Ayia Napa Nightlife

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    Night Life in Ayia Napa: Party Time

    by greekcypriot Written Nov 2, 2014

    Whilst Ayia Napa has cleaned up its act from the hedonism of the ‘noughties’ there is still a good time to be had.
    The centre, tranquil during the heat of the day, comes alive around 11pm and later still the streets are heaving with partygoers.

    There’s bars and clubs to suit all tastes and with internationally renowned DJs playing the clubs in the summers you will find no better party zones anywhere in Europe.

    Enjoy your night, don’t party to excess, you will regret it in the morning.
    Far better to remember you had a fantastic night and be ready to do it again the next night!

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  • Teasers Dance Bar: Best Place For Party

    by IonescuM Written Mar 29, 2014

    Brand new bar opening for summer 2011 and beyond. Brand new eqipments, well trained and experienced staff to make you feel welcome, great party atmosphere to make you have a good time and 2 massive bars to serve you with coctails of your choice

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    (Many restaurants): Dance Tradition is popular in Cyprus

    by greekcypriot Updated Apr 15, 2011

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    Cyprus also has rich musical and dance traditions quite distinctive from those of Greece. Instruments that typically accompany folk dances are the violin and laouto, a lute with four double strings played with the quill of an eagle or vulture. Many Cyprus dances are performed face-to-face and as a suite. Both men and women are very nimble-footed and the dances often allude to village courtship rituals - and are therefore most popular at wedding ceremonies in Cyprus.

    Hardly a week goes by in Cyprus without a celebration of some sort, whether it is a colourful festival or homage to a saint on one of the numerous 'name' days. The 'Panigiri', a traditional open-air fete, takes place mainly in the Cyprus villages on the occasion of a saint's name day.

    (see my video)Dancing and singing in Cyprus!

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    Can be found anywhere!: Nightlife till the Morning Hours!

    by greekcypriot Updated Apr 15, 2011

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    Tourists usually plan their afternoon siesta if they are to make the most of the sensational nightlife for which the resort has become so popular worldwide.

    Locals and Tourists appreciate good life and this comes to the fore after the beautiful sunsets with bars, discos, nightclubs and bouzouki clubs which remain open till the morning hours.

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    Grabbarna Grus: Fun atmosphere and good drinks

    by glamourprincess Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Grabbarna Grus is infamous for its party atmosphere. It attracts mostly Scandinavian people as the concept is Swedish. It's an outside bar located in one of the barstreets. The theme is stone age with faux leopard-fur-pillows and cushions, "stone" tables and bar, and lots of plants. The toilets are horrible though. They have an amazing variety of drinks, with fun names and combinations, and they're actually the best ones I've tried in Ayia Napa. The sea breeze was refreshing (the drink that is). It is not sophisticated (is any place in Ayia Napa?) and there's a lot of drunk, silly people, but the atmosphere is unbeatable. They play lots of different Scandinavian hits (such as sing-along tunes, Melody Grand Prix songs, national anthems - embarrasing!) and of course International pop-hits. The place is always packed. Prices (on drinks) are a bit higher than average (I think) but they're worth it. The bar close quite early, but people carry off to other places afterwards so the party continues. Be aware of posters/photos/cd's/t-shirts etc. they have for sale because they may ask you to pay in advance blaming that it's not ready yet and tell you that they will mail it to you when you get home.. that won't happen!

    Dress Code: None ..as far as I know..but keep your shirt on (just in case)

    Grabbarna Grus Great drinks! It was very popular.. Live entertainment..
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    Grabbarna Grus: Caveman fun!

    by kixon Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    A unbelievable bar! My friend warned me that if I would go there when I get to Ayia I wouldn't go anywhere else, and he was partially right, I forced my self to go somewhere else so I would proove hjim wrong in the end! The bar is a scandinavian bar with no roof, it's a open bar with aircondition so you can actually dance there without getting a warmattack. The music was pretty the same all week, but it was fun to hear the songs all over again everynight, and the boys enjoyed it alot, since it was easier to dance to something they've heard before! Every night, on the bar, which had a roof, there was a fireshow which was great. the guides from tjareborg held a show and a widescreen showed videos from recent events in ayia napa. The drinks were cheap and the Grabbarna Grus guys were so nice! The bar closed at 2, if I'm right, and then you could get tickets to other bars from Grabbarna, where everyone then went to continue partying! All beachparties and partycruises started and ended there aswell. The bar was close to a 24/7 open diner, and we had english breakfast every night after partying.. My friend was right, it was the best place to be in, but probably only for scandinavians, coz we never saw one single person from another country than the very north of europe..

    Dress Code: Nothing really, just behave inside the bar, don't start any fights, coz you'll get thrown fast as f*** out of there :D

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    The Old Wreck Inn: Fun Fun Fun

    by cheekymarieh Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a great place for snacks in the day time and cocktails in the evening. It caters for young and old alike.

    Major sports events are shown on the TV, there is sometimes karaoke, and some times entertainment from the staff.

    Dress Code: Anythings goes

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  • Bedrock!!!!!!!: Places not to be missed!

    by wildcat123 Written Nov 24, 2008

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    Me and my girlfriends hit Ayia Napa in July 2008. We were all 17 then. Simply the happiest time ever ever ever.

    LOVED the nightlife and especially Bedrock! Flintstones themed and we would always end up there - no matter if at the start of the night we made a pact that we "Will not end up in Bedrock tonight - we'll find somewhere just as good" This pact always failed as we just could not tear ourselves away.

    Bedrock is not to be missed! Let the good times roll!

    Dress Code: Usual Napa - summer - dressy atire.

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  • ..: Help With Age Limits!

    by joealbery Written May 5, 2008

    Hey, im off to ayia napa in late june, im only 16 and i look 16 as well. im with the lads will we be able to hit the big clubs like the castle club etc? i got into car wash and senior frogs and stuff like that but i was wondering if big clubs will let me in.

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  • Guru bar: Stylish experience

    by parischr Written Mar 10, 2008

    Guru bar is a discovery in Ayia Napa. It is an al fresco bar, a lounge bar and a restaurant for romantic dining. The food is superb the service friendly but all was an experience.The decor the light and the music was well researched. DJ Ravin from the Buddha bar was playing there when we visited. We bought the Guru bar cds.

    Dress Code: Casual chic, summer wear. If there are fashion people around in Ayia Napa, you will find them at Guru.

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    All around Ayia Napa: Dont leave without getting pissed

    by M.E.R.V Updated Apr 17, 2007

    As the picture in the main page describes, the nightlife of this town is just superrrr--duperrr! Gosh, there are just too many here to choose from and many of them offering free drinks. There is this one imitating the Coyote Ugly girls and incidentally, called the Coyotes Bar!

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    Ambassaden: Good offer on drinks

    by glamourprincess Written Sep 14, 2006

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    Translated: the ambassy. The name is Scandinavian and it also had Scandinavian flags, but the guests were British and German. They played commercial club and pop-hits on the first floor. It is not a fancy club or anything, it's quite worn down, a pub-like place to go for a few drinks. We went there every night because they had a great drink offer, buy 1 drink and get 4 free shots. I think it was meant to be 2 free shots, but we always got 4.. The drinks were horrible, too strong and just..yuck. There was a podium in the bar with a pole, it was popular among drunk British girls to go up there and dance for a free drink. So if you want a lot of drinks for your bucks, this is a great place to start.. But move on, because there are better places to spend the night!

    Dress Code: None

    The shots tasted horrible, but hey they're free!
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  • Minnows Bar: Place to Start the Party

    by Holmezzi Written Jul 31, 2006

    We spent many a night in this listening to tunes spinned by DJ Bad Boy Stephan. Rap and Hip Hop were on the cards most nights as well as Sambucca and Dentist Chairs!! This place was a really good place to start!

    Dress Code: Whatever you Want

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  • Gas club: Serious Grime

    by Holmezzi Written Jul 31, 2006

    Gas Club was where the shear grimey would happen, nights by Roll Deep & Pay as you go would play the grimest garage around. This was also where i spent my 21st Birthday, at the MC's Convention with Skibba & Shabba D!! The charm about this place is it is a small intermit venue where the artists were right in front of you!.

    Dress Code: Casual

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  • Insomnia: One for the Hardcore

    by Holmezzi Written Jul 31, 2006

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    This is the place to go if you are hardcore! It opens at 5am in the morning and shuts at about 9 or 10am!! The first hour was always the hardest to get through but if you could manage it, then you were off! The garage stars (Heartless Crew, Pay As You Go, Slimzee, Roll Deep the list goes on) had there after parties at, its cool as they would just mingle with the crowd!!

    Dress Code: Smart & Sexy!

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