Aiya Napa

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This is a well known pub near the Aiya Napa harbour.

The pub is a big venue with three types of seating - indoor, outdoor non-smoking and outdoor smoking, and it also has a stage. They host various themed events every evening such as Michael Jackson night, Freddy Mercury night etc. One might think it's an ordinary touristic place, but in Vic they actually serve pretty decent food by Cypriot standards. The cocktail menu is also quite spectacular as one might imagine. It's usually crowded around 8PM, so make sure to reserve.

This is a nice patisserie in Protaras, near Aya Napa.

The cafe is small and has mostly outdoor seating. It's a good place to try waffles with coffee should you have a sweet tooth. It's usually not very crowded but the service takes some time, so don't visit in a rush. The waitresses are quite friendly.

The menu has all kinds of fresh waffles and ice creams, plus coffee.

This is an old steak house on top of the Aiya Napa hill.

The restaurant is a great place for the romantic or family dinner. The service is not fast because they cook everything fresh. But it's very pleasant and professional, unlike many traditional restaurants. Book in advance, though - it's usually fully booked.

This is one of the liveliest bars in Ayia Napa. It's usually full of dancing, drinking and shouting British guys and girls.

The bar is located on top of the hill and overlooks the old castle and the church. It stretches for two floors up and for the entire yard around.

You can get some lovely seating places outdoors as well as the dancing stands inside. It looks like most normal European bars, unlike the surrounding crazy venues or dull tavernas.