The Best Resorts in Cyprus this Summer

Quiet beach in Cyprus

If you’re looking to take your family away on a summer holiday this year, but not sure about the destination, it’s time to get familiar with the spectacular island of Cyprus. Millions of families flock here every year, with the kids in tow and young adults leading the way to the great selection of bars and clubs.

There’s so much to do in Cyprus that it’s hard to know where to start your vacation adventure, however one is for sure, and that is vast array of luxury resorts. No matter what your budget, we’re sure you’ll be able to find a resort that matches your family’s needs, so let’s take a look at the best of them.

Quiet beach in Cyprus

Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa is one of the most iconic and talked about holiday resorts in Mediterranean Europe, and for good reason! Not only is the resort well-kept, with it’s crystal clear waters and perfect beaches, but it also offers a nightlife unmatched by any other resort on the island.

In such a naturally beautiful setting, you wouldn’t expect the party atmosphere to combine so well with families looking to relax, however they both come together seamlessly. Furthermore, there’s a amazing selection of apartments, hotels and shops located on the beach too, so everything you’ll even need on your holiday is literally minutes away.


Paphos is another great resort in Cyprus, and located on the southwestern side of the island, it’s a little more traditional than the commercialised Ayia Napa. Not only is Paphos the birthplace of the Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, but it offers a fantastic selection of old and new. The hotels and apartments here blend easily into the resort’s ancient and historic background, but offer sleek, modern accommodation on the inside.

When it comes to keeping yourself entertained in Paphos, how about some 18 hole golf courses, ancient castles, Roman theatres and luxury restaurants? Paphos is for the young couple looking to embrace the romance of their surroundings, while also taking in the vibrant, but not overwhelming nightlife.


Home to lazy palm trees, traditional cafés, food festivals and locals who love tourists, Larnaca is a wonderful place to bring the kids this summer. Although it is the third largest town in Cyprus, it’s reputation as a family paradise has brought it to the forefront of consumer choice, and has remained a popular vacation destination for many years.

Hiking in the countryside in Cyprus

From the Municipal Gallery to the Hala Sultan Tekke, Larnaca is rife with historical monuments, and has no less than 6 museums for tourists to choose from. Furthermore, there are some great sight-seeing tours available from the local hotels, and there are even some free ones given by seasoned locals looking to educate people about the history of the area. All in all, Larnaca is a must-see resort in Cyprus, even if you’re not planning on staying there. There are very good transport links from the other resorts to Larnaca, and a taxicab won’t cost you much either.


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