Protaras has one of the best beaches in Europe
Protaras holidays are great for both families and couples looking for a blissful resort where you can relax on glorious blue flag beaches (of which there’re three here) during the day, whilst spending the evenings enjoying the local hospitality.
Protaras is the easternmost resort in Cyprus, about a 1 hour 15 minute transfer from Larnaca airport and has a range of budget and luxury accommodations from which to choose from which offer anything from self catering to all inclusive stays at their properties.
Fig tree bay, with its crystalline waters, is the most famous beach in the area and is in fact revered as one of the best beaches in Europe and will ensure that your holidays in Protaras are very memorable.
Quick Protaras Tips
The transfer time from Laranca airport is approx 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours
The currency used in Protaras is the Euro
Languages spoken in Cyprus are Greek, English and Turkish
The glorious year round weather
Paralimni and Pernera are little villages on the outskirts of Protaras, and although somewhat like an extension of Protaras they have their own tavernas that you can go to and enjoy a traditional meal, although for a much wider choice of eateries and bars go into the centre of Protaras itself. The glorious year round weather can be enjoyed still further by participating in the water sports at the beach, which are said to be the best on the island or by taking a trip to the nearby water park, a place that families will love.
Travel past ancient ruins to reach the vibrant nearby resort of Ayia Napa, where you’ll be able to enjoy the incredible nightlife until the early hours. Protaras holidays are exhilarating, yet relaxing and will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to face the world again after your stay! Book holidays to Protaras online here at Latedeals.co.uk
Top Places To Visit
Fig Tree Bay
This beautiful sheltered bay is surrounded by soft golden sand and a sparkling turquoise sea. The gently shelving beach is ideal for families and has been awarded Blue Flag status. There is an abundance of water sports available here too
The stunning sea caves are easily accessible for adventure seekers, you can climb down to sea level at the east end of the cliff and walk close to the walls. For those who are afraid of clambering over the rocks to climb down, there is an easier way, just jump off the cliffs into the water, which is quite deep and crystal clear