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$528 / stay
$35 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Being a small tourist area with so much variety, it makes for the ideal holiday for couples and families. Protaras is known as the land of windmills, going back to the days when this was a farming area. Now it offers an amazing tourist area in a horseshoe shape, with over 300 establishments ranging from pubs, bars, cafes, jewelry shops and restaurants to taverns and much more.
However, it is most famous for its beaches, which stretch over 10 miles. Along the way you may be tempted to try the wide range of water sports on offer. It’s the perfect location for Scuba diving; whether you want something beautiful like sunfish reef or something a bit more historic like the WW1 shipwreck, there are many secluded lagoons to explore.
One of the cheapest ways to get around is on the local bus.
There are several routes but the most popular and frequent service is the 101/102 route which goes from Waterworld Waterpark at the western edge of Ayia Napa, along Nissi Avenue into the centre of town and from there on to Cape Greco, Protaras, Pernera and ending at Paralimni village.
This service runs up to every 20 minutes from 7.00am until 23.00 at night. Tickets cost €1.50 for a single during the day and €2.50 at night. A day pass costs €5, a weekly pass costs €20 and monthly tickets are available for €40. Children under 6 years old travel free.
How to get there
Airport: Larnca International Airport: 66.0 km
Full driving directions are provided a few days before arrival.