The woman claimed she had been forced to withdraw her statement after hours of questioning without access to a lawyer.
After she retracted her statement, the Israeli men returned home and she was charged with a public nuisance offence.
Supporters say the judge in Monday’s court case did not hear any evidence about whether the alleged rape took place.
Describing Ayia Napa, the mother told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “The place isn’t safe – it is absolutely not safe. And if you go and report something that’s happened to you, you’re either laughed at, as far as I can tell, or, in the worst case, something like what’s happened to my daughter may happen.”
The woman, who is said to be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, will be sentenced on January 7 and faces up to 12 months in jail. Her supporters plan to appeal the case, but say the process could take years.