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Ayia Napa is a Mediterranean resort town on the southeast coast of Cyprus, known for its beaches. The town's main landmark is the storied, Venetian-era Ayia Napa Monastery.
Ayia Napa is the perfect wedding destination – a vibrant town that has many beautiful venues like the Nissi Beach, the Aphrodite beach, the Ammos (Kampouri) beach, Cape Greco with its breath-taking sunsets, Arotas (Juniper Tree) which is the most photographed tree in Ayia Napa, Thalassa Museum for couples who want sophistication and elegance, Poseidon Palace – a traditional place by the fishing shelter or a more indoor venue of Ayia Napa Town Hall and the Amphitheatre of the Town Hall.
Looking for a grand spot to profess your lifelong love? Then it has got to be at the Paphos Medieval Castle. Oozing with the kind of appeal that is sure to make your wedding simply unbelievable. Get a backdrop of the picturesque harbour and the brilliant blue sea and watch the sky turn magical as the sun sets over the area.
Or, maybe you’d like a completely alternative type of venue for your ceremony and reception, like an amazing yacht wedding ceremony! Why not hire your very own private yacht where your wedding ceremony will take place on board among the privacy of your family and friends! Moored in the port of Paphos Harbour lies a selection of yachts available for your special day.
If you fancy a folkloric twist on your wedding day, then the folklore museum or the Larnaca Castle in Larnaca can be transformed into an ideal spot, with nice outdoor areas that will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Venues in Larnaca aren’t really about the wow factor but more about simplicity, for e.g., St. Helena Church – a pretty whitewashed church with pretty stained glass windows or the Nikolaidion Mansion – a recently restored 19th century aristocratic house.
Larnaca offers many such quaint venues that offer couples a charming affair. While at the ceremony, your guests will have the chance to take in all the tradition, and if you or your guests are in the mood for theatrics, an outdoor setting can be easily converted into a performance platform.
Nicosia also known as Lefkosia, is the capital city of Cyprus and has a rich history of 1,000 years. Weddings in Lefkosia are particularly popular because of the beautiful venues offered but also because of convenience in terms of getting the paper work done.
The sandstone Famagusta Gate is an awesome urban setting steeped in history. After its restoration in 1981, Famagusta Gate has become a real hot spot for civil weddings with two gorgeous large halls.
Get on board the fun boat! With a drink in your hand, your best ladies surrounding you and sunning themselves or taking dips in the impossibly blue waters of Cyprus – it’s an unforgettable experience for any bachelorette party visiting the island of love.
Another fascinating activity for your bachelorette rendezvous is the Night Spa. Ladies, if you love to pamper yourselves then do it in style in the privacy of an entire spa all to yourselves while you rest, relax, and recuperate with massages, jacuzzi baths, and saunas.
And since it’s your last night as a spinster, you might as well spice things up with an open bar and some exotic entertainment.
Sun and surf aren’t the only hot reasons for having your bachelor’s party in Cyprus. With perfect weather, beautiful beaches, and dozens of amazing activities, Cyprus is one of our top destinations for your stag party.
So, let’s explore some wild ideas. For one, if your stag party is in Cyprus and you aren’t partying on a yacht in the Mediterranean Sea, you’re doing something wrong. If you’re more of the action junkie then tear across the mountains with your mates on 1000 cc off-road bikes.
And if you wish to get straight into the groove then head over to Paphos to a VIP Bar & Club and simply take over the floor.
Having activities to participate in during a wedding abroad is a must! The bigger the group the more fun! That’s why Cyprus has many fun activities that you can plan for your entourage.
Most definitely you must attend a Greek nightclub. Witness the folkloric dances, traditional food; feet tapping music all packed together in a fun filled evening.
Go on a jeep safari in Paphos through scenic paths around the national parks. Bring out the party animal in all your guests and throw an unforgettable boat party at Ayia Napa with music, dance, drinks and food.
Paphos is considered to be the birthplace of Aphrodite – the goddess of love. Thus it’s almost a mandatory to visit the famous Aphrodite’s Rock located off the shore along the main road from Paphos to Limassol. This place makes for some really great photo-shoots!
Paphos is split into two main parts – the Kato Paphos where you can visit archaeological landmarks of House of Dionysus and the House of Theseus, the 16th century Paphos Fort built by the Turkish, the Tombs of the Kings or the Odeon, a classic Greek amphitheatre where plays and other live performances are still offered.
Nissi Beach, Grecian Bay and Makronissos Beach are a must visit when you’re in Ayia Napa. Experience live music, great drinks and a vibrant, youthful atmosphere. Out of these the Nissi Beach is especially splendid – 500 metres stretch of clear white sand and water.
Nissi Beach has become a popular destination for clubbers with the Nissi Bay Beach Bar being a top favourite with locals and tourists alike, playing music throughout the day and organizing events like foam parties and catwalks with guest DJs. You can also enjoy a day of water sports and beach volleyball here.
After the capital of Nicosia, Limassol is the largest urban destination on the island of Cyprus. It is a major sea port, and has become a major tourism destination for those in search of sun and sand.
The Old Town of Limassol is the best place to start your sightseeing as you venture towards the impressive Limassol Castle and then on to the Anexartisias Street – a major shopping venue, and Saripolou Square – which serves as a nightlife hub for locals and visitors alike.
You must not miss a walk along the Limassol Marina where you can see luxury yachts docked along the beachfront on the Akti Olympion path.
For maximum relaxation and accessible beaches, it is hard to beat the coastal resort of Protaras. The main beach, Fig Tree Bay, is dotted with sun beds and loungers, and you can choose whether to take a dip in the refreshing waters of the Mediterranean or just sip a cocktail in the sunshine.
The nearby Cape Greco is a protected national park with a quieter, family-friendly atmosphere. If you’re feeling up to it then go on the 10-mile hike and soak in the views of the ocean and the town, and the nightlife in Protaras offers plenty of fun until the early hours of the morning.