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Agia Napa Harbour

The Agia Napa Harbour has had a complete facelift renovation, making it one of the three key landmarks of Agia Napa which also includes the Monastery and Cape Greco. Colourful and typically picturesque the Harbour is currently building an open - air theatre, fountains and cobble stoned pathways with quaint cafes and restaurants that overlook the Mediterranean. Fishing boats and fishermen dot the landscape with a quiet, restful atmosphere that bathes the mind and the spirit.

Agia Napa Harbour is also the venue for celebration and festivity throughout the year, especially during Kataclysmos in June when folk music, performers, dancers and fireworks are the usual fare for tourists and locals alike. A time of fun and laughter for all, the harbour is a charming romantic background for these festivities. The Agia Napa Harbour is a great place to enjoy lunch or dinner and bask in the sun or moonlight.


The Agia Napa coastline is considered the finest with regard to beaches in Cyprus. Extensive golden, sandy beaches cover the area, which attracts the majority of tourists. All along the beaches of Agia Napa facilities for all sea sports are provided including water-skiing, windsurfing, sailing canoes, pedalos, motor boots, scooters, speedboats, parachutes, scuba diving and more. The Cyprus Tourism Organization supervises the beaches and is responsible for protecting the interests of all tourists. The average sea temperatures (C) in Agia Napa throughout the year are as follows:

Month Average Temperature
January 17°C
February 17°C
March 18°C
April 19°C
Month Average Temperature
May 21°C
June 24°C
July 26°C
August 27°C
Month Average Temperature
September 26°C
October 25°C
November 21°C
December 19°C

All beaches in Agia Napa have been awarded with the EU blue flag for their level of cleanliness and the brilliant facilities offered in line with the uniform standards set by the European Union.

Traveling from west to east one comes across the following beaches:

Agia Thekla

Situated six kilometers west of the centre Agia Napa is petite Agia Thekla, It has a small island within its grasp and is within walking distance from the main road taking you to Agia Napa. It has taken its name from a tiny old church in the area.

Makronisos Beach

A cluster of bays forms Makronisos beach. The three bays stretch out in different directions, one to the west, the second to the southwest whereas the third one stretches in a south easterly direction resulting in well sheltered beach areas.


A 300 meters long beach is found in the middle of Makronisos beach and Nissi Bay - only 500 meters away from each beach.

Nissi Beach - Nissi Bay

Only three kilometers west of Agia Napa. These closely connected twin beaches attract thousands of tourists every year. Nissi, which in Greek means "small island", gives a new dimension to the beauty of the landscape. It is well sheltered from the wind and facilitates all sea sports.

Vathia Gonia

Vathia Gonia is found 400 yards east of Nissi Bay. The beach is also fully protected from winds. Sea sport facilities are provided.


This beach stretches up to 200 meters long and is located in between the beaches of Vathia Gonia and Katsarka.


A rocky beach 800 meters long, situated about 500 meters west of the fishing harbour, just before the Pernera Beach.


This beach stretches from the fishing harbour of Agia Napa for more than a kilometer and follows on easterly direction. Thousands of tourists visit it every year. Facilities for all sea sports are provided for and cafes, snack bars and restaurants abound in the area. The fishing harbour of Agia Napa with its small colorful boats adds character to the view and is a happy reminder of the past.

Glyky Nero

The starting point of this beach is where the Pantahou Beach ends and it is extended up to the point where the sea-caves are situated.

Ammos tou Kambouri

A coastal bay beach found in between Agia Napa village and the remote Kermia Beach.


Situated two kilometers east of Agia Napa on the main road leading to the Cape Greco, Kermia Beach is located on the west side of Cape Greco. It is private and remote.


Konnos is situated four kilometers east of Agia Napa on the road between Cape Greco and Protaras and it is the last beach which determines the boundaries between Agia Napa and Paralimni. It is one of the most picturesque beaches on the island and well sheltered from heavy winds.