Anthea Apartments

Found in the epicentre of Ayia Napa and just five minutes from the beach, the Anthea Apartments complex is ideal for anyone who wants to be close to the action. Pretty whitewashed apartments overlook three swimming pools complete with bars, as well as an onsite restaurant. The studio and one-bedroom apartments are the perfect bases for experiencing all that the region and wider island have to offer. You have the option to choose a room with a balcony for a little extra space and the chance to occasionally enjoy the chimes of the neighbouring monastery bells over your morning coffee.

Overview of Ayia Napa

Holidays to Cyprus can be fantastically diverse thanks to its reputation for being an island of two definite halves, with Ayia Napa considered to be the livelier part. While there are plenty of opportunities to party into the early hours, there’s more to this region than just nightlife. Fantastic beaches, plenty of water sports, a waterpark and even adrenaline junkie thrills such as bungee jumping. You might come for the parties but you’ll stay for the clean beaches, scuba diving opportunities and fantastic weather.

Things to do in Ayia Napa

Partying is big in Ayia Napa and with the clubs and bars being so close to the Anthea Apartments, you’ll definitely want to check them out. World-famous DJ’s are a regular addition to the nightlife roster here but there are also some low-key bars to go to if you don’t want to be up all night. During the day, Ayia Napa is all about the beach life with 14 incredible stretches of sand to enjoy, each of which has been awarded Blue Flag status. Diving and snorkelling are recommended here, and there’s a waterpark too, for younger water fanatics.

Resort Summary

Nightlife is undoubtedly the principal reason most people head off on Ayia Napa holidays, where activity centres on the main square. Though smaller than you might expect, the square is jam-packed with bars and clubs jostling for business, sometimes offering great promotional deals in the process. If you’re looking for an alcohol-fuelled and hangover-punctuated holiday, you’ve come to the right place.

Having said that, there’s plenty to see and do in Ayia Napa during the day. For starters, the eight-kilometre coast around these parts is home to 14 splendid beaches, each and every one of them accredited with Blue Flag status. You can hire watersport equipment at most of them. Under the water, there’s a coral reef, and scuba-diving possibilities are second to none.

Staying on dry land – but still getting wet – adrenaline junkies can head to WaterWorld Themed Waterpark, an award-winning amusement park that’s one of the biggest of its kind in Europe. Alternatively, there are bungee-jumping opportunities and plenty of inland tours to keep your days action-packed until the sun goes down and the volume comes up.