For those who have relaxation in mind, Protaras is always a leading holiday contender. Although relatively close to Ayia Napa, it offers a completely different way of life with laid back beaches and classy restaurants more prominent than late night clubs and all night partying.
Fig Tree Bay is the most famous beach, offering up white sand and an inviting blue sea. Much of Protaras is unspoilt and as a result, families and couples come here in their droves looking for a natural spot in which to unwind from the stresses of modern life.
Protaras is rightly regarded as a water sport hotspot, with plenty of opportunities around for you to jet ski, paraglide or windsurf the days away. If you are an experienced diver, Cape Grecko holds the cards on this front and should be explored
Food lovers rejoice. Protaras has a reputation as a bit of a foodies resort so you will never be stuck for a bite to eat. Try local meze – it is to die for
For a change of scenery, take a trip to the Turkish side of the border. The scenery is stunning and offers a different perspective to Cyprus as a whole