Famagusta is located Southeast of Cyprus and is a large-walled city, quite different to any other place in Cyprus.
Ayia Napa, in Famagusta, is the most popular tourist area in Cyprus, attracting visitors from all over the world, especially during the Summer months. Ayia Napa is famous for its superb crystal blue beaches and white sands, as well as its vibrant, cosmopolitan nightlife.
Tourist development both in the Ayia Napa area and throughout the free Famagusta District has been spectacular, playing an important role in the tourism sector and the economy of Cyprus.
Ayia Napa is well known for its all-night parties, the WaterWorld Themed Waterpark and the cruises on the magnificent blue waters.
Paralimni is the largest municipality in Famagusta’s free province and is located in the southeast of Cyprus. It has a rich culture and combines village traditions with the comforts of the modern city.
Protaras is the tourist area of Paralimni, a very popular tourist destination for local and foreign visitors. It is a truly blessed paradise of golden sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, alongside luxurious hotels that embrace the joyful atmosphere of the vibrant nightlife.
Sotira is one of the villages where medieval churches abound in Famagusta. Folk art museums like the one in Deryneia have wonderful rural artifacts on display.