Domniki Hotel Apts is set in a prime location in Pernera. It is situated right on the sandy beach of Pernera Bay – a blue flag awarded beach. It is set in a nice and peaceful area but at the same time is within a five minute walk from the main area of Pernera which hosts many shops, bars, restaurants, traditional tavernas and banks.
The new footpath created along the beach also links Pernera to Protaras, allowing customers to reach the main area of Protaras within 15 minutes of walking and enjoying the scenery and spectacular views at the same time. (The Footpath is suitable also for customers in wheelchairs and babies in push-chairs).
You can visit all of Cyprus from Pernera, with Domniki as your base camp. Pernera is an ideal location for exploring some of the major attractions of Cyprus. With a car you can travel Cyprus relatively easily as distances are easily manageable for holiday makers to the island.
- Agia Napa Monastery
This charming medieval monastery dedicated to ’’Our Lady of the Forests’’ stands in the middle of the village of Agia Napa surrounded by a high wall. Both the village and the monastery take their name from the ancient Greek word for wooded valley "Napa"– a reference to the morphology of the area in the past. Built like a medieval castle around 1500 AD, Agia Napa Monastery is the best known landmark of the village as well of the surrounding area. The monastery is partly built underground and cut into the rock.
- Agioi Anargyroi (Circular) Nature Trail
Of interest on this trail is the Phoenician juniper growth. There are picnic areas nearby, while the path links up with the Konnos - Agioi Anargyroi and Agioi Anargyroi - Sea Caves trails.
- Cape Greko
Cape Greco is a picturesque protected national park and is famous for its sea caves, which lie off the Protaras-Ayia Napa coast road. Follow the road to Ayia Napa and take the first road to Cape Greco. The scenery is very spectacular – stunning drops down to crystal blue sea.
- ’Thalassa’ Sea Museum
The "Thalassa" Sea Museum in the centre of Agia Napa is housed in a modern multi - purpose building with noteworthy architecture, and aims to promote awareness of the marine heritage of Cyprus from prehistoric times to the present. Pride of place among the exhibits is a life - size, functioning replica of a 4th century Greek trading ship that sunk off the coast of Keryneia.
- Waterworld Waterpark
Located in Ayia Napa is the biggest theme-waterpark in europe with a great variety of slides. The park’s theme is "Ancient Greece". There’s plenty of family fun here, with gentle rides and shallow pools for younger kids and roller-coasters and slides for teenagers.
- Profitis Elias
Right in the heart of the tourist area of Protaras, you will find the chapel of Profitis Elias, the land mark of Protaras. It is built on a granite hill with almost perpendicular sides. What makes it interesting and exciting to visit Profitis Elias, is that you have to climb about 100 stone steps. But is worthy as the view from the top of the hill is panoramic.
- St. George Church
St. George is the patron Saint of Paralimni – Protaras. The two main churches in Paralimni are dedicated to St. George. They are both situated in the central square of Paralimni, next to each other, making an interesting contrast. The old one was built back in the 19th century and the new one, which is now the main church of the community, was built in 1965.