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Pernera is one of the closest areas to Protaras, there are two local beaches plus bars, shops, supermarket with bakery and award winning restaurants featured on Tripadvisor. The bars and restaurants offer great entertainment and food for families, couples and groups of friends. For eating out there is plenty to choose from - mediteranean, traditional cypriot restaurants, italian, mexican or a steakhouse restaurant, pizza hut, kebabs amongst others. A favourite restaurant is 'La Cultura Del Gusto' - with a fantastic menu offering a wide selection of good food and the service is excellent.

Unlimited free WIFI is available in various pubs and restaurants in Pernera (once you have purchased a drink) if you take your own laptop. Alternatively there is an Internet cafe and Internet stations are available in the Windmills Hotel in the town centre as well as the villa.

To sample Cypriot cuisine and especially a 'meze', there are a number of restaurants where you can sit back and relax taking in the Cypriot culture.

The two local beaches are called the Golden Coast and Pernera beach but you can walk the coastline all the way to Fig Tree Bay in Protaras! Pernera boasts a beautiful marina and cafe which is situated next to the Golden coast beach. You can sit and relax watching the boats or enjoy the watersports on the beach if your feeling more energetic! There is also a water park in Pernera to cool the kids off if its getting a bit too warm!

There are local tour operators who offer various trips to Troodos mountains, Famagusta view point, glass bottom boat to Cape Greco, fishing, diving and lots more... plenty to do in Pernera!


Protaras boasts a long stretch of beaches including one of the most famous beaches in Cyprus, Fig Tree Bay, the sea crystal clear and the sand so fine you could be forgiven for thinking you were in the Caribbean. There are lots of water sports to be found on the beach.

The restaurants, bars and shops can be found in abundance along the 'strip' and down the side roads. There is plenty of entertainment for adults and children alike.

If you enjoy walking, then Cape Greco is easily accessible along the main road. From sea cliffs with their sparking waters to the beautiful indigenous fauna, this wildly beautiful area is great for some 'me' time.

Also, along the Protaras road you can walk up to Elias Hills and view Protaras from a higher point - breathtaking. Prepare to be captivated by a spectacular sunset from the top of the hill, where you will find St Elias Church. It takes a hundred steps to get up the hill but once you've braved the climb, try and go close to the sunset, just to see the amazing colours of the sun as it makes its dazzling descent. If walking does not appeal you can still view the church from Protaras, which is all lit up at night.

There are local tour operators who offer various trips to Troodos mountains, Famagusta view point, glass bottom boat to Cape Greco, fishing, diving and lots more.


Kapparis is a small, friendly resort with numerous coves and beaches on the coastline of Kapparis, giving you the perfect opportunity for you to sunbathe in peace and enjoy the crystal sands and beautiful clear azure waters. If you are feeling adventurous, why not try your skills at Water Skiing, Paragliding, Wind Surfing etc. Snorkeling is popular here.

There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, including 'Faliros' (which is a stones throw away) with a wide choice of menu including steaks, check out the great reviews on Trip Adviser. There are numerous bars, most with WIFI connection and large screen TVs and Sky Sports. A favourite bar is 'The Pig & Whistle' that serves great food at reasonable prices, e.g full english breakfasts and sunday lunch. There is a supermarket just on up the road from Shebaz and a fantastic bakery at the far end of the road. Kapparis has everything you need to have a great holiday.

Ayia Triada

Ayia Triada is a popular holiday destination with its secluded coves along un-spoilt coastal paths. Ayia Triada has its own beach and a small fishing harbour with an historical church overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The clear turquoise waters of this beach are extremely pleasant for swimming or sunbathing.

You can watch the fishermen bring in their daily catch, and if you wish buy directly from them for a delicious BBQ back at the villa. Alternatively, you can find a number of popular fish tavernas serving a variety of fresh fish dishes throughout the day in the nearby area.

The location of Ayia Triada, between the areas of Kapparis and Protaras, puts visitors within easy reach of a variety of restaurants bars and shops.

Sirena Bay

Sirena Bay is between Pernera and Ayia Triada, just a few minutes walk from each destination. Sirena Bay is next to the the pretty fishing harbour alongside the Golden Coast beach of Pernera.

With its own bay with soft sand, crystal clear waters and traditional taverna this is a truly a beautiful quiet location but still within walking distance of all the amenities Pernera has to offer.


Deryneia is heaped with history and tradition. It has a theme Park which is located in Iroon Street, and includes a Children's Corner, a room with bird's exhibition, an amphitheater, and a War Memorial for the Heroic Murdered and Missing of 1974.

The amphitheatre is also in the same stretch of land, an ornament for the Town. It has an 800 seats capacity and in summer it houses all open air cultural activities.

The magnificent and imposing memorial of the Fallen, Murdered and Missing of the Turkish invasion in 1974, is located in the corner of Iroon and Pafou streets, next to the thematic park and amphitheatre of the town and faces the occupied city of Famagusta. You can now visit Famagusta via the border or visit the view point and speak to the owner who lived and worked in Famagusta at the time of the invasion in 1974.

The Folk Art Museum in Deryneia is housed in an old traditional house donated by Mr. Varnavas and Mrs. Margarita Hadjiliasi in memory of their three children who died at an early age. The building was declared a scheduled building and was renovated by the Municipality under the supervision of the Town Planning and Housing Department.

The indoor and outdoor areas of the Folk Art Museum, as well as, the exhibition of the different household items and farming tools were arranged in collaboration with the Cyprus Handicraft Service and illustrate a typical Cypriot traditional house and functions.

Apart from the household equipment of a traditional Cypriot house, the Folk Art Museum also exhibits farming tools that were traditionally used by a rural family in the region.

All items have been kindly donated by the people of Deryneia and other neighboring areas.

In the foreyard of the Museum, there is an oven, which Mrs Margarita Hadjiliassis often uses to bake bread and rolls.

As well as boasting 3 Byzantine churches that date as far back as the 15th century, Deryneia also has a Folk Art Museum that is a very popular venue for weddings as well.

The locals of the village are very proud people and are constantly trying to improve the area, the latest cultural additions to the village include a new Cultural Centre overlooking Famagusta and an Open-Air Amphitheatre. Whilst the Cultural Centre provides great insight into the area's history, the Amphitheatre hosts plays, dances and celebrations that attract locals and tourists alike.

Once a year there is also a festival in honour of 'Saint Modestos' that is held in the streets near the centre of Deryneia. The festival lasts for two nights and is held in mid-December.

There are many traditional Cypriot tavernas in the village that serve home cooked Cypriot dishes that will leave you asking for more and what is even better is the price, a Cypriot Meze for example is fantastic value. Lavezin Tavern is an authentic taverna described by any people as one of the best restaurants in the Paralimni area. The owner even catches fish this is served - check out further information on Trip Adviser.

Besides traditional Cypriot food, there are tavernas and cafes that serve international cuisine such as steak, pizza or just plain burger with chips.

Deryneia is open all year round, so you will always have somewhere to go for a drink or a meal. You will also find excellent shopping facilities including large supermarkets and pharmacies, lady's, men's & children's fashion stores, sports shops, and jewellery stores.

There is also a gym in Deryneia that includes an indoor swimming pool and sauna but if you are more of an outdoors type of person, Cape Greco National Park is a mere 10minutes drive away and offers some of most beautiful nature trails anywhere on the island.

Deryneia is next to the large town of Paralimni and only a five-minute drive away from the beach, whilst the motorway leading to all the other cities is literally around the corner.


Tala in Paphos

Just 20 minutes from Paphos Airport you can be in the exclusive and beautiful Tala hills with spectacular mountain views and wonderful sunsets. Tala village square is a short walk and offers delightful tavernas.

There is a wonderful Deli (www.oliversdelicatessen.com) and a recommended restaurant is The Gallery, a lovely stylish bistro bar and art gallery.

The best Blue Flag sandy beaches in Cyprus are less than 5km away at Coral Bay. Within a 2 minute drive you have the imposing C12th St. Neophytos monastery.

There is also the full range of water sports you'd expect from a Med island; skiing, jet-skiing, skiing with parachutes and many other things, as well as boating, sailing, fishing located in Paphos and Coral Bay. In the winter you can ski on Mount Olympus at Troodos, approx an hour away.

Tala is a very popular area in Paphos due to its elevated location that offers panoramic views of Paphos and other surrounding areas. The centre of Tala tavernas, bars and restaurants. The village offers a peaceful setting but is close enough to give easy access to all Paphos' amenities.


The nearest beach is only a 10 minute drive and can be found along the main road towards Coral Bay. The beach at Coral Bay is a 15 minute drive away and is renowned for its sandy beach. Here you will find a selection of water sports, beach bars and restaurants.

GOLF: Tsada Golf Club offers 18 holes of championship golf. Par 72 (6060m), 550m above sea level. Driving range. Pro shop. Putting Greens 15 minutes drive. Secret Valley is a highly prestigious golf course near Petra tou Romiou, Aphrodite's birthplace, which offers 18 holes of championship golf. Par 72 (6120m). Driving Range, Pro Shop. 25 minutes drive. Aphrodite Hills is a world class 18 hole golf course, the largest on the island. Par 72 (6299m) Driving Range, Pro Shop. Tennis academy and health spa. 25 minutes drive.

Why not relax and enjoy a round of golf at the Tsada golf course which is only a 10 minute drive, whilst Aphrodite Hills and Secret Valley are approximately a 30 minute drive.


There is a short skiing season between January and March in the Troodos mountains, which are approximately a 2 hour drive away.


Paphos International Airport is a 25 minute drive. Larnaca International Airport can easily be reached in 2 hours.


The village square of Tala is an 8 mins stroll, Emba village is a 10 minute drive where a large supermarket can be found and Peyia village is a 20 minute drive away. Paphos and Coral Bay are both a 15 minute drive while the lovely bay at Pissouris can be reached in 30 minutes. Polis and Latchi on the west coast can be reach in 45 minutes with the larger towns of Larnaca, Limassol and the island's capital Nicosia are all within a 2 hour drive.

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Tala's village square has several traditional tavernas, a restaurant serving international food, several bars and 2 small supermarkets for every day needs. Further restaurants from Cypriot to Italian are only a 15 minute drive away in Coral Bay, while Paphos, a 15 minute drive away has a wide range of bars, restaurants, (many within the picturesque harbour area where local fish dishes can be enjoyed), banks and 24 - hour ATM's. Paphos is a World Heritage site with many places of historical interest to visit. Paphos is the first complete town and surrounding area to be designated as a World Heritage site by the UN.

Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa features a number of bathing beaches, on which water sports such as water-skiing, windsurfing, canoeing, scuba divingand speed boating are popular. The Cyprus Tourism Organization (CTO) supervises the beaches and is responsible for protecting the interests of all tourists. The most popular of these beaches is Nissi beach on Nissi Avenue, which is very popular mainly with younger people; it offers great water sports facilities as well as a beach bar which plays music throughout the day and offers events such as foam parties and games.
Another is the Harbour beach (also known as Limanaki (CTID) or Pantahou beach), which is one of Cyprus' longest beaches, and the longest in Ayia Napa. Harbour beach caters more for families. The New Golden Bay (or Lanta / Landa beach as it is known to the locals) is less crowded, but there are still a number of activities available. All 14 beaches in Ayia Napa have been awarded the EU blue flag for their level of cleanliness and facilities.

Several hotels and apartments are situated on Nissi Avenue, the main road of Ayia Napa, including Nissi Beach Hotel & Kaos Hotel Apartments amongst others, in addition to a large number of cafes/restaurants and bars, offering various cuisine types to visitors including local taverns with Cypriot cuisine, Pizza places, Steak Houses, Pubs offering English Breakfast, Chinese Restaurants etc. On the end of Nissi Avenue is Archiepiskopou Makariou III Avenue, another main road in Ayia Napa, offering lots of high-end cafes & bars, the "I Love Ayia Napa" monument, Square and Bar Strip on its upper end and the Ayia Napa Harbour and Harbour Beach (Limanaki) on its lower end.

The Square, central to the town, is filled with restaurants, night clubs and shops, such as The Castle Club (often featuring in DJ Mag's Top 100 Clubs in the world list), Club Sin, Black & White, Nightmare-horror maze and Nikitas' Steak House. Ayia Napa has changed its image somewhat over the years, from a fishing village to a typical Mediterranean resort and has now found its place as a multicultural town, catering for all tastes.


The village of xylofagou combines old Cypriot charm with the modern day culture of the island. Beautiful scenery surrounding the area whilst within the village there can be found a range of shop, chemists, banks, garages, restaurants, bars /taverns and everyday amenities. Xylofagou is known for its charm and friendly people and the views are magnificent. You are just a 10 minute drive away from the local beaches including Ayia Napa and Protaras.

There is a great water park ideal for the children just 10 minutes away.

Sea fishing, scuba diving, and just about any water sport you can think of is located 15 minutes drive away in Ayia Napa.

Sunset Harbour

Golden Coast Beach

Pernera Beach

Protaras Beach

Protaras Beach

Kapparis Beach

Kapparis Beach

Ayia Triada Beach

Ayia Triada Beach

Sirena Bay

Sirena Bay Bar

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