TUI BLUE Atlantica Aeneas Resort

Close to the beach and offering extensive facilities, including six pools and a spa, the Family Life Atlantica Aeneas will give you plenty to smile about. Set in extensive landscaped gardens, this expansive hotel is packed with dining and entertainment. There six bars to enjoy, including the swim-up Papagaio, as well as choice of buffet and speciality restaurants. In the evenings, you can enjoy family friendly entertainment -think mini-discos, children’s interactive shows and professional performances. And the BabyClub creche is open six days a week. If you want to get active, make the most of the tennis courts, beach watersports and bike hire.

Overview of Cyprus

With a mix of laid-back and up-tempo resorts, Cyprus is a destination brimming with holiday potential. From great beaches to historic sights, holidays to Cyprus can be whatever you want them to be. Larnaca, particularly, is a popular choice with the golden sands providing ample opportunity for relaxation,and a host of watersports thrown in for good measure. Resorts such as Nissi Beach, home to the TUI BLUE Atlantica Aeneas Resort, are great for families. And for legendary nightlife, head to the party central, Ayia Napa. Whatever type of break you’re after, Cyprus is certainly one to add to your holiday wish list.

Things to do in Nissi Beach

If you want to explore beyond the TUI BLUE Atlantica Aeneas Resort, take a leisurely stroll to the world-class beach, just minutes away. There, you’ll find a lively beach scene and plenty of watersports. Behind the beach are some attractive gardens and authentic tavernas serving up the freshest of seafood dishes and Greek favourites. Then, for a spot of shopping, head to the supermarkets and souvenir shops on Nissi Avenue. Maybe take a day trip to nearby WaterWorld waterpark, which is packed with slides, flumes and toddler-friendly splash pools. Nissi Beach in Cyprus is ideal for a relaxing break with lively Ayia Napa just a short drive away if you want a party fix.

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.