Our all-inclusive beach hotel is set on the beautiful, alluring, Award Winning Blue Flag Pernera Bay.
Pernera is situated on the outskirts of Protaras, on the south eastern coast of Cyprus, and is ideal for guests seeking a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of Protaras and other resorts.
Its quiet location is the perfect getaway for guests looking to unwind from their busy routines but at the same time it also offers easy access either by foot or public transport for those looking to explore and experience the entertainment and night life that both areas have to offer.
The centre of Pernera is about a five minute stroll from the hotel and offers a selection of bars, restaurants and shops.
The centre of Protaras is about a 20-25 minute walk along the coastal promenade which stretches from the one end of Protaras all the way to the other end and provides fabulous views of all the stunning beaches along its path, including Fig Tree Bay which has been voted sixth best beach in Europe. Protaras offers a variety of bars, restaurants, cafes, shops and leisure facilities to please all holiday makers.
Cyprus offers two airports which guests can fly into and depart from. Larnaca International Airport is Cyprus’ main international gateway and the larger of the country’s two commercial airports, the other being Paphos International Airport on the Island’s southwestern coast.
The closest and most convenient airport to use when booking a holiday at Infinity Blu is Larnaca International Airport. It is only a 45 minute drive from the hotel and provides a modern terminal and public transport.
Paphos International Airport is about a 2 hour drive from the hotel and private transfers to and from this airport will be almost double in price.
Buses run routinely every 20 minutes in the season and the bus stop is only about a 5 minute walk from the hotel. The buses start at 8 in the morning and the last bus runs at 11pm. For a more detailed schedule, you may ask at the reception.
Buses indicated by the number 102, take you in the direction of Protaras, Cape Greco, Ayia Napa and Waterworld. Buses with the number 101, lead you towards the village of Paralimni. On the map shown below, the location of both bus stops is pinpointed for reference.
Intercity buses are also available and more information can be obtained at the reception.
There are many car hire companies in the area which offer a variety of cars suitable for your needs. These may be rented on a daily basis or for the duration of your stay and may be hired either from the airport, locally at the hotel or within the nearby vicinity.
Cape Greco was designated as a National Forest Park in 1993. It is a relatively unspoilt area with great natural beauty which changes and offers something different each season.
It is an oasis of tranquility nestled midway between the busy resorts of Ayia Napa and Protaras and offers spectacular scenery with stunning drops down to the crystal blue sea.
The chapel of Profitis Elias has become the land mark of Protaras. What makes it interesting and exciting to visit, is that you have to climb about 100 stone steps, but is worthy the exercise as the view from the top of the hill is panoramic.
The Protaras Strip is one long street, home to restaurants, bars, shops, arcades, ice cream parlours and much more. It is open to everyone day and night but the atmosphere in the evenings is much more vibrant than during the day as you can enjoy entertainment, animation, good laughs and enjoyable leisurely strolls.