CHURCH OF ST. ELIAS
Built in the 80s, St. Elias roosts atop a 100-metre hill that you can scale via a 150-step stairway. It’s not a challenge to take lightly, especially in the summertime, but once you get to the top you’ll know what the fuss is about.
The whole southeastern tip of Cyprus is a natural park and one of the island’s great beauty spots. You can tackle the cape on land or by water, and both methods will get you close to the cinematic scenery.
THE DANCING FOUNTAINS
This is one of Protaras’ special features that is well known even outside of Cyprus. The show is made up of about 20 thousand illuminated water jets that whimsically weave through the air, and soar to heights of 12m as they dance to music. It attracts a huge audience every year.