Known for its vibrant nightlife and picturesque coastline, Ayia Napa is one of the most popular resorts in Cyprus. Whether you’re looking to party the night away, top up your tan or experience a little local culture, there’s plenty to keep you busy in this lively Mediterranean destination.
July and August are by far the busiest months in Ayia Napa. During the summer the resort’s clubs and bars and packed with visitors from across Europe. As a result, cheap flights to Ayia Napa can be hard to find.
If you’re travelling on a budget, you may find it easier to book cheap flights to Ayia Napa in the spring or autumn months. Although the nightlife won’t be quite as vibrant, there’s still plenty to do in the resort outside of the peak season.
Use Expedia to book your trip and finding cheap flights to Ayia Napa should be easy.
The ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page allows you to see prices for days either side of your selected dates. As the cost of flights to Ayia Napa can vary considerably during the week, this could help you make big savings on your holiday.
Use the filters on the left of the results page to sort your flights by price, number of stops, duration or airline.
If you’re travelling to Ayia Napa, you can fly to either Larnaca International or Paphos International. Both airports offer a good choice of flights to UK destinations with regular departures throughout the week.
The easiest way to get from Paphos to Ayia Napa is by hire car. The journey should take around two hours.
From Larnaca Airport, it’s just over half an hour by hire car or taxi to Ayia Napa. Shuttle services and public buses also connect the resort to the airport.
A number of airlines offer direct flights from the UK to Ayia Napa.
Ayia Napa itself is small enough to navigate on foot. Most hotels, clubs, restaurants and bars are located in the centre of the resort, making it easy to see everything Ayia Napa has to offer. If you want to explore further afield, you can hire a bike, scooter or even a dune buggy from the rental companies in the town. Taxis and buses are also available in Ayia Napa.
The most important cultural site in Ayia Napa is the town’s 16th century monastery, located right in the heart of the resort.
Just to the east of Ayia Napa you’ll find Cape Greco. A million miles from the hustle and bustle of the resort, this beautiful headland is a great place for walking, photography and relaxation.
Cyprus is two hours ahead of the UK.