With a stay at the Callisto, you’ll benefit from an on-the-beach location, a lively pool scene and easy access to Ayia Napa.

Highlights include the evening entertainment and the huge swimming pool. Whether you’re looking to complete a few lengths or float around in the sunshine, you’ll find plenty of space. At the shallow end, you’ll even discover some animal-shaped slides where the kids can paddle and have fun.

Dining options include an international buffet and a laid-back restaurant by the pool. During the day, you’ll even find two places that serve snacks, so tummies will never rumble.

Overview of Ayia Napa

When you head on a holiday to the Larnaca region of Cyprus, you’ll be in the party hotspot of Ayia Napa. Nights out don’t get any bigger than in Ayia Napa, where late-closing bars and world-famous nightclubs have put its party scene on the map.

Away from the bright lights of the strip, there’s plenty to keep families entertained. In Ayia Napa, you’ll also discover Blue Flag beaches, clear skies and tranquil waters. The area surrounding this popular resort has 14 beaches, and all of them have Blue Flag status because of their facilities and cleanliness.

Things to do in Ayia Napa

The Callisto is only 1.5 kilometres from the centre of Ayia Napa. This means you’re close enough to be within a comfortable walking distance, but just far enough away to not be disturbed in the early hours.

If you’re travelling with children who love action and adventure, then you’ll find a water park only a five-minute stroll away. At the Electra Holiday Village, it has slides galore, including a multi-lane number that’s perfect for family races.

In the evening, Ayia Napa really comes alive. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing meal or the chance to party until the sun comes up, you’ll find it in the resort centre. From family-friendly restaurants and bars to super clubs and world-class DJs, you’ll find it all here.

When you stay at the Callisto, you’ll enjoy action-packed days and wild nights. With more than 300 days of sunshine, Ayia Napa serves up family-friendly fun all year.

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.