Cyprus Casinos on Monday announced the opening of third satellite casino in the country, named C2 Ayia Napa.
The casino now joins ranks with C2 Nicosia and C2 Larnaca satellite casinos which opened in December 2018. It is situated on a 13,829 square meter plot of land, with a floor area of around 367 square meters. The gaming area features 50 slot machines and is open from 3 pm to 6 am daily.
Craig Ballantyne, Property President of City of Dreams Mediterranean and Cyprus Casinos “C2”, pointed out that the location is ideal for a satellite casino, as it is in the heart of Ayia Napa’s tourist area.
“We are delighted to be launching our third satellite casino, further expanding our C2 portfolio. We are confident that C2 Ayia Napa will help to enhance the city’s tourism product and significantly contribute to the sustainable growth of the local and island’s economy. At the same time, the casino will offer an exceptional entertainment experience for both local and foreign guests,” he said.
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