Ayia Napa Events 2023

Get ready for the best week of your life. Events are definitely on the list of priorities when planning your Ayia Napa holiday. We understand the importance of unforgettable experiences, so we take pride in partnering with Ayia Napa’s hottest events year after year. This establishes us as the leading online events service for party holidays.

When it comes to your Ayia Napa events, you have the option to purchase single tickets if you’re only staying for a few days. However, we highly recommend our best-selling Ultimate Events Package.

With this exclusive package, we bundle all the events into one comprehensive package at a lower price than buying individual tickets. By choosing our package, not only will you save a significant amount of money, allowing for more holiday spending, but you’ll also save valuable time.

We’ll handle the hassle of organising for you. Check out our exciting events and packages below and secure yours today.

Party hard in Ayia Napa! The events kick off in June, making it the perfect time to start your summer with a bang. Choose your date today and prepare for the party of a lifetime! The peak season runs from July to mid-August, but clubs and events are open from June to September.

For a clubbing holiday with great events at a lower cost, consider going in June or the end of August. You’ll still have an amazing time, plus you’ll enjoy quicker service at the bar. Who doesn’t want that?

Experience the wildest boat parties, access to the best clubs, and hours of open bars by booking your clubbing holiday in July. It’s the peak season in Ayia Napa, buzzing with incredible events and the opportunity to meet fellow party enthusiasts. Get ready for an unforgettable time!

When it comes to ATMs in Ayia Napa, keep these tips in mind for smooth transactions:

  1. Check with your bank beforehand to understand any withdrawal fees they may charge.
  2. While many clubs, bars, and restaurants accept cards, not all establishments do. Be prepared with a mix of cash and cards.
  3. Consider using prepaid currency cards to manage your expenses. They allow you to top up before your trip and budget your spending.
  4. Explore online banks that offer favourable terms for international travel. Some provide fee-free withdrawals up to a certain limit. Find the one that suits you best.

Stay informed and make the most of your money during your trip!

Get ready for a sun-soaked experience in Cyprus! With approximately 350 sunny days per year, you can expect blue skies throughout. As early as April, temperatures start to rise, and during the peak summer months of June, July, and August, temperatures often exceed 30ºC and can approach 40ºC. Even the nights are warm, with people comfortably dressed in shorts and t-shirts, just like in that Tom Jones song.

Here are some weather tips for your Cyprus adventure:

1. Protect your skin by applying sunblock during the day and staying hydrated with plenty of water, especially if you plan to indulge in alcoholic beverages.

2. If you desire air conditioning in your hotel room, be aware that most hotels charge an additional fee, payable at the reception. We recommend keeping the aircon on during the day to cool your room and turning it off just before sleeping.

Enjoy the great weather in Cyprus while taking care of yourself and staying cool throughout your stay!

Make sure you have travel and medical insurance before going to Cyprus. Read the coverage carefully to avoid unexpected medical bills.

Consider getting a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or the new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). Keep in mind that most medical centres operate privately, so travel insurance is recommended.

For passport requirements, your passport should be valid for an additional 6 months after your trip and not more than 10 years old.

UK government advice GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

In Ayia Napa, there is a police station for assistance. For minor crimes, call 22-808080, and for emergencies, dial 112/999 or 1499. Hotels often have their own security guards, so report any issues to them.