Ammochostos is a region of fertile red soil, old windmills, and fabulous beaches. The best-known is Agia Napa, the Mediterranean's new centre of clubbing. Agia Napa's nightlife is already legendary. But it also has a beautiful 16th century monastery and the breathtaking Cape Gkreko. North of that are the villages of Liopetri, known for its basket-making traditions Sotira, with its small 15th and 16th century churches and Dherynia with its Folk Art Museum and the Cultural Centre of the occupied town of Famagusta. The whitewashed inland town of Paralimni contrasts with its modern beach resort of Protaras, known also for its windmills spread in the fields among the hotels. Protaras, the tourist area of Paralimni, is one of the loveliest areas of Cyprus extending along the eastern coast of Paralimni. To be precise, Protaras is the name of a picturesque bay with crystal-clear waters, white-gold sand and a small island about 100 metres from the beach. This bay is known to foreigners as the Fig Tree Bay. In recent years, due to its rapid development, the whole tourist area of Paralimni Municipality has been called Protaras. This extends for approximately 10 kilometres beginning in the north in the Kapparis locality and ending in the south in the Konnos area. Other areas along this coast are the Ayia Triada bay, Vrysoythkia bay, Pernera bay, the islands and others. This area was, and still is, the most productive region of Paralimni.

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