Go 2 Ayia Napa by Taxi
Ayia Napa has become synonymous for Sun, Beach and Fun Holidays. we consider Ayia Napa as a complete holiday paradise for all ages. But Ayia Napa is internationally known for its signature Night Life. Definitely, Ayia Napa offers a diversified Holiday Experience and is the Tourist Capital of Cyprus and one of the hottest clubbing destination in Europe.
Most travelers go to Ayia Napa by plane that land at Larnaca Airport. From there, it is a 35 to 45 minute taxi ride to Ayia Napa. Depending on your negotiation skills by simply hailing a taxi outside the airport (if you find one in the summer rush), the total fare should be somewhere between €50 to €55.
You can pre-book your taxi transfer from Larnaca Airport to Ayia Napa here. Our taxi price for a 4 seater one way all inclusive is €44, everything included.
What to visit in Ayia Napa
- Ayia Napa Monastery – The cultural site most worth visiting in the town, the present building dates to around 1500. Right in the city Centre.
- Cape Greco – The famous sundowner Cape on the way to Protaras is well worth visiting, especially if you love photography as it offers picturesque sun sets. From there you can visit Crow’s Bridge, Ayioi Anargiroi Chapel, Blue Lagoon and Konnos Beach, surely one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.
- Sculpture Park – A unique path on the eastern part of Ayia Napa offering a variety of sculptures offered by various sculptors. Easy to reach on an afternoon walk, or ask your taxi driver to stop by.
- Sea Caves – Make sure you take a boat trip to visit the sea caves; Seals have been sighted in the area!
- Makronissos Tombs – Located west of Ayia Napa, is an ancient burial site with rock-cut tombs. Nineteen tombs have been excavated to date together with a small sanctuary to the east of the burial grounds and part of an ancient quarry adjacent to the cemetery.
- Thalassa Museum 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 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.
Ayia Napa Nightlife
Ayia Napa is famous for it’s nightlife and has a wide choice of clubs and over 80 bars. Whatever sort of night out you’re looking for, there truly is something for everyone in Ayia Napa.
Whether you’re looking for a crazy party holiday, a fun family break or a grown up, chilled out getaway, Ayia Napa has bars, clubs and entertainment to suit every taste and budget. From the latest EDM, Hip Hop, House Music and RnB, right through to cheesy tunes, rock music, acoustic performances and tribute acts, in Ayia Napa you’re guaranteed Good Times!
The Central Square in Ayia Napa should be your starting point to discover the famous nightlife. Although the area seems small, there is a lot packed into the immediate area and there are plenty of cheesy places to eat & drink. All clubs are located around the Central Square. And there are many!