Louis St Elias Resort

With its chic, contemporary style, the Louis St Elias Resort is a great place to spend your time in Cyprus. It’s been recently refurbished, and the gorgeous hillside location affords breathtaking views over Protaras Bay. There are three great pools, one of which has three waterslides, a lovely restaurant, one bar by the pool and another offering evening entertainment. It’s only a 15-minute walk to the beach but there’s a shuttle bus stop outside the hotel too. Stroll five minutes to the nearby shops and bars.

Overview of Protaras

There are six beautiful stretches of beach along this southeastern coast, making Protaras one of the most inviting places to spend your holiday to Cyprus. Near to these sandy wonders, you’ll find lots of great bars and eateries, many of which are nice and close to the Louis St Elias Resort. The location is also ideal for exploring the marine life. The snorkelling around here is top-notch and the idyllic waters are perfect for swimming. For evening entertainment, Ayia Napa’s legendary bars and clubs are just 10 minutes away.

Things to do in Protaras

There are a number of perfect beaches to enjoy around here with Fig Tree Bay the place to go for water sports. Enjoy a picturesque hike from the Church of Profitis to Konnos Beach or take a boat trip to Cape Greco to get involved in some epic snorkelling. If you like a bit of shopping, Ayia Napa has all the designer shops. The main hotel road has loads of great bars to explore, and every June there’s the Festival of Kataklysmos where there’s a packed line-up of dancing, swimming, boat races and singing. All in all, if you choose a stay at the splendid Louis St Elias Resort, you’ll not only be treated to wonderful views, you’ll also be ideally placed to hit the beaches and sample everything Protaras has to offer. What more could you ask for.

Resort Summary

Nostalgia and history are deeply woven into the fabric of Protaras, the Cypriot town said to be built on the site of an ancient battle with a descendant of Alexander the Great. Nowadays, it’s a sunny town of fun and relaxation, although close enough to areas like Larnaca and Ayia Napa that you’ll never be at a loss for something to do during your Cyprus holidays. The beaches are golden and the town is full of character.