Cavo Zoe is in the perfect location to explore the resort of Protaras, the neighbouring town of Ayia Napa and beyond to the whole island. Here’s our
recommended things to see and do throughout your stay:
One of Cyprus’ highlights, the national park is full of natural beauty. From the Sea Caves to Lover’s bridge and Ayioi Anargyroi Chapel, there are many sights to see. Best explored by foot, along the hiking trails, or by bicycle (rent at reception). The views are unforgettable and provide you with amazing photos to keep forever.
The east coast of Cyprus is famous for having beautiful beaches. Very close to Cavo Zoe is Konnos Beach inside Cape Grecko. Fig Tree Bay is
a blue flag beach in the centre of Protaras and Nissi Beach is a lively beach in Ayia Napa. All with white sands and crystal clear waters, watersports,
cafes and toilets, so you can spend the whole day enjoying our paradise!
Scuba diving and snorkelling Green Bay is right on our doorstep and is a popular spot for turtles to be spotted in summer months. You can learn to scuba dive or snorkel and explore the turquoise calm of the Mediterranean. Alternatively head out for a day at sea on a boat trip with swim stops at the Blue Lagoon! Ayia Napa Sculpture Park Located at the entrance to Ayia Napa, the sculpture park and its adjoining cactus park offer
a beautiful setting for a stroll with stunning, panoramic views. The sculpture park consists of a large collection of pieces by over 50 artists from all
over the world.
Mount Olympus is the highest point of the island and the Troodos mountains offer a range of activities for those that want to explore a little further afield. Hiking, wine-tasting, kayaking or even visiting traditional villages to see Halloumi-making or tasting home-cooked Cyprus delights! There are so
many natural beauties to see whilst experiencing the generous hospitality of the locals.
Cyprus is predominantly Greek Orthodox and there are many churches to be found in every village, town and city on the island. Some of these churches and monasteries date back as far as the 11th century. In Protaras some of the most note-worthy are Profitis Ilias, which sits on top of a hill with views overlooking Protaras, Agios Nikolas which is located on a peninsular jutting out over the sea and Agia Thekla which is built next to one of the most beautiful beaches in the area.
There are a number of great villages in the area that host local festivals and have traditional tavernas, making the region a great place to explore. The area is known for its cultivation of various agricultural products for which locals host a number of festivals, including watermelon, potato, taro root and strawberries. Lying close to the coast, these villages (Sotira, Derynia, Avgorou and Frenaros) will bring you some of the best of Cypriot culture and provide an escape from the bustling cities of th