Ayia Napa, the city that never sleeps, is one of the favourite destinations of domestic and foreign tourism especially during the summer season. Every year, thousands of tourists, mainly from the countries of Europe, visit Ayia Napa and spend the best time of their lives. The energy of the city, the blue seas, the golden sandy beaches, the local people and many more things will surely enchant you.

We collected for you the 8 most fun activities to do during your stay in Ayia Napa to make your holidays extraordinary.

  1. WaterWorld Water Park

With more than 20 years of operation and the title of the 2nd best waterpark in Europe, WaterWorld Water Park of Ayia Napa is the top activity for your summer trip.

Every time WaterWorld Water Park’s swimming pools, water slides, splash pads, spray grounds, lazy rivers and many other, manage to impress the guests and prove that it is not a simple hydro-park but a multiple park full of surprises.

Inspired by Greek mythology, Ayia Napa’s Water Park is suitable for any age.

  1. Boat Trips

No holiday to Ayia Napa is complete without a boat trip. This is a great way to top up your tan and gaze the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean. A boat trip is a fun day out for anyone wanting to view the spectacular seashore in this area or just do something different than lay on the beach all day.

  1. Cape Greco

Cape Greco, known as well as Cavo Greco, is a protected area of unique natural beauty. It is visited by thousands of tourists every year to admire the fantastic colors of the sea as it embraces the rocks. Most days the seas are calm enough for diving and swimming and at these times the water is almost transparent.

According to local myths, the cape is the home of a monster that the locals call “the friendly monster” as it does not seem to cause any damage.

Cape Greco is the perfect setting for rest, recreation and walking. An area of escape from the stress of everyday life.

  1. Sea Caves

The Ayia Napa sea caves, also part of the amazing park of Cape Greco, are a must-see landscape for travelers. Impressive rock bridges, hidden caves and tunnels compose the scenery and make it irresistible.

The Sea Caves of Cape Greco is a great place to try diving or snorkeling for the first time. Of course, you can always enjoy activities like fishing, cliff jumping or just swimming in the crystal-clear waters.

  1. Sculpture Park

Τhe Sculpture Park is a contemplative cultural attraction and free to enter. The open-air sculpture museum features both large and small works of art created by more than 20 international sculptors and the collection keeps growing with more works being added from sculptors from all over the world.

  1. Thalassa Museum


The museum is dedicated to the sea and aims to present to the audience and visitors of Cyprus the role and importance of the sea in the history of Cyprus from paleontology to the present day.

Paleontological, geological, archaeological and marine life exhibits are freely placed in space and others are hanging from the roof. There are also exhibits in underfloor glass displays on which the visitor can walk and see them in showcases.

  1. Local Luna Park

With more than 25 different attraction, the local amusement park of Ayia Napa is the largest in Cyprus. Sling Shot is the biggest and most popular attraction in the park and the highest toy launch in Europe, throwing a small capsule into the air at high speed.

  1. I love Ayia Napa Monument

The I love Ayia Napa Monument, obviously inspired by the I Amsterdam sculpture in Netherlands, is one of the most photographed things in the area and is located at the entrance of the city’s central square.

Stand in the middle of the sculpture and take a memorial photo of yourself to express your love for Ayia Napa! Don’t forget to share it with your friends on Instagram!


Ayia Napa will always be a good idea for your summer vacation especially if you combine it with those 8 fun things. Don’t miss the chance and book now one of our available summer villas in Cyprus and enjoy the holidays of your life!