The Ayia Napa Sea caves are signposted on the main road between Protaras and Ayia Napa, and a small dirt track takes you down towards the coast. If you take a hire car, we would advise that you leave it a little way from the cliff top to avoid damaging the undercarriage as there is some rugged terrain.
So why not enjoy a slightly different type of Cypriot day out at the sea cavern ayia napa while visiting the island that is full of natural beauty all year round.
On holiday in Cyprus, in or around the Ayia Napa area? A great place to explore for the day is the Ayia Napa sea caves that are located close to Cape Grecko.
The Ayia Napa Sea caves are a remarkable place of natural beauty, their unique appearance is a result of the sea waves crashing into the cliffs and creating the inlets, caves and archways that we see today. For those of you looking for a more adventurous or activity filled holiday, these cave are a great place to start. However, we would advise that you wear some good footwear as some of the caves run rather deep.
Access to the sea caves is by one of two routes. Either you climb down the rocks, or alternatively you can take a plunge into the crystal clear Mediterranean Sea from the cliffs above. This latter option is usually reasonably safe as the water is deep however, you must seek out local advice at the time, and do not do this if you at all worried or a weak swimmer.
The sea caves make great picture postcard moments on the island - the turquoise blue sea, the white foam of the breaking waves set amidst the bright limestone cliffs are quite a spectacle to behold.