Tasia Maris Sands Hotel

If you want to be close to a variety of attractions, but not slap bang in the centre of them, the Hotel Tasia Maris is a sure-fire winner. Within easy reach of both Nissi Beach and Ayia Napa, it offers the perfect base for exploration. There are also plenty of on-site features, including a large pool with swim-up bar, buffet restaurant, and the relaxed Nautilus lounge bar for evening drinks. Spend your days sunbathing, try aerobics in the pool or splash out on some indulgent treatments in the BLU Spa, with its whirlpool, sauna and indoor pool.

Overview of Cyprus, Larnaca Region

Cyprus, often referred to as the Island of Love, is a destination steeped in myth, history and legend. With over 60 Blue Flag beaches scattered across the island, a variety of resorts and a selection of UNESCO World Heritage sites to explore, a stay here offers much more than your average fly-and-flop destination. If you’re in search of relaxing days and hi-octane nights, flock to the Larnaca Region on Cyprus’ east coast. Ayia Napa is famous as a party resort and offers trendy bars, pubs and clubs for dance-til-dawn action. Just a few minutes’ drive up the road is Nissi Beach, where the Tasia Maris Sands is situated. Nissi Beach brimming with seaside charm and there’s a beach and water park for daytime fun.

Things to do in Nissi Beach

The Tasia Maris Sands Hotel is Just one kilometre from Nissi Beach and two kilometres from lively Ayia Napa, offering the opportunity for relaxing days as well as buzzing nights. Nissi Beach is all about relaxation, and its Blue Flag beach provides sumptuous soft sands on which to chill. Away from the beach, you’ll find low-key attractions such as pretty gardens, traditional tavernas and a selection of souvenir shops and supermarkets. Holidays to Cyprus offer a well-rounded holiday experience, with Larnaca region providing the extra allure of nightlife for those who want it.

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.