Lara Beach

Lara Beach in Cyprus

Lara Beach

Paphos

PAPHOS WEATHER

Lara Beach

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Lara Beach in Cyprus

Lara Beach

You can get there from driving to Pegia and then to Agios Georgios. The sand is soft and golden, while the sea is crystal clear and clean. A 4×4 vehicle is necessary to reach this expansive and virtually deserted beach…


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The Turtle Beach

About seven kilometres separate Ayios Georgios Peyias from the entrance to the Akamas peninsula and the turtle conservation station in Paphos, Cyprus is Lara Beach. Only people on foot are permitted to access the beach and the Lara conservation station, both of which are close to where you park your car. Wonderful, long, and sandy beach. Swimming is permitted, however you aren’t allowed to carry umbrellas or other such items, so bring sunblock to prevent sunburns.

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Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

Paphos

PAPHOS WEATHER

Blue Lagoon

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Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

Blue lagoon is the most popular place of Akamas and thousands of people have visited it by boat.
The crystal blue waters in this small bay are so clear, you can see all the way to the underlying sea bed…


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Limassol Beaches

Limassol Beaches in Cyprus

Limassol Beaches

LIMASSOL WEATHER

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There are countless beaches within and outside of Limassol, the coasts each have a unique element worth visiting. Some are awarded with a Blue Flag. Limassol as a city of many faces, is similar to its beaches. Some with a breath of life for the youth with bars, others secluded and peaceful where you can only hear the sound of waves. Pick what suits you and dive in the indescribable beauty of the waves.

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.

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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.

Kourion Beach

A stony beach with dramatic surroundings, namely the ancient ruins of Kourion which lay on top of the cliff overlooking the long curving bay.

Pissouri Beach

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

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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

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,

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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.

Paramali Beach

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!

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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.

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Avdimou Beach

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.

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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

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.

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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.

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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

Miami Beach lies in the heart of Limassol. It is a small sandy beach encompassed by shops, hotels and restaurants.

Castella Beach

A narrow beach close to the luxury hotels, it is made up of grey sand, pebbles.Castella Beach is a sandy beach located in Agios Tychonas Limassol. Water sports, sun beds and umbrellas are available.There are accommodation facilities nearby while lifeguards

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A narrow beach close to the luxury hotels, it is made up of grey sand, pebbles.Castella Beach is a sandy beach located in Agios Tychonas Limassol. Water sports, sun beds and umbrellas are available.There are accommodation facilities nearby while lifeguards are on duty with lifesaving equipment from 10:00 to 17:00 hours during the bathing season. The beach is easily reached by car, motorbike, bicycle and bus.

Aoratoi Beach

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

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

Panagies Beach is a quaint beach offering numerous facilities including parasols, sun beds and fun water sports.

Kalymnos Beach

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

Aphrodite beach contains Aphrodite’s rock, the mythical birth site of the goddess of love, a popular site for the romantics.

Armonia Beach

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.

Parekklisia Community Beach

The Parekklisia beach is characterized by soft sand and a clear, calm shallow sea.

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Nicosia Beaches

Nicosia Beaches in Cyprus

Nicosia Beaches

NICOSIA WEATHER

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Although located in Nicosia district, due to the Turkish invasion of 1974, the villages of Pachyammos and Kato Pyrgos are now only accessible via the Paphos district reached by-following the A1 and the A6 motorways. After arriving at Paphos, take the B7, then the E704 to find the villages.

Pachyammos Village Beach

The areas near the small village of Pachyammos are majestically beautiful and the mountains lead straight into the sea. The main point of interest is the impressive church of Agios Rafael, an important pilgrimage site for the faithful due to the belief in the miraculous curing powers of the saint.

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Pachyammos Village Beach is an idyllic refuge for those seeking a remote and private stretch of bay to enjoy their day in tranquility. The village of Pomos, which lies on the outskirts of a beautiful bay, is surrounded by steep hillsides. This petite relaxing beach lies in front of the humble Pomos fishing harbor with its traditional fishing boats. It is remote and offers the opportunity for tranquility and for those who do not particularly desire the presence of many people. Enjoy the fresh fish of the day in the taverns close by.

Omega Beach

The village is located in the heart of the beautiful area of Tylliria. Pyrgos Tyllirias is a village offering magical scenery which combines both the freshness of the mountain and the beauty of the sea. The village is built on a narrow and fertile plain in between the mountain and the blue sea of the Morphou bay.

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Omega beach where you can kick back on a sunbed as you take in the breath-taking scenery. Stay on for sunset and you’ll be lost for words.

Krioneri “grape by the sea” Beach

Krioneri Beach is located in Kato Pyrgos Village. It is the last beach before the dead zone and entering the Morphou Bay. The beach is characterized by unparalleled beauty because of the sandy soil and the deep blue waters. It stretches for 600 meters and width of 20 and there are no services offered.

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The Beach Bar “grape by the sea” is located on Krioneri beach under vine shade, not only for the hours you want to relax. As it is set up is reminiscent of the old, carefree moments, have fun and swim. From morning coffee, sandwiches and burger, serves steaks, special occasions and spit. Purple sunset with cool cocktails and platters.

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Larnaka Beaches

Larnaka Beaches in Cyprus

Larnaka Beaches

LARNACA WEATHER

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Larmaca is characterize as the hidden haven of tranquility by the locals. Its beaches are in harmony with the elements of antiquity and the island culture, in line on a coastal street. The route of the beaches is interrupted only by notable sites, island taverns, small harbors and pedestrian streets. They are easy to access and offer the easy of time for sunbathing and are suitable for all ages. Each one hides its uniqueness, some characterized as ”for company” and other more secluded. The secret is the rustling of the waves, which will give you answers to what you are seeking.

Finikoudes Beach

Lined with tall mature palm trees Finikoudes Beach is the beach to be in the summer. With a tropical environment and a whole assortment of activities and entertainment the day will just fly by. Sun beds are on offer for hire.

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Many restaurants, cafes, shops and well-known food chains line up parallel to the beach. Venues are common on the main promenade on Finikoudes beach. Regular pleasure boat trips can be taken from the marina which is located at the start of the promenade.

Kastella Beach

Another Blue Flag winner, Kastella Beach is a tiny beach, with calm waters and made of fine grey sand. The beach is only a 15 minute walk from the town centre and very near to the Psarolimano Fishing Shelter.

Makenzie Beach

Awarded with the Blue Flag, this beach lies beside Larnaca International Airport. Lay down on the fine grey sand or bathe in the water and watch the planes close up as they come in to land at the airport. The sea is calm and many people walk parallel along the water’s edge. There are very good facilities here; toilets, changing-rooms and many others. Lifeguards are on constant duty during the summer months.

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Water sports are on offer including windsurfing. Mackenzie beach is also a lovely place to dine with a continuous array of restaurants lining parallel and on the beach offering a lovely view of the Mediterranean Sea whilst drinking and dining. Access to Mackezie Beach is very easy with much parking space behind the restaurants.

Dhekelia Beach

Dhekelia Beach has the longest stretch of sand in Larnaca appearing to never stop. Dhekelia Beach has the largest hotel concentration in Larnaca and all of them overlook the beach. With all the facilities anyone could need dispersed throughout this long stretch of sea shore, hotels often offer access to their on-site amenities for just a nominal fee. Dhekelia road runs parallel to the beach and is crammed with Cypriot taverns, restaurants and international cuisine eateries.

Alaminos Beach

Alaminos beach lies along the Larnaca-Kiti stretch of coast. Virtually hidden from plain sight it is a veritable ‘Secret Paradise’, in actual fact this is indeed what it is called. You need to take a track off the road to get there.

Faros ( Pervolia ) Beach

small, sandy beach near the village of Pervolia. Like many beaches in Cyprus it has been rewarded the Blue Flag. Its name is derived from the lighthouse there. This cape has a sea barrier which enables young children to play their heart out in the sea.

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With a beach bar and water sports on offer it is the perfect place for families and the tranquility makes a nice change from other bustling beaches. Pervolia Beach is a famous destination for sports fans, usually getting quite crowded during weekends. Pervolia Beach is located very close to the main city and is a hot spot for kite-surfing enthusiasts of all levels. Although the beach is not particularly sandy, it is 10 km long with shallow waters, few swimmers, and constant winds from dawn till dusk. The crystal clear water and the shore break the waves. The strong thermal winds usually originate from the south, southwest which create the perfect conditions for freestyle, long distance and bump and jump kite-surfing. For those who want to improve their skills there are schools available on the spot lessons and practice. Heading inland away from the beach, there are open fields and many kite-surfers use them as launching and landing sites for their kites.

Mazotos Beach

The beach of Mazotos is a quiet beach located in the Larnaca district. The beach is made up of darker coloured sand with pebbly parts only taking up a very small percentage of the beach area.

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Most of it is sand. The sand shelves very gently into the sea and you can walk quite a way out and still only be up to knee depth. By mid to late afternoon the water is lovely and warm to paddle and sit in while cooling off from the strong sunlight. Lastly, It is worth mentioning that after measurements, that this beach may be one of the cleanest in Cyprus.

Galou Beach

Situated on Dhekelia Road it is a quaint beach surrounded by trees and foliage and close to the town. It is a pleasurable place to be.

Lenios Beach

Lenios beach, where the Lenios hotel is situated, is a nice sandy beach with sun beds for hire. It is easily accessible by road.

Parasolia Kiti Beach

Kiti beach Parasolia Kareta This is beach is located at Kiti. This is a sundy beach where the kareta kareta turtles lay theire eggs.

CTO Beach

Also known as Pyla Beach, CTO beach is close to the centre of Larnaca and is a favourite among families. The Cyprus cuisine is close by with many restaurants in the vicinity. There are many activities available here, a characteristic it is well known for, including a playground area for children, volleyball, water sports, handball and others.

Meneou Beach

Meneou Beach, lying in the village of Meneou, is a small quiet beach with a bar for refreshments. The sea is calm with shallow water, ideal for families with children. Easy to reach and close to Larnaca International Airport.

Yannathes Beach

This beach has beautiful scenery and lovely sand. It is the ideal beach for snorkeling and scuba diving due to its clear water and brilliant reefs in the wider area, a truly intriguing place to explore. Yannathes beach also boasts a water sports centre, parascending, jet-ski facilities, and has ideal conditions for windsurfing as well as lifeguards in season. There is also the added bonus of being close to the centre of Larnaca Town.

Dasoudi Beach

Dasaki Beach lies along lies on the Dhekelia Road. This is a long beach with fine sand surrounded with greenery. It has calm and shallow clear waters and the lengthy sandy stretches are ideal for walks and beach games.

Cessac Beach

Cessac Beach is next to the British Base of Dhekelia where the coast road ends. It is a public beach with a narrow stretch of grey sand. Several snack bars and a restaurant serve the public in this little bay area.

Agios Theodoros Beach

Agios Theodoros beach is a quiet small bay with fine golden sand. Fresh fish, brought in by the local fishermen, is on offer in the restaurant on the beach. The beach is easily accessible.

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Protaras Beaches

Cyprus Protaras Beaches

Protaras Beaches

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Protaras has beautiful beaches. It is a town with friendly seashores in the summer and ideal to enjoy the sunset in Cyprus.


Fig Tree Bay

Fig Tree Bay is the most popular beach in Protaras. Its name is derived from a fig tree that stands alone close to the beach.

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Golden sands and a buzzing day life and an even more frantic night life is the name of the game due to the many restaurants, bars, discos and cafes close by. The bay is named after the solitary fig tree which stands at the headland of the beach and has overlooked the bay ever since its arrival with eastern invaders in the 17th century. Fig-tree bay is Protaras’ coastal jewel in the crown. Its crystal clear waters and fine-grained, golden sand has made the beach very popular and is why it features today on Trip Advisor as among the best beaches in Europe. It has been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag for its outstanding water quality and public facilities and it is a Green Beach under the eco-initiative “Green Cyprus Beaches”.

Louma Beach

Found close to the main avenue in Protaras and the Pernara resort, Louma beach is a real pleasure to be on due to its soft fine sand and the surrounding constructed bay.

Vrisi Beach I

At the peak of the summer this lovely beach is buzzing with people. Crystal clear blue waters are shallow and you can see the seabed with its gorgeous fine white sand which visitors love to lay and walk on.

Kapparis Beach

Found near the Kapparis resort and very close to the main strip in Protaras, this beach is a small sandy beach with clear waters popular with tourists and locals alike. It is only an hour’s drive from Larnaca International Airport

Vrisi Beach III

This bay is lined with hotels, restaurants and bars for a complete day out for visitors, all in view of a beautifully scenic coastline.

Fig Tree Bay Nausicaa Beach

Located on the beautiful southern coastline in Protaras. Three piers complete with ladders give you direct access to the crystal blue water.

Vrysoudia Beach

Vrysoudia lies in a very small cove about halfway between the beaches of Louma and Ayia Trias. The beach is dominated by the Crystal Springs beach hotel complex and, unlike most Protaras beaches, Vrysoudia is mostly pebble and stone, although there is some sand.

Agia Triada Beach

Agia Triada beach is a truly lovely place to be. Apart from the beautiful beach, there is a fishing harbor and a small humble chapel, just the place to find peace and wind down. Sun loungers are available.

Pernera Beach

Pernera beach is a small coastal resort about one kilometer from 3 small secluded beaches, ideal for those who would rather give the hectic Protaras and Agia Napa tourist resorts a miss.

Skoutari Beach

A small beach close to the Kapparis resort, it is very close to the main strip of Protaras. It is ideal for relaxation in a peaceful environment.

Green Bay

Green Bay is the perfect beach for beginner divers and is located in Protaras. Here many learners come to begin their diving courses as the waters are most suitable. The waters begin shallow and slowly deepen therefore there is much to see including, Wrasse, Bream, Cuttle Fish, Pipefish and the occasional Octopus.

Sirena Beach

Sirena beach is a small secluded bay lying on a narrow stretch of sand just off the road between Protaras and Agia Napa. Sample the traditional Cyprus food here in a restaurant which has a tree for an umbrella! Sit back and take in the calming view.

Vyzakia Beach

Lombardi Beach

Nisia Beach

Nisia Gardens Beach

Vali Tou Hatzixeni Beach

Potami Beach

Potamia Beach (Dog Friendly)

Pezounospilioi Beach

Ellines Beach

Armyropigado Beach

Vrisi Beach II

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Paphos Beaches

Paphos Beaches in Cyprus

Paphos Beaches

PAPHOS WEATHER

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Paphos has its own divine beauty from beaches, in sea shades and many ”Blue Flag” awarded. Their number reaches 27 public, ideal for their friendliness towards families. The sand is a dreamy desire for children’s sand castles, sea shells and pebbles like jewels.


Blue Lagoon

The crystal clear waters in this bay in the Akamas Peninsula enable you to see the sea bed. Access is by boat where you can take a dip in to the cool water and go swimming or snorkeling or just lay on the surface taking in the beautiful scenery.

Lara Beach

Also situated in the last wilderness spot in Cyprus, in the Akamas Peninsula, Lara Bay is the nesting ground of the Green Back Turtle. Soft sand is in abundance in a bay that has the shape of a horseshoe.

Argaka Beach

Argaka is located between the sea and a pine forest. While Lower Argaka stands next to the sea, Upper Argaka stands upon the slope with an excellent view towards the sea. The east part of the village has officially been deemed as a region of excellent natural beauty.

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Argaka is located between the sea and a pine forest. While Lower Argaka stands next to the sea, Upper Argaka stands upon the slope with an excellent view towards the sea. The east part of the village has officially been deemed as a region of excellent natural beauty. Just a few kilometres further west is the small town of Polis & Latchi Latchi with its attractive harbour and well known restaurants serving a wide choice of food including many varieties of freshly caught fish. There is a water sports centre and boat hire.

Coral Bay Beach

This beach is the highest rating beach on the western side of Cyprus. Golden sands, lovely coves, calm shallow waters in a splendid curved stretch of shore, offers the best opportunity both for relaxation and exploration. You will also be close to the nesting place of the island’s turtles.

Baths of Aphrodite Beach

Relatively cut off and small it is not a well known beach. To get to it you need to park at the Baths of Aphrodite public parking lot and cross the road to get to the hill which you climb down either to the left or the right in order to reach the sand. A fish restaurant sits directly above the beach.

Laourou Beach

Found in Pegeia Laourou beach is accessible by all modes of transport. With accommodation facilities close by and water sports on offer it offers fun, relaxation and protection- lifeguards are present between 11am and 5.30pm during the swimming season.

Paphos Municipal Beach

The most popular with the local Cypriots this beach lies in the heart of Kato Paphos which is the main tourist area of the city of Paphos. It is just 900 feet from Paphos Castle and just off the main Poseidonos Road. Due to the beach’s location it is close to everything you could possibly need and desire.

Petra Tou Romiou Beach

It is said that the mythical Greek goddess of love Aphrodite was born here. A magnificent beach encompassed by large rocks and luscious sand it is often a place where artists and poets come to draw inspiration. Two large rocks- a landmark in Cyprus, are called Petra tou Romiou in Greek

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It is said that the mythical Greek goddess of love Aphrodite was born here. A magnificent beach encompassed by large rocks and luscious sand it is often a place where artists and poets come to draw inspiration. Two large rocks- a landmark in Cyprus, are called Petra tou Romiou in Greek (translated in to English it means ‘Rock of the Greek’). The rock is said to have been hurled by Digenis Akritas powerful Byzantine warrior in an attempt to prevent a raid of the island by Arab pirates. The beach is named after these rocks and is perfect for leisurely walks and being alone. It is also an ideal place for honeymooners.

Asprokremmos (Yiannakis) Beach

Everyone has a different idea of paradise and at first glance a new venture in Latchi comes close. Near the Anassa hotel, the entire area is known for its natural beauty. To reach this beach you have to take the route leading to the monumental bath of Aphrodite. This beach with golden sands and

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Everyone has a different idea of paradise and at first glance a new venture in Latchi comes close. Near the Anassa hotel, the entire area is known for its natural beauty. To reach this beach you have to take the route leading to the monumental bath of Aphrodite. This beach with golden sands and tiny golden pebbles looks very vast and is an ideal beach for long walks and cozy evenings. The restaurants and bars lining the beach offer an array of mouth watering food and drinks, the town of Latchi has various resorts which offer beautiful views of the bay, the transportation of the town is very well established and you can use local buses which are at regular intervals or you can even hire taxis, close to the beach is the Akamas peninsula situated on the west side, on the eastern side of the beach is the Pomos point.

Latchi Beach

Located very near the Latchi fishing harbor in the Polis area of Paphos, this beach has a mountain backdrop for beautiful picturesque scenery. With a gorgeous pebble beach and crystal clear waters it is an invitation waiting to be accepted.

Polis Municipal Beach

It is actually a long continuous beach that stretches from the Akamas Peninsula to the Pomos area. With sun beds and umbrellas for sunbathing in a common part of the beach but also more isolated parts of the Chrysochous bay there is something for everyone.

Sandy Beach (Chloraka-Lemba)

If you’re looking for a great little beach in Paphos, then visit Sandy Beach in Chloraka. Found down a dirt track off the main Chlorakas-Lemba coastal road, the beach is a haven for sun worshippers and a top spot to enjoy a sundowner with friends.

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If you’re looking for a great little beach in Paphos, then visit Sandy Beach in Chloraka. Found down a dirt track off the main Chlorakas-Lemba coastal road, the beach is a haven for sun worshippers and a top spot to enjoy a sundowner with friends. Situated in a secluded bay popular with surfers, this beach is often overlooked but is a hidden gem. The sand is golden and the waters are clear. However, this bay is prone to large waves and rip currents, so swimmers should be aware. There is a life guard on duty during designated hours, and a volley ball court and shower and toilet facilities are also available.

Pachyammos 1 Beach (Kato Paphos)

Also situated in Kato Paphos it has everything the Paphos Municipal Beach has to offer. Locals often refer to this beach as the SODAP beach (named thus after a famous Cypriot wine company.

Faros Beach

Faros beach, in the west of Paphos, is a sandy beach with a high quality of water due to the many frequent tests conducted. Accommodation facilities are close by, and you can access the beach easily and it is clearly marked. Here you can also find a beach volleyball court.

Dasoudi Beach

The Dasoudi beach is situated in Polis Chrysochous in the Paphos region. It is also has a camping site on a sandy beach which is accessible by all types of transport. You can hire sun beds and try the water sports on offer here.

Geroskipou Municipal Beach

This beach is also easily accessible to all modes of transport. It is a lovely sandy beach which offers water sports and sunbathing facilities. You can find accommodation just a stone’s throw away and you can have the reassurance of lifeguards on duty between 10am and 5pm during the swimming season.

La Playa Beach

La Playia Beach lies in Geroskipou. The La Playia Beach Bar hosts some of the biggest summer music festivities in the wider area of Paphos.

Pachyamos Beach (Kato Paphos)

Pachyammos bay lies in the Pafos tourist area in front of the many hotels there. It is a narrow beach accessible to all types of transport and clearly signposted. You can find everything nearby in terms of entertainment, cuisine, refreshments and souvenir shopping.

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Pachyammos bay lies in the Pafos tourist area in front of the many hotels there. It is a narrow beach accessible to all types of transport and clearly signposted. You can find everything nearby in terms of entertainment, cuisine, refreshments and souvenir shopping. Quality checks on the water are frequently carried out to ensure top quality standards.

Vrysoudia Beach A

Vrysoudia Beach A is a glorious sandy beach which also lies near the hotels of the tourist area of Kato Paphos. Taken great care of by the Paphos Municipality it is well marked for easy access. It is accessible by all modes of transport including a bus stop.

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Vrysoudia Beach A is a glorious sandy beach which also lies near the hotels of the tourist area of Kato Paphos. Taken great care of by the Paphos Municipality it is well marked for easy access. It is accessible by all modes of transport including a bus stop. The beachfront is cleaned everyday and offers all kinds of water sports as well as sun beds for hire.

Vrysoudia Beach B

Vrysoudia Beach B has the special added bonus of offering a beautiful view to the Paphos Castle and harbour to those who bathe on this sandy beach. It is also situated near the hotels of Kato Paphos with easy access to all kinds of transport.

Alykes Beach

Alykes is a beach located in the Kato Paphos tourist area near the hotels, with easy access and a bus stop close by.

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Ayia Napa Beaches

Ayia Napa Beaches

Ayia Napa Beaches

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The beaches of Agia Napa are amongst the most famous in Cyprus. All have been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Union for measures of cleanliness and their standards. The most widely known is without a doubt ‘’Nissi Beach’’, where it is visited most often people of young age. It can offer activities.

Nissi Beach

Nissi beach is probably the most popular beach in the whole of Cyprus. It consists of 2 connecting beaches one large one (very busy) and a smaller one (more secluded). Nissi beach is famed for its beautiful golden sand and clean crystal clear waters.Enjoy your drinks in one of the sand bars there.

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The beach is located 3.5 kilometers West of Ayia Napa’s town centre. It is covered with fine golden sand and it is well sheltered from the winds, hence the mild waves. It is a beach with a rocky formation on its central and Western part. On the Eastern side of the beach, there is a small islet located a short distance from the coastline (45 metres). Due to the low-depth water between the small islet and the main coast, but also due to the relatively short distance between these two points and the effect of the coastal waves, we observe the union of the beach with the island through the formation of a unique sand lane. This phenomenon is remarkable and is considered a landmark, both for Ayia Napa and for Cyprus in general. In the immediate area there are accommodation facilities available for rent, restaurants, a kiosk, and family friendly bars.

Makronissos Beach

Makronisos Beach lies 5 km west from Ayia Napa’s centre. It is a golden sandy beach, covered with waves of average intensity. The beach was originally formed by a cluster of small bays. The small bays extend towards different directions.

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The first is Westerly, the second Southwest, and the third Southeastwards. There are accommodation facilities available for rent, restaurants, a kiosk, and other conveniences in the area. You can also visit the Necropolis (ancient city) of Makronisos and walk eastwards towards the beach Vathia Yonia, or head west towards Ayia Thekla beach.

Makronissos Beach ( Small )

Makronissos Beach (small) , which has a water park nearby, is a long golden sand coastline flanked by two bays- an ideal atmosphere for relaxation. Children enjoy this beach especially due to its shallow waters which reach far in to the sea. It is easily accessible via Nissi Avenue including a bus stop.

Konnos Beach

Located to the East of Agia Napa Konnos bay stands out from within the Cape Greco national Park. Found in between Protaras and Agia Napa the beach is prominent for its white sands and crystal water.

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Flanked by rocky hills full of pine trees the road to the beach offers excellent opportunities for amazing photographs. Access is also via the Grecian Park Hotel above. Special plastic sun beds tailor-made for this beach and which can be used on water, are available for rent. Many yachters drop anchor here to relax for hours.

Ayia Thekla Beach

Ayia Thekla is great beach, nice and quiet and good facilities. This beach has clear waters and is good for snorkelling. Whenever in Ayia Napa a visit to Thekla beach is a must! Nice and quiet, clean and suitable for people of all ages.

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The lagoon like bay is a special feature and brings your mind to places far more exotic. Ayia Thekla is a small beach named after the old small church which is there. Situated a few kilometres from Ayia Napa, it is covered with fine golden sand.

Sandy Bay Beach ( Vathia Gonia )

Sandy Bay has fine white sands and gently shelving waters. It is popular with families and is more low key and quieter than its busy neighbour. There are watersports available including motorboats.

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jetskis and parasailing and the rocky headlands on either side of the bay attract snorkelling enthusiasts and divers. A handful of beachside restaurants offer a good choice of dining options as well as snacks and drinks.

Grecian / Glyki Nero Beach

Grecian bay is the main beach in Agia Napa and the closest to its centre. Known by several names including Glyki Nero (the official name which translated means ‘sweet water’) it is a long coastal line consisting of lovely fine white sand.

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It stretches west from the Ayia Napa sea caves to the harbor. Like some other beaches in Cyprus the clear waters run shallow far in to the sea- always exciting and fun for children! It has many luxury hotels lined up on it. Open air snack bars and other facilities for food and drink are waiting there to quench your thirst or fill your appetite after a relaxing swim.

Limanaki Beach

The golden sand of Limanaki beach gently slopes in to the sea- you have to wade in a fair bit just to get knee deep, making it perfect for children and safe. There are large luxurious hotels along this coastline, with open air restaurants and snack bars.

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It is the most accessible from the centre of town. People of all ages come here to enjoy themselves. Enjoy the sun and the sea in a refreshing and laid back way.

Dome Beach

Laying on the western tip of Ayia Napa it is popular for families with children. In the winter months various types of surfers come here when conditions are right.

Kermia Beach

Kermia is a humble sized bay (also called Limnara beach) also found in Cape Greco national park. You can go there via the road or walk there on the coastal path from Ayia Napa (a few kilometers away) to Cape Greco. You will also see rock pools found at the edges of the bay

Pernera Beach

Pernera Beach is located at the opposite end from the harbour towards the edge of Sandy Bay Beach. It shelves gently into crystal clear seas making it very popular with families.

Latchi Adams Beach

Latchi beach is a small and quiet cove with golden sands which are a common trait with the beaches in Ayia Napa.

Ammos Tou Kampouri Beach

Ammos Tou Kampouri beach is a tiny beach and a peaceful place to swim with golden sands to lie down on.

Liopetri Beach

The village of Liopetri encompasses a beautiful coastline. It is distanced from the hectic beaches of Agia Napa enabling visitors to enjoy the beach in tranquility. It also has the added bonus of being surrounded by picturesque hills.

Landa Beach

Landa Beach is a long sandy beach in between Nissi and Macronissos beaches. It is sometimes referred to as Golden beach or Lanta beach by locals.The beach is well protected and quite deep so there is plenty of room but no natural shade. Sand dunes bank up the slope to the east and rock pools are found on both sides of the beach (Landa translates roughly as ‘water pool’).

Katsarka Beach

Situated about 1,500 feet from Ayia Napa fishing harbor, Katsarka Beach is rocky with fine gravel spread throughout. These rocks continue from the land in to the sea. Access to here is easy.

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