Most nights, you'll find up to 12 gorgeous hostesses, from all over Europe, to keep you company if you buy them a drink ... The girls are always in the mood to party, they're just waiting for a good reason, and the more you party, the more they do 😉 and the girls love to dance, so they're happy to dance on the poles, tease with a lap dance, give you a wicked Fireshow, or maybe a little private dance?
Start off with the Monkey Jump, a simple 6 ft platform leap ... slip down the Curvy Water Jungle Slide ... step it up onto the Monkey Bounce a small trampoline then a little more extreme with the Gorilla Bounce, a 12 ft high trampoline into the Med ... The Tarzan Swing is my fav ... and if you wanna be brave, dive off the Gorilla Jump, a 14 ft high platform, that's high enough for a double somersault !!!
Absolutely everyone is welcome, and there's a cool mix of locals, ex pats and visitors from every thinkable country, something to do with the ambience, probably 😉 oh and of all ages coz they make awesome Smoothies here too! In fact, Andreas and the crew are impeccable hosts, always with a smile and on the menu 20 Hot Coffees by Hausbrandt of Italy, Cappuccino for me, perfect ... most of them can be served chilled too.
The setting is as good as on the beach, it's a traditional village house with alcoves and arches edging the shaded patio out front, overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean sea. The ambience is relaxed outside and continues inside, with comfy lounge style sofas and 4 huge TV screens to watch all the live sports, there's a pool room with plenty of seating and two lovely open fires to keep your toes warm in the winter.
It's a picturesque setting, with the restaurant literally on the riverbank, overlooking the fishing shelter, on the estuary of the Liopetri River aka 'Potamos', with stunning views stretching all the way to Cape Greko. Inside, traditional, comfortable seating, fresh fish fridges, old photos on walls, and outside on the terrace with decking, where their two fishing boats are docked, seating for around 150 diners, lined with umbrellas for a little shade, and with the sea just a few metres away. you couldn't find a more perfect setting to eat fish! btw, Haris and Margaritas' grandfather Nicolas opened this delightful beachside location in Potamos 50 years ago, so all the local fishermen could enjoy their days' catch, and btw, they still do.
Getting a round in ... There's four fantastic 18 hole courses on the island, and visitors are often surprised by the standard of the greens here...
The Cypriots are passionate about football, especially the big competitions, and follow the big European clubs huddled around big TVs. The last decade has...
This place is down to earth, small, cosy, friendly, it traditionally British and totally blue !
Captain Andreas takes you along the coast for a 2 Hour 30 minute mini cruise, first as far as you can go to the UN line to see the Ghost City of Famagusta, where you'll learn about the history of what happened and why it's still empty after over 40 years, and it's told in 3 languages, English, Russian and French, brilliant !