AKTI OLYMPION BEACH
Akti Olympion Beach is large. It is 40 metres wide and about 2 kilometres long with a gentle shore breeze. Limassol Municipality has made Akti Olympion beach a part of its wider development plan for the improvement of facilities. Widened footpaths, lanes for cyclists and more parking places are some examples of improvements made.
A stony beach with dramatic surroundings, namely the ancient ruins of Kourion which lay on top of the cliff overlooking the long curving bay.
Set in a beautiful bay between the hills it quite unique in its scenery. Even though it is a quiet beach without many tourists there lie many great restaurants behind it serving delicious food.
EPISKOPI BAY (Tripiti - Zapalo Beach)
This village of Episkopi is firmly built on the hill of the very ancient Kourion close to the bank on the west of the river called Kouris. This village has been described as a perfect place for the people who want to enjoy a real Mediterranean holiday without the feeling of being cheated or even overcharged. This place however small it is has been able to attract a relatively big number of both local and international tourists. This is basically because the village boasts of being the home to very natural beaches and very exciting beaches. The part of this village that has been the main tourist attraction is the coastline. This coastline has been declared as a national park by the government of Cyprus. This basically means that it is very illegal to go fishing on this coastline.
Melanda Beach was named after the family-run tavern that has been located there for years. Located near the village Avdimou, 20 minutes from Limassol, is ideal for those seeking the ultimate in relaxation and tranquility. With amazing red sand dunes, this beach is mostly sandy with pebbles, while the water is suitable for kite surfing. Infrastructure and tourist services are limited in the area, but quiet waters make it ideal for swimming.
The beach is long and wide with a mix of sand and pebble, and with waters of moderate depth. There are no tavernas or cafes at the beach, which lends to its seclusion. A magnificent spot for introspection and relaxation and the quintessential Cypriot beach experience! The beach is a busy turtle nesting beach, so visitors are asked to respect the nests, and to keep an adequate distance from them to give the youngsters a good chance to reach the water and return to our shores at a later date.
LOURES & VOUPPA BEACHES
Both these scenic beaches are popular beaches lying in the Agios Tychonas region, and offer plenty of entertainment. A beautiful rocky landscape encompasses them, ideal places for those of you with the explorer side to you.
CTO - DASOUDI BEACH
This is a small beach where you can see fish swimming in the clear blue water. Winner of a Blue Flag, it has a lovely Eucalyptus forest as a backdrop.
Avdimou Beach is located in Avdimou Village in the Limassol District. It is a wide and sandy beach that is safe for children as the water level is relatively shallow. At a close distance one can visit taverns and bars. Avdimou beach is located to the south of Avdimou Village. The access road meanders through picturesque farmlands with vinelands, olive groves, and citrus plantations.
Governor’s Beach is with its shallow clear blue water, ideal for children, is situated midway between the coastal towns of Limassol and Larnaca. The imposing white rocks area is very close to the beach, perfect for fishing, snorkeling and for those who like to explore. Take a walk on one of the nature trails through the hills here.
AGIOS GEORGIOS ALAMANOU BEACH
Not far from Limassol, you reach the beach from the exit of Pentakomo. The monastery close by is dedicated to Saint George (Saint in the Greek language is ‘Agios’, hence the name of the beach). It is a small quiet beach with grassy areas and a waterfront restaurant. The rocks there offer a great opportunity for snorkeling.
Miami Beach lies in the heart of Limassol. It is a small sandy beach encompassed by shops, hotels and restaurants.
A narrow beach close to the luxury hotels, it is made up of grey sand, pebbles.
This is a sandy beach offering sun beds and a wide array of water sports. Located in the Pyrgos region of Limassol there are charming accommodation places at hand.
Onisilos Beach is a quiet beach away from the mob. It has fine white sand and is located in the lovely Agios Tychonas area.
LADY’S MILE BEACH
Just a few miles from Limassol, this beach stretches for 8 kilometers. With shallow waters and mostly deserted it offers a unique experience for your relaxation.
Panagies Beach is a quaint beach offering numerous facilities including parasols, sun beds and fun water sports.
Situated in the Pentakomos area of Limassol it is easily reachable by all forms of transport. The beach has a camping site close by and Lifeguards on duty throughout the swimming season.
AGIA VARVARA BEACH
A warded the Blue Flag, Agia Varvara beach has some gravel areas and vertical wave-breakers. It is well worth visiting the ruins of the ancient city of Amathus right next to the beach. The beach connects with all the beaches in central Limassol along a 9 mile stretch.
Aphrodite beach contains Aphrodite’s rock, the mythical birth site of the goddess of love, a popular site for the romantics.
Armonia beach is an ideal place for relaxation; hence the name ‘armonia’ which in the Greek language is translated ‘harmony’. With lovely views and sun beds with umbrellas, kick back and wind down. The beach is readily accessible with many parking spaces.
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