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Travel Blogs from Ayia Napa
... security checks involved checking all the bags still on the plane in the overhead lockers belonged to passengers still on the plane, checking under seats and checking all the seat pockets.
I have never heard of Larnaca and discovered it is in Cyprus. Now there's a place I haven't been ...
... which is one of my favourite spots in Agia Napa.
A HEARTY WELCOME: The two brothers proved excellent hosts and when we arrived the welcome was hearty, exactly as I expected it to be. I wanted my friend to feel this genuine Cypriot hospitality.
The brothers have been running this business for the last 25 years so there is no doubt that they know the work well and they did not let us down.
THE OWNERS: A ...
... and it is found at the back of the church close to the natural grottos found there. It is the only belfry in Cyprus that stands alone, separate from the church.
This charming medieval monastery dedicated to ''Our Lady of the Forests''. Both the village and the monastery take their name from the ancient Greek word for wooded valley "Napa"– a reference to the morphology of the area in the past. ...
Unfortunately the majority of these businesses remain close until the beginning of May. It is still quite chilly to get to the beach, so I am here with a friend on just a day trip.
Protaras is less than 15 minutes ride from here.
Nicosia is 80km (45min) and Larnaca 39km (20min).
Price for adults €15.00 while for kids it is free. (There was a special discount when I was in Larnaca and the fee was at €10.00.
Children €10.00.No need to pre-book. Pay the driver on the bus.
Phone Number: +357 97 761 761