Loutsiana Apartments

Situated only a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Ayia Napa’s vibrant party scene, the Loutsiana Apartments offer peaceful and idyllic accommodation allowing you to spend your holiday relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. Take a stroll to the popular beaches of Makronissos and Nissi or visit some of Cyprus’ best water parks. The Loutsiana resort is perfect for a family getaway with its beautiful white washed buildings, luscious lawns and tropical pools, there’s only one place to stay when you visit Ayia Napa. Enjoy traditional cuisine and a range of sporting and evening entertainment while on holiday in Cyprus.

Overview of Ayia Napa

The town of Ayia Napa is located on the eastern corner of Cyprus and has become a popular tourist destination for families and party-goers looking to soak up the sunshine and have a good time. Translating roughly to the Holy Wooded Valley in reference to its ancient forested past, the sunny enclave in the Mediterranean is renowned for its blue lagoons, excellent hospitality and wonderful hotels. The Loutsiana Apartments complex is just one of the reasons why a holiday to Cyprus creates those summertime memories that will last you a lifetime.

Things to do in Ayia Napa

While holidaying in Ayia Napa, activities ranges from peaceful walks on Nissi Beach to vibrant and exotic evenings spent among the energetic nightlife of Ayia Napa’s club scene. The Loutsiana Apartments are close to some of Cyprus’ best water parks, providing the perfect day out before you venture into the heart of the resort and dine at some of the island’s best restaurants. If you’re looking for something to do during the day, visit the Enchanted Lagoon or embark on ocean safaris to witness dolphins swimming in the boat’s wake. Whatever your intentions while in Ayia Napa, we’re sure a holiday in Cyprus will create life-long memories.


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.