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November 19, 2020 by test1

Waterworld, Ayia Napa Waterpark

The biggest themed park in Europe! 

35 rides & attractions, 9 restaurants, relaxing attractions, various children areas promise an unbeatable experience at Waterworld! Spend a whole day. Recommended for families with children, teenagers and students.

Visit Waterworld website: https://waterworldwaterpark.com/#top

~16 mins by car (16km)


Breakout, Ayia Napa (escape room)

Puzzle, mystery, experiment, challenge… Can you escape? 

A live action game in the heart of Ayia Napa where you can experience a new kind of adventure. Locked in a room, with the time against you, you and your team have 60 minutes to find the clues, solve the puzzles and escape. The adventure of BreakOut is enthusiastic, not dangerous and does not require any physical skills. Suitable for all ages, under 12 years old go in for free. An exciting group activity that appeals to friends, families, couples and tourists. It can also be a different outside class activity for students. The BreakOut team features 2 different games, Rob the Casino and Escape the Asylum. Both can be played by groups of 2-6 people. Challenge your friends, prepare your team and find the way to escape….

Visit website: https://breakoutayianapa.com/

~15 mins by car (11 km)


THALASSA, Ayia Napa Municipal Museum

See a copy of Keryneia II ship and learn about Cyprus’ history! 

The Museum is located at the centre of Agia Napa and it has the sea as a subject-matter. It is the first museum of its kind across the Mediterranean region with main principle to present to the audiences, the local and foreign visitors, the impact and the significance of the sea upon the history of the island. The exhibits of the museum cover a chronological span, from paleontological to historic periods until present times.

Opening hours and admission fees Summer Season 01 June – 30 September Monday: 09:00 – 13:00 Tuesday – Saturday: 09:00- 17:00 Sunday: 15:00 – 19:00

Winter Season 01 October – 31 May Monday: 09:00-13:00 Tuesday-Saturday: 09:00-17:00 Sunday: Closed

Notice: Official Public Holidays the museum is closed.

Admission fees 

Individuals Group*
Adults €4 Adults  €2.5**
High School & University Students €1.5 High School & University Students €1.5**
Elementary Junior High School Students €1.5 Elementary Junior High School Students €1.5

*10 persons or more

**Per person

Visit the museum’s website: https://www.thalassamuseum.org.cy/en/

~13 mins by car (10,3km)


Ayia Napa Monastery

Spend less than 20 mins and get a sense of orthodox spirituality! 

The charming Medieval Monastery of Agia Napa stands in the middle of the village and was built in the form of a Medieval Castle around 1500 AD.

The monastery is partially built underground and cut into the rock, surrounded by a high wall. It is dedicated to ‘Our Lady of the Forests’, with the name coming from the Ancient Greek word for wooded valley (‘Napa’) as a result of the area’s past topography.

The monastery was restored in 1950 and in 1978 became an Ecumenical Conference Centre, serving churches in Cyprus and the Middle East. After the re-establishment of the Holy Metropolis Constantia Ammochostos (Famagusta) in 2007, the monastery came under the administration of the Metropolis.

A new church – also dedicated to the Virgin Mary – was built in 1994, south west of the monastery.

The ancient sycamore tree in front of the south gate is believed to be over 600 years old.

Operating Hours: Winter, daily: 09:00 – 15:00

Summer, daily: 09:00 – 21:00

Operating Period: All year round.

Closed on Public Holidays.

Entrance Fee: Free (donations accepted).

~15 mins by car (11,5km)

Waterworld, Ayia Napa Waterpark

The biggest themed park in Europe! 

35 rides & attractions, 9 restaurants, relaxing attractions, various children areas promise an unbeatable experience at Waterworld! Spend a whole day. Recommended for families with children, teenagers and students.

Visit Waterworld website: https://waterworldwaterpark.com/#top

~16 mins by car (16km)


Breakout, Ayia Napa (escape room)

Puzzle, mystery, experiment, challenge… Can you escape? 

A live action game in the heart of Ayia Napa where you can experience a new kind of adventure. Locked in a room, with the time against you, you and your team have 60 minutes to find the clues, solve the puzzles and escape. The adventure of BreakOut is enthusiastic, not dangerous and does not require any physical skills. Suitable for all ages, under 12 years old go in for free. An exciting group activity that appeals to friends, families, couples and tourists. It can also be a different outside class activity for students. The BreakOut team features 2 different games, Rob the Casino and Escape the Asylum. Both can be played by groups of 2-6 people. Challenge your friends, prepare your team and find the way to escape….

Visit website: https://breakoutayianapa.com/

~15 mins by car (11 km)


THALASSA, Ayia Napa Municipal Museum

See a copy of Keryneia II ship and learn about Cyprus’ history! 

The Museum is located at the centre of Agia Napa and it has the sea as a subject-matter. It is the first museum of its kind across the Mediterranean region with main principle to present to the audiences, the local and foreign visitors, the impact and the significance of the sea upon the history of the island. The exhibits of the museum cover a chronological span, from paleontological to historic periods until present times.

Opening hours and admission fees Summer Season 01 June – 30 September Monday: 09:00 – 13:00 Tuesday – Saturday: 09:00- 17:00 Sunday: 15:00 – 19:00

Winter Season 01 October – 31 May Monday: 09:00-13:00 Tuesday-Saturday: 09:00-17:00 Sunday: Closed

Notice: Official Public Holidays the museum is closed.

Admission fees 

Individuals Group*
Adults €4 Adults  €2.5**
High School & University Students €1.5 High School & University Students €1.5**
Elementary Junior High School Students €1.5 Elementary Junior High School Students €1.5

*10 persons or more

**Per person

Visit the museum’s website: https://www.thalassamuseum.org.cy/en/

~13 mins by car (10,3km)


Ayia Napa Monastery

Spend less than 20 mins and get a sense of orthodox spirituality! 

The charming Medieval Monastery of Agia Napa stands in the middle of the village and was built in the form of a Medieval Castle around 1500 AD.

The monastery is partially built underground and cut into the rock, surrounded by a high wall. It is dedicated to ‘Our Lady of the Forests’, with the name coming from the Ancient Greek word for wooded valley (‘Napa’) as a result of the area’s past topography.

The monastery was restored in 1950 and in 1978 became an Ecumenical Conference Centre, serving churches in Cyprus and the Middle East. After the re-establishment of the Holy Metropolis Constantia Ammochostos (Famagusta) in 2007, the monastery came under the administration of the Metropolis.

A new church – also dedicated to the Virgin Mary – was built in 1994, south west of the monastery.

The ancient sycamore tree in front of the south gate is believed to be over 600 years old.

Operating Hours: Winter, daily: 09:00 – 15:00

Summer, daily: 09:00 – 21:00

Operating Period: All year round.

Closed on Public Holidays.

Entrance Fee: Free (donations accepted).

~15 mins by car (11,5km)

Ayia Napa

July 1, 2020 by Anemoni Villas

Waterworld, Ayia Napa Waterpark

The biggest themed park in Europe! 

35 rides & attractions, 9 restaurants, relaxing attractions, various children areas promise an unbeatable experience at Waterworld! Spend a whole day. Recommended for families with children, teenagers and students.

Visit Waterworld website: https://waterworldwaterpark.com/#top

~16 mins by car (16km)


Breakout, Ayia Napa (escape room)

Puzzle, mystery, experiment, challenge… Can you escape? 

A live action game in the heart of Ayia Napa where you can experience a new kind of adventure. Locked in a room, with the time against you, you and your team have 60 minutes to find the clues, solve the puzzles and escape. The adventure of BreakOut is enthusiastic, not dangerous and does not require any physical skills. Suitable for all ages, under 12 years old go in for free. An exciting group activity that appeals to friends, families, couples and tourists. It can also be a different outside class activity for students. The BreakOut team features 2 different games, Rob the Casino and Escape the Asylum. Both can be played by groups of 2-6 people. Challenge your friends, prepare your team and find the way to escape….

Visit website: https://breakoutayianapa.com/

~15 mins by car (11 km)


THALASSA, Ayia Napa Municipal Museum

See a copy of Keryneia II ship and learn about Cyprus’ history! 

The Museum is located at the centre of Agia Napa and it has the sea as a subject-matter. It is the first museum of its kind across the Mediterranean region with main principle to present to the audiences, the local and foreign visitors, the impact and the significance of the sea upon the history of the island. The exhibits of the museum cover a chronological span, from paleontological to historic periods until present times.

Opening hours and admission fees Summer Season 01 June – 30 September Monday: 09:00 – 13:00 Tuesday – Saturday: 09:00- 17:00 Sunday: 15:00 – 19:00

Winter Season 01 October – 31 May Monday: 09:00-13:00 Tuesday-Saturday: 09:00-17:00 Sunday: Closed

Notice: Official Public Holidays the museum is closed.

Admission fees 

Individuals Group*
Adults €4 Adults  €2.5**
High School & University Students €1.5 High School & University Students €1.5**
Elementary Junior High School Students €1.5 Elementary Junior High School Students €1.5

*10 persons or more

**Per person

Visit the museum’s website: https://www.thalassamuseum.org.cy/en/

~13 mins by car (10,3km)


Ayia Napa Monastery

Spend less than 20 mins and get a sense of orthodox spirituality! 

The charming Medieval Monastery of Agia Napa stands in the middle of the village and was built in the form of a Medieval Castle around 1500 AD.

The monastery is partially built underground and cut into the rock, surrounded by a high wall. It is dedicated to ‘Our Lady of the Forests’, with the name coming from the Ancient Greek word for wooded valley (‘Napa’) as a result of the area’s past topography.

The monastery was restored in 1950 and in 1978 became an Ecumenical Conference Centre, serving churches in Cyprus and the Middle East. After the re-establishment of the Holy Metropolis Constantia Ammochostos (Famagusta) in 2007, the monastery came under the administration of the Metropolis.

A new church – also dedicated to the Virgin Mary – was built in 1994, south west of the monastery.

The ancient sycamore tree in front of the south gate is believed to be over 600 years old.

Operating Hours: Winter, daily: 09:00 – 15:00

Summer, daily: 09:00 – 21:00

Operating Period: All year round.

Closed on Public Holidays.

Entrance Fee: Free (donations accepted).

~15 mins by car (11,5km)

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