WHEATSHEAF PUB: The cheapest karaoke in Paphos!
If its Karaoke you want then give The Wheatsheaf a try thousands of songs for all ages & the cheapest drinks in Paphos, good music, good company & George & Julie are exelent hosts, catering for every taste in music from 50"s 60"s 70"s 80"s.
It closes at 3 after midnight.
Dress Code: Dress casually.
The Bar Street in Paphos
Paphos has plently of nightlife as there is a whole street dedicated to clubs and bars and believe it or not this is called Bar Street. It is great for all ages but mostly teens frequent them.
So when in Paphos, search for this road and choose the one you like most.
Club Emporium: Nightlife at Ayia Napa
The coastal towns and cities of the Republic of Cyprus where many foreign tourists are staying have never been short of fascinating nightlife after sunset. There are hundreds of elegant nightclubs, discos and bars located in towns and districts such as Fig Tree Bay and Ayia Napa to choose from.
One of the best nightclubs at Ayia Napa that can be recommended to local and foreign tourists is Club Emporium. Details of the nightclub are listed below. Opening hours are between 12.00 midnight and 4.00 a.m. nightly during the summer months. The club has been opened to the public since 1996.
The prestigious and impressive restaurants are also competing for customers and do not want to be left out! It seems the Chinese restaurants are competing with each other for diners as well as for prestige. Many of the Chinese restaurants at Fig Tree Bay and Ayia Napa are brightly and beautifully illuminated at night as depicted in our photograph above.
Dress Code: Casual wear is necessaryRelated to:
While being out in Paphos for 2months the place to be in bar street is Woody's great people gretat music.
Dress Code: No dress code! as such but they have a good crowd in there so you will want to dress to impress.Related to:
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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woodyz: fun fun fun
this is got to be the best bar in paphos. i worked there for a while and it was great fun. the staff there are a good laugh. it is definatly a bar not to be missed! good eye candy for the girls there too!!!!!!!!!!
Dress Code: any thing goes!!Related to:
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General NIghtlife: Limassol Nightlife
We heard some worrying news about the night life here and since we are between the ages of 25-29 we were not bored at all.
The better night club to go to is called The Basement - which plays funky house till 2am. Quite busy with a good mixture of locals and tourists.
We tended to start in Tonic for a quiet drink before we headed down to City Limits, then sometimes Rumours, and then across the road down to the Galetaxt Square (I think its called that). Walk passed the Ozzy bar down to the bottom bar for the best music.
For good entertainment or a big Karaoke Bar I would head to The Irish Bar, past Rumours. We went there one night and had a good laugh with an older couple we met there and we played pool upstairs against the locals. All good fun. The bar has a good atmosphere all round.
Drinks are not too bad, ranging from £1-£2 for Draught Lager and £1.50 - £3 for Vodka and Cokes. This is nothing compared to Ayia Napa!
Overall an enjoying time, no trouble at all.
Dress Code: Not too smart, would wear jeans or 3 quarter then combats if your a lad. Or general smart skirts/top if your a girl.Related to:
oooo: Music in Lefke
The music of Lefke includes a range of classical, folk and popular genres. Lefke in North Cyprus is becoming a generous host to cultural events. The island started to host many cultural events over the past few years. Today, Turkish music is a combination of classical art music, folk songs, Ottoman military music, Islamic hymns and the norms of western art music. Classical Turkish music is the courtly music of the Ottoman sultans that is an offspring of the Arabic and Persian traditions. One of the characteristics of Turkish classical and folk music, as well as the military music and the hymns, is being monophonic.
Dress Code: NO 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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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 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.
For a fantastic nighout, go to Ayia Napa on the eastern side of the island!
Ayia Napa, about 30 mins on the road from Larnaca is a party animal's dream come true. They have one of the best stretch of beaches on the island. But leave the sea alone at night! Ayia Napa is CRAZY with its many bars and clubs offering free shots in a way of luring customers to this extremely competitive nightspot! I must have behave like a complete *** from Mars that night. Spewing at least four times that night. Have fun!
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
The Square Pub, Protaras.: The Square Pub, Protaras.
Great service, friendly faces, first class entertainment, and good food at very reasonable prices.
Entertainment by Fat Sam and his troop with a different show for each night of the week and Neil on Karaoke.
Dress Code: Anything
I didn't really hit the...
I didn't really hit the nightspots as such although quite a few of our group did and said that some of them were quite good. One of the boys managed to go into the wrong sort of 'club' and couldn't understand why it was full of Russian women. The fact that it was next to the Port should have been a clue!
Many of the restauarants have extensive open air areas and either play music or provide entertainment such as a 'belly dancer' These girls were much better than those a saw in Turkey. There is little pressure on you to leave after you've finished your meal so you could spend all night in your restaurant. The most scenic restaurant was The Lemon Tree at Belapais, where you could sit on the roof with the Abbey gleaming beside you and the lights of Kyrenia twinkling below.
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