Ayia Napa is the most touristic place on the Island.It attracts a large number of tourists, the majority of whom are British, Russian, Scandinavian, Greek, German, Swiss, Israeli and Lebanese. Recently, there has been an increase in tourist arrivals from Italy, France, Serbia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, which make for an interesting, multicultural crowd. Almost every beach in Ayia Napa has been awarded the ‘EU blue flag’ for its level of cleanliness and available facilities. Ayia Napa is home to the biggest waterpark in Europe. Ayia Napa also boasts one the best nightlifes in Europe. With a wide choice of clubs and over 80 bars, there truly is something for everyone in Ayia Napa.