About Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa is a Mediterranean resort town on the southeast coast of Cyprus. The town’s main landmark is the storied, 16th century Venetian era Ayia Napa Monastery, which stands in the central square and the breathtaking Cape Greco. Phenomenal weather and gorgeous sandy beaches have transformed Ayia Napa from a fishing village into one of the top holiday destinations in the Mediterranean.

Thanks to its geographic location and topography, Ayia Napa is home to EU Natura sites including Cape Greco National Park which has a wealth of fauna and flora such as juniper trees, wild orchids, foxes, hares, hedgehogs and over 80 species of birds.

Ayia Napa Marina is dedicated to supporting the protection and conservation of the natural surroundings and employs a range of initiatives and activities to ensure that the development proceeds in the most environmental fashion.

Easily accessible from the island’s major highways and 49.8 km from Larnaca International airport. Access via the marina is efficient and it will be possible to clear customs onsite. The Ayia Napa Marina is an official port of entry in The Cyprus Republic.

Visit & Invest

Strategically located in the eastern Mediterranean at the crossroads of three continents – Europe, Asia and Africa – Cyprus is a safe haven blessed by beautiful nature, year-round sunshine, modern infrastructure, a high standard of living and a genuine culture of warmth and hospitality.

Fully compliant with EU laws and regulations, Cyprus’s simple and transparent tax system is one of the most attractive in Europe. Its modern legal system, based on English Common Law, is widely recognized as being effective and business-friendly.

The modern, competitive and simple business environment coupled with a high quality of life make Cyprus an ideal place for both visitors and investors.