Cyprus Mail

Ambulance stationed at Napa square to aid tourists

An ambulance service has been stationed at Ayia Napa square every night from 7pm until 7am for the safety of tourists, the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) said on Monday.

The ambulance has been offered by the ministry of health with the financial support of the CTO until the end of August.

The popular resort has seen boom in younger arrivals this year with big-name music attractions.”The ambulance service has already offered help to a significant number of visitors.

Foreign tourists, tourism professionals, the Ayia Napa municipality and foreign embassies in Cyprus have already responded positively to its presence,” the CTO said.The service was put in place as part of suggestions from the British High Commission  which has been working with Ayia Napa on the summer campaign to ensure the safety of young tourists. Feedback from tourists has also been positive, the CTO said.


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