Cyprus Mail

Wi-Fi on the beaches

IN COOPERATION with the Municipality of Paralimni CyTA has expanded its network for wireless Wi-Fi access along the beachfront of Protaras, giving the opportunity for Cypriots and foreign tourists to enjoy easy and fast internet connection.

The network also works in Larnaca along the Mackenzie beach and the Phinikoudes seafront.

Customers of Cytanet can have free and unlimited access to Wi-Fi, using their personal codes. To obtain and enable their passwords, they should call 80008080 or 132.

Other interested parties can purchase connection time and will be given passwords by CyTA.

Also, in Protaras visitors may obtain passwords along with the rental of sun beds and umbrellas, following an agreement with the Municipality of Paralimni .

More information about the service and the locations of the Cytanet Wireless hotspots where access can be purchased can be found at:

Meanwhile, the municipality of Ayia Napa is offering free parking at all beaches within its boundaries, and at the harbour, for the month of August.

The offer is in the framework of a series of steps to show the appreciation of visitors to Ayia Napa, the municipality announced.

Recently, the municipality has also started issuing yearly passes for beaches. With only €50, a visitor can use an umbrella and two sunbeds for unlimited times during a 12-month period.

According to Yiannis Karousos, the mayor of Ayia Napa, “the municipality’s revenue from the management of umbrellas and beds will enable us to further enhance the tourist product of Ayia Napa and to implement new projects. “

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