The King Jason Protaras

A taste of luxury is first enjoyed upon arrival at The King Jason Protaras with a welcoming glass of bubbly. The hotel offers beautifully appointed rooms in cool, contemporary tones, while the central pool area is at the heart of the complex, with an inviting terrace and bar offering panoramic sea views. Snacks are available from an a la carte menu and main meals are served buffet-style in the Piatakia Restaurant. An onsite gym and spa are also available as added luxuries.

Overview of Protaras

The sun-splashed island of Cyprus is a Mediterranean magnet for sun and fun-seekers alike. This holiday icon has tourists flocking to Protaras on the east side of the island for its glorious beaches lined with fine flaxen sands and sparkling azure waters. This friendly, tranquil resort covers 5 kilometres of the golden Famagusta Coastline. Set in Fig Tree Bay, the four-star King Jason Protaras is the ideal spot to enjoy a beach holiday with lively dining and entertainment.

Things to do in Protaras

Just a few minutes’ walk from the popular Protaras strip, The King Jason Protaras is close to some fabulous beaches, shops and a wide variety of restaurants. There are several Blue Flag beaches in Protaras, but the main attraction is Fig Tree Bay, characterised by shallow green-blue waters that are perfect for children and water sports. A trip to the Protaras Ocean Aquarium will give you a fascinating insight into more than 1000 animal species, and if you are a nature-lover, the Cape Greco National Park offers excellent hiking and cycling trails. If you take a boat trip along the shoreline from Cape Greco National Park to Ayia Napa, you can explore a myriad of sea caves, renowned for their crystalline waters. For the more adventurous, there’s even cliff jumping. Long walks on the promenade, watching the sun set and relaxing on pristine beaches top the bill in Protaras. When you book your holidays to Cyprus, these golden moments are all yours for the making.

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.