Nappa King – Protras – Famagusta – Cape Greco

Nappa King setting sail for Famagusta

Nappa King setting sail for Famagusta

Nappa King about to set sail

Nappa King about to set sail

Famagusta seen from afar

Famagusta seen from afar

The Nappa King sails from the pier at Protras to Famagusta, then to Cape Greco.

On the way to Famugusta, passengers are picked up from a little jetty at Penera. This saves a 15 minute walk along the coast path. A pleasant enough walk, but not so pleasant when the temperature hits 40C.

Famagusta is viewed from afar.

Famagusta is a ghost town. It has been left in a derelict state ever since the Turks invaded the island in 1974. An illegal invasion to which the rest of the world turns a blind eye.

Caves are viewed at Cape Greco. Napa King then drops anchor in Blue Lagoon for swimming.

The trips last two hours. Two sailings from Protaras Pier, one in the morning at 11am and one in the afternoon at 2pm. On Tuesday and Saturday evening there is a trip at 6pm to watch the sun setting, then as it turns dark, to view the stars.

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2 Responses to “Nappa King – Protras – Famagusta – Cape Greco”

  1. gregory gregoriou Says:

    THE BEST BOAT TRIP WITH THE BEST VALUE

  2. MARIO ADVENTURE Says:

    THE BEST BOAT WITH GLASS BOTTOM AND QUARIUM ON BOARD

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