Electra Holiday Village
- 50Km from Larnaca (LCA) Airport
- 0.4Km to beach
- 1.5Km to town centre
- Sun terrace
- Outdoor Pool
- Indoor Pool
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Total number of Apartments 124 (62 studios & 62 one bedrooms). Reception, lounge, games area, childrens play room, mini shop, a large outdoor swimming pool, childrens paddle, ... Continue reading
Total number of Apartments 124 (62 studios & 62 one bedrooms). Reception, lounge, games area, childrens play room, mini shop, a large outdoor swimming pool, childrens paddle, indoor swimming pool, fitness room ,activities pool, sauna, massage room. Restaurants and bars available ( Okeanos Restaurant, Okeanos open air restaurant, Posidon indoor & outdoor bar). Water park fcilities-One multi lane slide, two speed slides, one mini side winder, two kids slides,one lazy river, two tube slides (flume type) one wave pool.
Most popular facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Bicycle rental
- Children's playground
- Games room
- Indoor pool
- Table tennis
- Tennis court
- 24hr Reception
- Car hire
- Currency exchange
- Dry cleaning
- Gift shop
- Ironing service
- Outdoor pool
- Sun terrace
- Air conditioning
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Family rooms
- Paid WiFi
- Safety deposit box
- WiFi in public areas for which charges are applicable
- Wired internet in public areas for which charges are applicable
To make booking a holiday at Electra Holiday Village in Ayia Napa easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Electra Holiday Village with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Once a small fishing village in the south-eastern corner of Cyprus, Ayia Napa is now a hotspot for holidaymakers looking for a lively vacation -over 250,000 clubbers swarm into this party capital each summer and the phenomenal atmosphere in its scores of bars and nightclubs is nothing short of explosive.
Located in the centre of the market garden area of the island, Ayia Napa also boasts a string of superb golden sandy beaches and vestiges of its cultural heritage - there is a Venetian decorated monastery fronted by a 600-year-old Sycamore tree, and a quaint harbour filled with colourful fishing vessels. Just a few miles from Ayia Napa, the resort of Protaras is more restrained and is much more suited to family holidays. Both resorts have excellent beaches, the most famous being Fig Tree Bay.
Other popular beaches include Nissi Beach and Nissi Bay, two miles (3km) west of Ayia Napa; Cape Greco to the east, where the challenge is to leap from the rocks into the sea; and Konnos Bay, just past Cape Greco, where there is a beach café and speedboats for hire.
The extensive, silvery sandy beaches along the coast of Ayia Napa are washed with warm waters that provide a myriad of opportunities for watersports, including water-skiing, windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, pedal boats, motor boats, parasailing, scuba diving and snorkelling. The Cyprus Tourism Organisation supervises the beaches, many of which have Blue Flag status. Holidaymakers can take excursions from Ayia Napa to places like Ayia Thekla, four miles (6km) to the west, with a small offshore island, Makronisos Beach, a cluster of three sheltered bays, or to the historical city of Larnaca, 25 miles (40km) along the coast. Jeep safaris around the island itself are popular, with attractions like the Caledonian Falls and the Byzantine Monastery of Kykkos waiting to be explored. The island's position in the Mediterranean also lends itself to making excursions to other countries, even Jerusalem or Cairo, for a night or two of sightseeing.
Variety is the spice of dining out in Ayia Napa, where countless restaurants specialise in a host of cuisines from around the world, everything from the romantic and traditional, to fast food and pub-grub being on offer, holidaymakers won't be disappointed. Whether it is a Big Mac, fish 'n chips, a Chinese or formal French you fancy, you won't have to go far to find it. Visitors are well advised to try the Cypriot fare, however, particularly in the delightful, traditional tavernas clustered around the harbour. Highly recommended is the typical Cypriot 'meze', made up of between 15 and 30 island dishes. Other local specialities include taramosalata, tsatsiki, moussaka, stifado (beef or veal stew), aphelia (pork and red wine), and loukoumades (doughnuts dipped in syrup).
Holidaymakers in the resort soon learn that it is essential to plan an afternoon siesta, if they are to make the most of the sensational nightlife for which Ayia Napa has become world-renowned. The Cypriot's appreciation for the good life and good times comes to the fore after the sun sets, with bars, discos, nightclubs and bouzouki clubs open well into the early hours of the morning. Most hotels have their own nightly entertainment with a resident band, and Greek nights with folk dancing are offered. The resort's clubbing scene is legendary with big name deejays appearing frequently at some of the popular clubs.
Shopping in Ayia Napa is pure pleasure for locals and holidaymakers alike, with real bargains to be had particularly on designer goods. Top name watches, sunglasses, clothing, cameras and jewellery are available at prices up to 30 percent cheaper than in the United Kingdom. Shops and boutiques are generally small and friendly, opening until 11pm every night except Sundays. The local handcrafts make for good souvenir shopping, including beautiful embroidered Lefkara lace, original ceramic pottery, artistic silver jewellery, baskets, woven and silk goods and high quality leatherwear. Major credit cards are accepted everywhere.
Generally Ayia Napa is clean, well ordered and favoured by all types of holidaymakers. Those who do not enjoy noise and bright lights, however, are advised to stay clear of the central monastery square area, which is where most of the popular nightclubs are situated. The main clubbing season is between June and September, and during this period the resort is packed with young people from all over Europe. Older holiday makers may prefer to enjoy the resort during the 'shoulder' months (April, May, October and November), when the weather is still good, the sea relatively warm, but the tempo quieter. The island can be windy, but the geographic locations of the surrounding beaches means that it is possible to find a sheltered beach even on windy days. Nissi Beach tends to be overcrowded, but there are other beaches within easy reach where it is possible to enjoy peace and quiet.
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Hotel address : 1, petraris street, Ayia Napa, Cyprus, 5343
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The water slides shown on your pictures are they on site at the hotel or at the water park? Does the all inclusive cover for food and drink at the waterpark? 1 Answer
The slides you can see are the on site waterpark all inclusive can still be used in the allocated restaurants and bars
Added 2 years, 4 months ago.
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