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Protaras, City Centre intro. Protaras was once an empty wasteland sat next to a gorgeous sandy beach but today this resort in Cyprus has been purpose built into a tourist destination and gateway to the nearby party town of Ayia Napa. The resort is quieter than its rowdy counterpart and a popular destination for families and couples alike who stay in Protaras hotels during the peak season when the weather is sunny and warm. The resort is built specifically for holidaymakers and as such, it sees many package holidaymakers. Visitors will find plenty to do in the city centre, with a huge variety of shops, bars and restaurants. Beaches are close by, and the waters offer scuba divers the chance to explore underwater caves. Families can go to see Magic Dancing Waters, a water city in the centre of Protaras which is situated on 2,000 square metres of water. The city centre backs Fig Tree Bay, one of the most popular beaches on Cyprus’ southeast coast.