Nissi beach has definitely much to offer to the visitor. And it is appreciated by both the young party crowd and the visitors that seek something more quiet in Agia Napa. The right side of the beach is preferred by the party seekers while the left part has less noisy bars and is better for […]
At Nissi Bay you can visit, except of the famous Nissi beach, the Macronissos beach, the Landa beach and the Sandy bay. Many tour operators today offer vacation packages for Nissi Bay separated from Ayia Napa. Due to the reputation of crazy parties of Ayia Napa, operators market the Bay as a separate resort for […]
Nissi beach have facilities for many sport activities for all tastes. Jet ski, sea bikes, banana boat, diving, parachute, boat trips, kayak and many more.
Nissi beach, maybe the most photographed beach in Cyprus, never stops to amaze. From every angle, from any point of you, what fills your eye sight and your camera's sensor, is like it came out from a dream
Nissi beach is just 45 kilometers away from Larnaca's International Airport and you can swim in its turquoise waters in less than an hour after landing on Cyprus.
The name of Agia Napa originated from a Venetian monastery of the same name. 'Agia' in Greek means holly while the word 'Napa' is archaic and refers to a wooden valley or a forest. The area used to be surrounded with a very thick forest in ancient times.
The beaches around Agia Napa have been very often in the top 25 of the TripAdvisor's list of the best beaches in the world. Currently (9/2017) Nissi Beach is listed as the 8th of 86 activities that a visitor of Agia Napa should have.
Agia Napa became so popular among young tourists and this led the small city to turned into a huge nightclub. Mostly during August the clubs, pubs and bars of the city are crowded with youngsters and stay open until the morning. Some of the drunk tourist continue partying on the close up beaches where other […]
In 2002, the producers of BBC radio 1 wrote on their website: "This is not all party party party […] This is where Ayia Napa comes into its own. Nissi beach is excellent, though don't expect to see a grain of sand during daytime – it's packed with bodies bathing in the sun. […] It's […]
Agia Napa, the largest resort of Cyprus, have a capacity of 27.000 beds in more than 150 hotels and apartments. Only for 2017, the city welcomed 700.000 tourists with more than 5 millions nights stays. This is almost 30% of all Cyprus night stays across the island.