Mimosa Beach Hotel

Well-placed for shops, restaurants and the warm waters of the Mediterranean, the Mimosa Beach Hotel overlooks the popular bay of Mimosa Beach. At the hotel, you’ll find a large swimming pool and a smaller splash pool for the little ones. There’s even a pool bar for drinks and snacks without interrupting the fun. Evening meals are served in buffet form, with a Cypriot evening held once a week, offering a true taste of the culture. In the evening, there’s entertainment for the whole family, including music, singing, dancing and a showcase of traditional songs. If you’re looking for sports and activities, then you can take scuba diving lessons or enjoy a leisurely game of bowls.

Overview of Cyprus

Cyprus is an island filled with historic ruins, breath-taking landscapes and charming curiosities. In fact, holidays to Cyprus cater for every possible taste. Ayia Napa in the south are perfect for people looking for an fun-filled, alcohol-soaked getaway. However, the eastern region, where you’ll find the Mimosa Beach Hotel, is home to family-friendly hotels, sleepy beach resorts and island hamlets. Cyprus is an island of rich natural beauty, and the locals will welcome you with open arms. It is also home to 59 Blue Flag beaches, making the island a beautiful and idyllic getaway. With a mix of enchanting ruins, it’s no wonder that this is also known as the birthplace of the Greek goddess of love.

Things to do in Cyprus

The hotel is a 30-minute walk away from the town centre of Protaras, and you’ll find plenty of shops, bars and restaurants on the way. In the summer, there a bus service runs every 30 minutes. The Mimosa Beach Hotel strikes the perfect balance between a tranquil retreat and somewhere that’s close to all the action. Further afield, on the beach of Protaras, you’ll find pedalos and jet-ski hire available, allowing you to explore the string of bays and sheltered coves you’ll find there. Although it’s more laid-back than Ayia Napa, evenings in Protaras are still vibrant, and the main street is lined with bars and clubs that provide entertainment for everyone.

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.