10 Things To Do In Cyprus At Night - Updated 2024

things to do in cyprus at night
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One of the best things about being on holiday is the change of scenery and a break from your day to day routine, which for me means getting up later in the day and staying up late and enjoying the evenings and nighttime of the country I am exploring. Cyprus, or the sunny island as I like to call it, has plenty to offer, especially at night. So read on for a little inspiration of what to do at night when visiting this beautiful island.

1. The Kyrenia Venetian Harbour

Kyrenia Harbour
Source: Photo by Flickr user CthreeA Cyprus used under CC BY 2.0

Kyrenia has a beautiful harbor and the castle next to it is sometimes called the “Jewel of Cyprus.” A visit here, especially in the evening, is simply delightful. The harbor is surrounded by restaurants and bars that have been developed from buildings that were once Venetian dwellings or carob warehouses.

The buildings have been very delicately modernized preserving their history. You won’t find loud music or night clubs here. The restaurants serve delicious, simple Turkish Cypriot cuisine with the emphasis being on locally caught fish. The Venetian tower, on the western side of the castle by the harbor entrance, is a veritable Aladdin’s cave of Turkish and Turkish Cypriot wares. Here you can purchase anything from a beautiful carpet or kilim to a simple Nazar (the evil eye) for good luck.

The Kyrenia Venetian Harbour

Address: Kyrenia, Cyprus

Phone Number: +905338326031

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2. The Wooden Pub in Paphos

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Beautiful day for a beer

Posted by The Wooden Pub on Tuesday, March 8, 2022

What better way to spend an evening than in a small and cozy pub located near the harbor, where you can chat with a loved one. This pub isn’t in a very crowded part of the city and it is close to the sea. What better way to enjoy your drink than to hear the sound of the waves in the background? This pub serves real ale.

There is also a large variety of bottled beers from around the world along with a decent selection of tap beers and ciders. If beer and ales are not your thing, then you will find cocktails here as well. All drinks are reasonably priced and always served with a smile. Take a gentle stroll one evening and head in for relaxation.

The Wooden Pub in Paphos

Address: Poseidonos Ave, Paphos, Cyprus

Phone Number: +357 99 655681

Website: The Wooden Pub

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3. Famagusta's historic Old Town

Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Zairon used under CC BY-SA 4.0

The city of Famagusta is an outstanding example of medieval architecture, one full day spent in Famagusta will reveal the history of Cyprus in a nutshell. Visiting somewhere so rich and deep in history feels that extra bit special as dusk descends and that is the feeling most get when they step into Famagusta. This town has narrow streets to wander and explore and an old Catholic Church, which has been converted into a mosque. There is a tree dating back to the 13th century. If you want a peaceful evening, where you can relax, sip a drink and look at buildings rich in history, a visit here is a must.

Famagusta's historic Old Town

Address: Famagusta, Famagusta, Cyprus

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4. Ta Piatakia in Limassol

Editor’s note: Establishment is permanently closed.

If you can, a visit one evening to Ta Piatakia in Limassol should not be missed. The food put simply is out of this world. It is mezze with a twist!

There are unusual and interesting combinations, everything is delicious and most recommend the duck and the calamari. The restaurant has something pretty special, a wine room where you get to pick out your own bottle! If you enjoy combinations of delicious food, combining ingredients you wouldn’t have thought of, you will not want to miss this.

Ta Piatakia in Limassol

Address: Nikodimou Milona 7, 3095 Limassol, Cyprus

Website: Ta Piatakia. Limassol

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5. Selimiye Mosque in Nicosia

Nicosia Selimiye Mosque 02
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user MatthiasKabel used under CC BY-SA 3.0

Enter Selimiye Mosque and immediately feel at peace and feast your eyes on the beautiful interior of the building. This mosque was historically known as Cathedral of Saint Sophia, a former Roman Catholic cathedral, which was converted into a mosque. It is the main mosque in Nicosia.

In total, the mosque has the capacity to hold 2,500 worshipers. All are welcome to visit, but everyone should remove footwear before entering. Wear suitable clothing: no shorts, tank tops, or miniskirts and ladies should wear a head scarf. There is clothing (trousers and headscarves) for use at the entrance.

Selimiye Mosque in Nicosia

Address: Selimiye Sk, Lefkoşa, Nicosia

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6. Rockafellas Bar in Paralimni

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Rockafellas Bar on Saturday, May 20, 2017

If live acts, live sports on TV, and good beer sound like a good evening, then a visit to Rockafellas Bar is a must for you. The acts are always good and the atmosphere even better. The service from the staff is really friendly and quick.

Rockafellas Bar in Paralimni

Address: 42 Protaras Road, Protaras, Paralimni, Cyprus

Website: Rockafellas Bar

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7. La Maison Fleurie in Limassol

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Tournedos Rossini: Bonne filet au foie gras de canard!

Posted by La Maison Fleurie Limassol Cyprus on Wednesday, May 8, 2019

There are not many places where you can go to eat and feel as if you are sitting in a completely different country but that is what has been said about this restaurant. Described as a little piece of France in Cyprus, this restaurant serves exceptional French cuisine, topped with friendly service and garnished with the captivating French decor.

La Maison Fleurie in Limassol

Address: Christaki Kranou 18, Limassol, Cyprus

Phone Number: +357 25 320680

Website: La Maison Fleurie

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8. Flintstones Bar in Paphos

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Another successful wig and hat charity event has gone by. We are delighted to announce that we manage to collect €1530....

Posted by Flintstones Bar Paphos on Sunday, September 23, 2018

The Flintstones Bar is modeled after the classic family cartoon and is filled with statues and prints of the cartoon characters. A wide variety of drinks is served. The Flintstones Bar is fun and friendly and even younger guests can enjoy kiddie cocktails. There’s a pool table for your enjoyment and screens playing sporting matches too.

Flintstones Bar in Paphos

Address: Agiou Dionysiou, 8042 Paphos, Cyprus

Phone Number: +357 26 943114

Website: Flintstones Bar

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9. Secret Garden Wine and Coffee Bar in Larnaka

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Secret Garden Wine & Coffee Bar on Monday, August 1, 2016

Directly opposite the historic St. Lazarus Church in Larnaka is The Secret Garden Wine and Coffee Bar. There is a wide selection of wines, as well as local and imported beers, available both by the bottle and by the glass, though it is not a bar which focuses so much on the wide selection rather than the general atmosphere. If you are feeling a bit peckish, there is a good selection of snacks from simple toasted sandwiches to elaborate ciabatta sandwiches and their very own Secret Garden platter which could be enough to feed a whole family.

Secret Garden Wine and Coffee Bar in Larnaka

Address: 28 Saint Lazarus,, Larnaca, Cyprus

Phone Number: +357 24 103078

Website: Secret Garden Wine and Coffee Bar in Larnaka

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10. Wine tasting in Larcana (from USD 35.0)

You can spend an evening unwinding and sipping wine. If you ever wanted to know about grape variety, where the wine comes from and which wine is served best with which food, then this wine tasting evening is a good place to start. Enjoy the wines served with light snacks and an optional cheese platter. The cellar is situated in the center of the old part of Larnaca city, just a 2-minute walk away from the famous Church of Saint Lazarus. After the wine tasting, you can enjoy a walk around the old part of the city before the mini bus will transfer you back to your hotel.

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Tasting 10 + 1 CYPRUS WINES including transfers only from Larnaca

Duration: 2 hours

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As night falls in Cyprus

Source: Photo by user Krzysztof Belczyński used under CC BY-SA 2.0

There are a variety of things for you to do. The difficult choice is deciding what to do first!

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