What to See and Do
Go On a Little Adventure…
Of course, you can’t party all the time, so if you do fancy giving your organs a break you might wish to explore some of the less hedonistic things that Ayia Napa has to offer.
The area rarely sleeps and there are many things happening during the daytime as well as through the night. Some of the most popular non-drinking activities include WaterWorld – the wettest day of your holiday, karting, bungee jumping and boat trips.
You can have all the fun at the fair at Parko Paliasto and have the freight of your life in the Paranoia Maze. You can even head to gyms and dance classes if you fancy partaking in some healthy activities to offset the effects of the exuberance.
There are various shopping opportunities available, with high-end fashion boutiques being on offer as well as the usual souvenir shops. History fans might want to explore the ancient aquaduct, churches, museum and the old monastery, or even the sea caves, and cyclists should find the various scenic paths on offer to be a big draw.
Even if all night partying is not your thing, you might be surprised to see just how well Ayia Napa can cater for your tastes.