Nissi Park Hotel

The Nissi Park Hotel is a relaxing base for a holiday in the sunshine. It’s designed in the style of old Cypriot monasteries, and some of the rooms look onto the central courtyard, with its pool and bar.

There’s plenty going on at this hotel to keep everyone entertained – from beach volleyball to live music nights. You can also take your pick from any of the entertainment options at the sister hotel, too.

A charming, open-air dining room serves up buffet meals in a leafy setting. It’s also coupled with a bar that delivers cocktails straight to your sunlounger.

Overview of Nissi Beach

Nissi Beach is located in one of Cyprus’s most active and exciting regions. It’s a luxurious resort where you’ll never be lost for fun. When you take a holiday to the Larnaca region of Cyprus, you can expect sun, sea, sand and relaxation.

Nissi Beach has become more and more popular with British holidaymakers over the past few years. As one of the more downtempo areas in the region, it’s a real beachfront retreat. But, when you stay at the Nissi Park Hotel, you’re also close to Ayia Napa, so you can enjoy the best of both resorts.

Things to do in Nissi Beach

The Nissi Park Hotel is under 10 minutes away from one of the best beaches in Cyprus: Nissi Beach. This stretch of coastline really has it all: sweeping white sands, beach bars and a water-sports centre.

Just like the rest of Cyprus, there’s plenty of history to uncover in Nissi Beach, and recent evidence shows humans have inhabited the resort for more than 12,000 years.

If you’re after some lively evening entertainment, the resort hosts everything from Cypriot dance shows to cabaret acts. If you’re looking for something even wilder, then the centre of Ayia Napa is only a 10-minute bus ride away.

In Nissi Beach, you’ll have the option to enjoy sun-soaked days on the beach and wild nights out in equal measure.


Resort Summary

British holidaymakers are becoming more and more keen to see the action on offer at Nissi Beach, where sunny shores meet intense nightlife. Nissi Beach is one of the more down-tempo areas close to Ayia Napa though, so if you’re after the wildest nights out the island can offer, but with a slice of laid-back beachfront to beat a retreat to when it’s over, this is definitely the place for you.

This isn’t just a Blue Flag beach like the others across Cyprus – Nissi Beach is so stunning that it’s rated as one of the top beaches in the world, and you’ll know why as soon as you step out onto that perfect creamy-white sand and look at that shimmering blue sea. Sunshine hits Nissi Beach almost every day of the year, while the resort village’s namesake – ‘Nissi’ means ‘little island’ – is a cute little isle off the coast that you can wade to in summer.