Aphrodite`s Beach
Aphrodite`s Beach
The most famous of Paphos beaches is Petra tou Romiou, birthplace of Aphrodite. The beach is 25km east of Pafos and people come from all over the world to visit the place where Aphrodite emerged from the sea...
 
Ayia Thekla Beach
Ayia Thekla Beach
Situated six kilometres west of Agia Napa is petite Agia Thekla. It has a small island within its grasp and is within walking distance from the main road taking you to Agia Napa. It has taken its name from a tiny old church in that area bearing the same name.
 
Ayia Triada Beach
Ayia Triada Beach
Ayia Triada is a visually appealing beach, with a fishing harbour and tiny chapel. It’s a sandy beach, with sun loungers provided for the general public. Again, it’s tranquil and safe enough for kids with the shallow waters and relatively small beach area (compared to the main beaches). There are walking trails along the coast if you’re feeling active and want to soak up the...
 
Cape Greko Bay
Cape Greko Bay
A picturesque Blue Flag beach, a mile east of Ayia Napa on the Protaras road, close to the dramatic, rugged coastline of Cavo Greco, a national forest park with excellent nature trails. It is sheltered from the prevailing winds, despite its wide sweep. Admire the sunsets, and look out for the starfish in the amazingly clear water.
 
Coral Bay
Coral Bay
Coral Bay is the most popular beach in the Paphos district. It is a crescent moon of fine sand, with a scattering of shingle and rock, shelving gently into the sea. There are three tavernas on the beach and adequate toilet facilities. This is a busy beach in peak season and is perfect for children and water sport fanatics alike.
 
Curium Beach
Curium Beach
One of the most appealing beaches on the island, Curium is a beach of unspeakable beauty. The sea is rough and wild, whereas the beaches are gentle to have fun on. The ancient Roman Curium Amphitheatre, which has been rebuilt, is directly above the Curium beach, and you may see hand-gliders riding above the Curium cliffs. This beach is also a popular sailing spot but can get overcrowded with swimmers. ...
 
Dassoudi Beach
Dassoudi Beach
DASSOUDI is the main town beach of Limassol. It's a very long and flat beach of dark, coarse sand and pebbles that stretches about 3km to the east, usually backed by small, well kept parks with plenty of shade, paths and benches. There are all the usual facilities you expect of a major tourist resort beach, changing rooms, snack bars, restaurants, car parks and lots of watersports. ...
 
Dhekelia Beach
Dhekelia Beach
The longest stretch of sand in Larnaca, Dhekelia Beach appears to be almost endless and provides a stunning backdrop for many of the most popular resort hotel complexes. Since Dhekelia Beach is so long, the facilities on offer do tend to vary greatly and a number of hotels permit access to their onsite amenities for just a nominal charge. Dhekelia Road runs alongside the sand and is lined with...
 
Faros Beach
Faros Beach
A sandy beach with an excellent view situated at the west of the Paphos Lighthouse. Access to the beach is easy and well signposted. The quality of the water is tested frequently and the beach front is cleaned everyday. Water sports, sun bed and umbrella hire are available on site from April 15th to October 31st. Lifeguards are on duty with lifesaving equipment from 11:00 to 17:30 hours during...
 
Fig Tree Bay
Fig Tree Bay
This Cyprus beach is the most popular within Protaras Beach . The British christened it "Fig Tree Bay" and the name was given after the single fig tree that stands guard back from the beach and is claimed to have been brought from the east in the 17 th century. The beach has fine-grained sand, the sea is clear and it is supplied with recreational facilities like water-skiing, paragliding...
 
Fireman`s Beach
Fireman`s Beach
Fireman's Beach is a lovely, sandy cove beach and has some really breathtaking views. You can even see Famagusta Ghost Town on a clear day, if you walk round the bay. The fireman's station is located at the top of the bay and fireman can often be seen training on the beach in the late afternoon and early morning. It's perfect for families as the beach is compact and secluded with shallow waters....
 
Governor`s Beach
Governor`s Beach
Governor's Beach is located midway between Larnaca and Limassol and its sandy beach and shallow crystal water it's ideal for families with children, but also for romantic couples. Governor's Beach also offers the spectacular white rocks area for those who like snorkeling, boating, fishing…or have a nice walk in one of the many nature trails on the hills near by, or on the...
 
Kapparis Beach
Kapparis Beach
One of the more remote and unspoilt beaches, the golden sands and shallow water of Kapparis are reached by following a long track from the town of Paralimni near Famagusta.
 
Kato Paphos Municipal beach
Kato Paphos Municipal beach
A favourite with the locals, Paphos Municipal Beach is a sandy beach with very few rocks. It is located in the heart of the tourist area of Kato Paphos, just a few meters off Poseidonos Avenue and 300 metres from Paphos Castle. Access to the beach is easy and there are signs with directions showing the way to the facilities. Water sports, sun bed and umbrella hire are available on site from April 15th...
 
Katsarka Beach
Katsarka Beach
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.
 
Kiti Beach (Faros Beach)
Kiti Beach (Faros Beach)
A small, quiet and appealing beachfront complete with bar and jet skis, Faros Beach is more than suitable for families holidaying in Larnaca, particularly those with younger children, since the sea is reliably shallow and calm. Faros Beach is easy to reach and relatively close by, and is located within the village of Pervolia, where it is really a very short drive away from Larnaca Airport. ...
 
Konnos Bay
Konnos Bay
This wonderful sandy strip of beach is situated two kilometres east of Agia Napa on the road between Cape Greco and Protaras. It's one of the most picturesque beaches in Cyprus, well sheltered from the prevailing winds. You can try plenty of water sports, among which ski tow, parachute ride or you can hire a jet ski.
 
Kryo Nero Beach
Kryo Nero Beach
This beach stretches from the fishing harbor of Agia Napa for more than a kilometer and follows an easterly direction. Thousands of tourists visit it every year for their Cyprus holidays. Facilities for all sea sports are provided for and cafes, snack bars and restaurants abound in the area. The fishing harbor of Agia Napa with its small colorful boats adds character to the view and is a happy...
 




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