and fun days during the holidays. Go to the dreamy coves and fine white sand stretches of the east side of the island such as Konnos Bay, a piece of heaven on earth with an inland greenery backdrop with prominent rocky peaks. Fig Tree Bay, Ayia Thekla and Nissi Beach are gorgeous beaches to spend the day at. And don’t miss the chance of a dip in the picture-perfect beach of Kalamies with its characteristic chapel.Ayia Napa for art lovers
Just outside Ayia Napa, in Protaras, you can enjoy the open air museum known as Ayia Napa Sculpture Park. This spectacular group of statues were made on site by 50 artists who came together in 2015 for the annual Sculpture Symposium. For over three weeks, the artist worked on their creations but it does not end here… The collection keeps growing little by little. Art lovers can spend time admiring the sculptures with incomparable panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea. This really is a must for those art lovers out there! Stroll around the adjacent Park of Mediterranean Pants, Cacti and Succulents and enjoy the creativity blended into a unique landscape. This really is a must for those art lovers out there! So, go and enjoy the impressive outdoors art exhibition.
Many years ago, Ayia Napa was just a thick forest. “Napa” was the ancient Greek word for “wooded valley” and it was only visited by neighbouring hunters.
Top 7 travel tips in Ayia Napa
Cape Greco is a must see when in Ayia Napa. These incredible rock formations were shaped by the crashing waves on the rugged cliffs over centuries. Some of the caves can be accessed on foot but a great way to explore them is snorkelling. A great spot for taking great pictures, especially newly-weds love this spot to create their first memories as Mr. & Mrs. The adventurous one will go for cliff jumping at the perfect spot well known for this practice. Be careful! After exploring the caves, wait for the sun to set and catch a glimpse of the last rays of sun in the horizon.2. Keep your adrenaline pumping
The alluring waters of the island do attract sunbathers and families to enjoy days out at the beach. But its waters offer much more than just relax. Along the coast, you will find all kinds of water sports on offer- parachutes, fun banana rides and fly fishing. Both adults and children can enjoy activities adapted to their age. Adrenaline junkies will enjoy the fly fishing and stand up paddling board, which are just offered in a few places such as Konnos Bay. Ayia Napa is also considered a perfect spot for beginner scuba divers who want to give it a go in the calm waters of the island.3. Visit the ancient monastery
It is nice to know a bit more of the roots of the people and the history of the place we spend our holidays in. Rest for a bit and take a break from the buzzing vibes and head to the monastery, a religious landmark of great importance as it is home to the Virgin Mary of Napa, hidden in one of the caves of the monastery. Its shape it is that of a castle with a stunning architecture and a unique sycamore tree that is more than 600 years old. The museum of the monastery contains more information to get a better understanding of its past.4. Taste the Mediterranean flavours of the island
No holidays are complete without a good recipe from the local cuisine of the island.The island is dotted with local fish taverns along the coast and also in the inner town, so there goes without saying that tasting the fresh fish is a must. Indulge your senses with a meze, a small portion of a dish served with ouzo or raki. Taste the most colourful mezes including salads, dips, fresh fish and varied local seafood recipes. The best fish to have and worth tasting are whitebait, white mullet, sea bass, sea bream, delicious grilled octopus and baby squid.5. Admire the views of the coastline
Touring the island by car, on foot or by bike are some of the possibilities to explore the island. Nevertheless, we recommend a boat trip to have a different perspective of the island and its marvellous coastline. Book a boat tour and enjoy a day sailing around the island making a few stops along the way and enjoying snacks and drinks with or without lively music playing depending on the tour.6. It’s party time now!
Known for its clubs, youngsters and adults alike enjoy the buzzing night scene of the island at the best nightclubs. The whole island offers great fun and even locals join it. Great Djs entertain their fans and light up the night. Mingle around, enjoy the music and dance to the beat at Soho Club or The Castle Club. If you prefer some quieter entertainment, there are some quieter spots around the main square and along Nissi Avenue, where to still enjoy a few drinks and some music playing in the background. Let your hair down!7. Get a deeper knowledge of the sea
The Thalassa Museum is the right spot for marine and culture lovers where they can see the significance and the impact of the sea on Ayia Napa. “Thalassa” is the Greek word meaning “sea”. Located in the centre of town, its doors opened back in 2005 and ever since has tried to bring the main essence of the sea to locals and visitors alike. Discover the exhibitions on the three floors and marvel at the pygmy hippo skeleton or the life-size replica of the ship that sank off the coast of Keryneia or the dangling pieces hanging from the ceiling.