When the sun goes down on the Agios Tychonas beach, nightlife takes the stage. The seafront is full of restaurants as well as taverns, pubs, cafes and trendy clubs.
One of the most obvious traits of the combined Cypriot hospitality and the ‘good life’ motto of the locals are literally reflected on the dining table and the service.
Apart from the traditional Cypriot ‘meze’ offered in Cypriot taverns which deliciously present 20 to 30 small varying dishes, there are also French, Italian, Mexican and Chinese restaurants, not to forget Far Eastern cuisine.
Hotels provide excellence on every level of quality and services offered, often with special theme nights and live professional entertainment.
The choices of how to spend one’s evening is almost endless as tourists and locals mingle together in friendship and fun.
A holiday is never complete, without shopping.
Take a walk down the Agios Tychonas seafront and you’re certain to be impressed with the variety of local souvenirs, embroidery, ceramics, gold and silver jewellery, leather, shoes and clothes with exceptional quality at reasonable prices.
Shops often keep informal hours and stay open late in the evening making it all the more fun and casual.