Tsokkos Beach Hotel

The huge pool is the centrepiece of the Tsokkos Beach Hotel. It’s speckled by islands with palm trees and is surrounded by freshly-cut lawns. Kids have their own place to splash and there’s also a nearby bar that serves drinks and small plates.

The hotel’s relaxing but you have plenty of entertainment options. If you feel competitive, you can head out to the court to play tennis. For something more relaxing, there’s a TV lounge.

The restaurant offers self-serve feasts three times a day. After dinner, bingo, karaoke, live music and quizzes keep guests entertained until bedtime.

Overview of Protaras

You’ll find Protaras on the southern tip of Cyprus. It’s incredibly popular with families and friends heading on a holiday to the Larnaca region of Cyprus because it provides plenty for divers, foodies and culture seekers alike.

The stretches of coastline here are the reason why the resort was first built. Fig Tree Bay is the most popular stretch of sand in Cyprus, offering family-friendly fun and plenty of water sports. For something quieter, Sirena Bay is secretive and allows you to get away from it all. Both are close to the Tsokkos Beach Hotel and whichever you choose, you’ll find perfectly clear skies, plenty of heat and calm seas.

Things to do in Protaras

The Tsokkos Beach Hotel couldn’t get much closer to the centre of Protaras if it tried. You’re only a two-minute walk away from the bar-and-restaurant lined main strip. This is a great place to stop for a drink if you want to continue onto the picturesque Fig Tree Bay.

On top of this, you’re only a couple of minutes away from a two-kilometre-long stretch of biscuit-coloured sand. Plus, in the evening, you’ll never struggle to find somewhere that serves traditional Cypriot or Greek food. If you look around, you’ll find a taste to suit every palate.

Protaras is a destination that offers something for everyone. Grandchildren and grandparents alike love it here and when you see the range of activities on offer, you won’t struggle to see why.


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.