Ayia Napa

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Ayia Napa

(ˌaɪjə ˈnæpə)
n
(Placename) a coastal resort in SE Cyprus. Pop: 9500 (2004 est)
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As for both the combined development of the new Port and Marina in Larnaca and the Marina in Agia Napa, these are in the final stages of the negotiation phase with the selected investors.
Saturday: Doxa Katokopias vs Ermis Aradippou (5pm), Ethnikos Achnas vs Agia Napa (7pm)
The Mayor also referred to the bus routes (Wine Express), supported by the CTO, and scheduled to transfer residents of Nicosia, Larnaca, Agia Napa and Paphos to the Wine Festival for free.
The Irishmen were first taken inside where they were treated for their injuries and were then taken separately to Agia Napa and Xylofagou police stations, where they were kept in overnight.
He did admit, however, there were some "open wounds" that led to complaints from visitors, such as the intense noise pollution in resorts such as Agia Napa and Protaras.
We received a complaint from a Dutch man, who had entered a site of some Arabic name and made a booking at an apartment resort in Agia Napa, which in the end didn't exist.
According to the minister, who yesterday briefed the House Commerce Committee on the matter, the government is determined to complete the Limassol, Paphos and Agia Napa marinas as soon as possible.
Contract award: open tender for the supply of beds and umbrella sea, tables and ashtrays umbrella for the needs of the municipality of agia napa, nr.
The final game of the round will take place between leaders APOEL and bottom of the table Agia Napa on Monday night.
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation will provide free transportation to the festival during the two weekends from Nicosia, Larnaca, Agia Napa and Paphos.
Shoppers and nightlife lovers, meanwhile, flock to Pafos, Limassol or Agia Napa, south of Famagusta.
KITION APHRODITE CULTURAL ROUTELarnaka (Larnaca) and the Agia Napa area offer a combination of visits; the main archaeological site is Kition -- Kathari, where visitors can explore the links of the ancient city of Kition with the Goddess Kyprida Aphrodite and the area's ties to the sea.