Sunset Beach Club

Sunset Beach Club Opened 11 years ago and is owned and run by the Un Bitlis and his family. They have over 200 members and it is the perfect place for the whole family with the many activities available.

For those who love the sea, it offers activities such as jet skiing, banana boating, fishing, water taxi, and various other water sports. A mixture of European and Turkish cuisine is served in the restaurant. Prices range from 15-20 TL for lunch and want to have steak it costs 28 TL (lunch menu at the bottom of the page).

On Sundays they have a BBQ and to keep the little ones amused they have a playground. There is also football and skittles. Included in the business is a boat garage where you can rent space to store your boat and service and repair for boats and jet-skis is also available. Sea water swimming pool and regular pool are on site. Sunset Beach is also the only place that offers paintballing on the island.

Sunset also offers long-or short-term rentals in any of their homes.

During the high season there is live music every Wednesday night at the outdoor bar with is a singer from southern Cyprus preforming. There is also Live music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Stumble Inn Bar, located just a stone’s throw away from the Sunset Beach and is also run by the family.

Sunset opens at 10am each day and closes at 19-20 o’clock in the evening in the summer. On live music nights it closes later. The busiest months are June through to August but there is a nice mix of locals and tourists say’s Un the owner. Matches from the FIFA World Cup are shown on the big screen in the Stumble Inn Bar.

Address: Sunset Beach Club, Lapta, Girne (it is located right on the main road in Lapta Coast)


0533 865 4959 or 0392 821 2797


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Has worked as a photographer since 1997. After his apprenticeship he commenced employment at the Metro newspaper in Prague as picture editor and photographer. Since 1998, he has worked freelance mainly for newspapers, weeklies and magazines in Sweden, but also assignments in advertising, weddings and Hus photography. Since March 2014 Petter has been living in Northern Cyprus. His approach is characterized by photojournalism and Petter has a penchant for storytelling with imagery.