Ayia Napa is the largest tourist resort in Cyprus, with a 27,000-person-bed capacity and more than 175 hotels and apartments of all sizes.
In 2017, the resort received over 700,000 tourists and accommodated 5 million overnight stays, representing approximately 30% of all Cyprus overnight stays. Ayia Napa was recognised as a Prime City Destination by the Oxford Business Assembly, and in 2018 was awarded the International flag of investment and innovation attractiveness 'Flag of Europe" and the International Certificate of Excellence in Investment and Innovation (ICEII).
The resort has 27 beaches, of which 14 have been awarded the Blue Flag award, more than any other resort in Cyprus the island itself also has the second highest amount of Blue Flags in the world, behind only Croatia. In 2011, Nissi Beach topped the TripAdvisor list of the best beaches in Europe. In 2017, Makronissos Beach was chosen by Travel Weekly as the third best beach for Cyprus and Greece. In 2018, it was announced that Nissi Beach ranked third in the list of the most popular beaches on Instagram. A CNN feature ranked Nissi Beach as the best beach to visit for the month of July 2018.
Enveloped by the azure of the Mediterranean sea, the glorious beaches and crystalline waters, Ayia Napa Marina is an international lifestyle destination of choice for visitors seeking luxurious residences, world-class yachting facilities, carefully curated retail and dining options as well as bespoke recreational and entertainment experiences, all combined in an exclusive integrated development. Ideally situated on the south-eastern coast, the luxury Marina in Ayia Napa Cyprus boasts a signature lifestyle center for visitors who appreciate the epitome of class and elegance, the privacy of a natural wonderland and the unobstructed views to the sea.