Talk to Cypriots about Agia Napa and they'll all tell you the same thing: 'Before 1974, this was a tiny fishing village, with two houses, a monastery and some fishermen. And look at it now!' And look at it now, indeed. The village started its new life as a tourist resort following the island's division in 1974, when Famagusta's Varosia (Maraş) beach strip and former prime resort were locked behind barbed wire and oil barrels. Now infamous as the debauched tourist's heaven, Agia Napa shoulders the mantle of Cyprus' top sun-and-fun tourist resort.