The night life!!!!
There's no dearth of them in Limmasol.There's a 12 mile long road FULL of them on either side of the road...and u can pretty much walk in anywhr. the music blares out !!. but its the latest stuff catering to the yung things!! visiting from England.. Ministry of Sound and all... Places start shutting by 1.30 am tho some places are up till 4.00am. There's lots of "Ladies Bars"..nice decent but run by the local Russian Mafia...and a rip off on drinks. Especially watch what u order for the "Lady" sitting next to you becos it ll lways be the most expensive 10 pound drink!!!!!...
Dress Code: Wear anything fashionable...tho even jeans and a polo will do...rags are a no no
Any you choose: Banging heads in the morning
After a year in Cyprus I found that for a good family night out on the East Coast is Protaris, Ayia Napa is for the kids.......most places offer free drinks with the drinks you order....it's not very strong but after the 40th free one you won't care what it tastes like....Local spirits and beer are cheap....Imported spirits and beers have a bigger price tag. Go fot the Keo beer it's cheap and after the second pint you don't care how it tastes
Dress Code: Flip flops, shorts and shirt
Elvis Karaoke Bar: The King's in Cyprus!!
Elvis is your host for the night at this great karaoke bar! It's not that big and can get quite crowded but it's definately a laugh! The cocktails are great with a wide choice and the option to have a massive 'fishbowl' cocktail.....which should be re-named 'fishtank' as they're huge!!....with novelty pipe cleaner animals and sparklers as decorations of course!!
Dress Code: Elvis costumes optional!!
hot cup cafe: typically cyprus
on the main road east of paphos lies the hot cup cafe - everything you want here for a friendly family orientated establishment.
made to feel very welcome by costas the owner and his staff and family.
all live sporting events can be seen here
plenty of beer, wines cocktails ( kids cocktails ) and great food
Dress Code: casual
Lion's Garden: Famagusta's student nightlife
every week good djs play electronic music at this place. decoration is very good. admitance fee is about 12 dollars (girls don't pay this fee) plus 2.5 dollars each beer, so students must save some money during week to have a good time there.Related to:
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The town of Ayia Napa: Party 'til you puke!
In the centre of Ayia Napa ther is a old 11th century monastery and a small plaza. Around this most of the bigger nightclubs are located. But all over town there is karaokebars, pubs, strange looking bars, swedish bars, german bars, brittish bars - it has it all! It's impossible to pick out a specific place. I think there is over 150 bars and nightclubs in this small town. Heaven on earth for the party hungry tourist.
Protaras / Pernera
The night life is more relaxed here. It is more orienatated to couples and those with families. There are numerous bars and restaurants to chose from.
My two recommended bars in the Pernera area would be:
Knights Pub - if you want something lively (they also serve good food)
Nautilus Inn - if you want something more relaxed
As for bars in the main part of Protaras, you should give the following a try:
The Greenery (usually have a happy hour for cocktails ... try Protaras By Night)
Fools and Horses (as the name suggests another theme bar based on the TV show)
For restaurants in Pernera you can't go far wrong at:
Kartanas Restaurant - good chicken dishes and also the meze is worth trying
Steak And Ale House - which as its name implies specialises in steak though the chicken dishes are equally as good.
And further down in Protaras it is worth trying:
Anatolia on the main road - if you can eat all of the meze I'd like to meet you! It is a challenge that had me beaten!
Dress Code: Feel free to wear anything you want. There is no particular dress code.
Ayia Napa: Ayia Napa
If you want nightlife this is the place to go. You can start the night off at 8pm and party on until 8am the next morning. The resort has being marketed as the next Ibiza with clubs increasing their prices according to the DJ on show.
Clubs range from house and garage music to original 70's disco style. You will often find people dancing on the bars - though it is very rare that the average Cypriot will be up there with you (even when it is them that drags you up in the first place!!!)
My Recommended Bars:
Trotters (so called because of Only Fools & Horses)
The Organ Grinder (where you can sit and watch the action in the Main Square)
Bedrock (a themed Flinstone bar noted for its karaoke)
As for clubs, well I would head for Carwash for its seventies and eighties music (is that a sign of my age!), and River Reggae (an outdoors venue perfect in summer)
Dress Code: Anything goes in Ayia Napa - from short skirts and minimalistic tops to 70s disco clothes. In September/ October I always feel overdressed because I have something warm on!Related to:
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Rising sun bar: For a good pint of Guinness
For a good pint of guinness ,which in winter us hard to come by on this island -try the rising sun bar ,also has large screen tv which regularly shows the latest films and sport.nice large ,with good sized terrace also serves meals with friendly staff
Car Wash: Nightclubs
Now I'm not really into night clubs but this place turned out to be a laugh
Plenty of "hands in the air" and "ladies on the bar" to the tunes of days gone by.
Some of the lads even knew all the words to the Boney M songs, which was slightly worrying.
Dress Code: Casual. Although with the ladies, it was wear as little as possible, which is not always a bad thing!
There are good nightlife spots...
There are good nightlife spots in Cyprus.In Kyrenia,Kyrenia Harbour is the most attractive place at nights.There are many music bars,restaurants..You can sit near the harbour for drinking something!
There are also many discos,and music clubs in Kyrenia such as Mare Monte Disco,Sun set Disco,Millenium in Famagusta,Camelot open air disco,Chatti bar etc..
Ayia Napa there is the square...
Ayia Napa there is the square which is buzzing. for late nights 12am untiol 7am there is river reggae but do not get there until 4am.
Paphos its mainly retaurant based but there are some clubs.
Ayia Napa buzzing.
Dress Code: Casual and smart caual in some places.
If U like R&B music I know...
If U like R&B music I know where to go, we partied a lot in Black and White club. Also the others in the area are great one.
The staff was friendly and you felt yourself home
Dress Code: usual club clothing, but it quite openminded. NOrmally people are there on summertime, but I don´t regomment a shorts etc.
Ayia Napa is a unique place....
Ayia Napa is a unique place. It is filled with clubs and bars. My favourite clubs are Pzazz and Black and White. After clubs go to Reggae River to chill and lie down by the pool.
If you enjoy the nightlife, then you absolutely have to visit Ayia Napa in Cyprus. It's the capital of uk garage, famour djs and mcs go there during summer to entertain the public.
Dress Code: Anything from skimpy to classy. Cypriots like to dress smart, and some clubs have a dress code. Not many clubs care about dress codes during summer, because it's too hot to wear smart clothes
Ayia Napa is the most...
Ayia Napa is the most touristic city in south-eastern corner of the island. At night, pubs, clubs and discos are numerous. Great atmosphere but lots of noise and 'drunk' people.
Protaras seems more quiet. And Paphos, the 3rd largest resort area is dedicated to older people.
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