Beaches of Cyprus

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  • Agia Thekla Beach

    Agia Thekla Beach

    Agia Thekla Beach is a small beach named after a tiny old church situated nearby and located in Agia Napa. The beach has calm waters with fine golden sand. Just east of the beach is a collection of ancient tombs in the rocks and on the west there is a beach bar where the weekly market is held year aroun every Wednesday. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00. The beach offers a special wheelchair at the lifeguard tower to help disabled persons enter the sea with assistance from the lifeguards. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities.

  • Cape Greco

    Cape Greco

    Cape Greco is on the way to Potaras and it is the south easternmost top of Cyprus. The area is amazingly beautiful a must visit for nature lovers with eroded cliffs, stunning sea caves and crystalline waters. Popular activities at the sea caves include snorkelling, diving and fishing. Additionally, the area has become a frequented place for photography – and more specifically wedding photography – as the scenery becomes particularly romantic during sunset!

  • Kermia Beach (Limnara Beach)

    Kermia Beach (Limnara Beach)

    Kermia Beach is situated 2km east of Agia Napa on the west of Cape Greco. The beach offers access to all that the National Forest Park offers, including hiking and diving. The beach has golden sand 350m long and 25m wide beach with moderate waves. It can be reached from the road through the Kermia Beach Bungalows complex or on foot along the coastal path which leads from Ayia Napa harbour to Cape Greco. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00.

  • Konnos Bay

    Konnos Bay

    Konnos Bay is a cosy, protected bay favoured by the locals situated 4km east of Agia Napa on the road between Cape Greco and Protaras. It is one of the most picturesque beaches on the island, flanked by rocky hills full of pine trees and is well sheltered from heavy winds and had practically no waves at all. Be prepared for a walk down the hill towards the bay. It is a 200m long by 35m wide and covered with fine golden sand. Water sports are available here. There is also a transit point for small boats as the adjacent beaches provide bays for anchoring boats. The beach offers access to all that the National Forest Park offers, including hiking and diving. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities.

  • Makronissos Beach

    Makronissos Beach

    Makronissos Beach is located a few kilometres west of Agia Napa town centre. The beach has calm, shallow water and it is preferable to families with small children. It is a popular place, a cluster of three bays surrounding the beach. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00. The interesting archaeological site of Makronissos Tombs can be found in the area of the beach. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities.

  • Nissi Beach

    Nissi Beach

    Nissi Beach is a very popular beach located 2 kilometres west of Agia Napa, with white sands and clear calm waters. ´Nissi´ means island in Greek. A small rocky island is connected with the beach with a sandy passage. Accommodation facilities, restaurants and convenience stores are available nearby. The beach is one of the island´s busiest and liveliest beaches during the high season. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities. The beach also offers disabled access.

  • Gliki Nero Beach

    Gliki Nero Beach

    This is the closest beach to Agia Napa’s popular centre. The 250-metre long beach of Gliki Nero is a beautiful coastal stretch that reaches to the impressive Agia Napa Sea Caves, and continues west to the picturesque harbour. Like some other beaches in Cyprus the clear waters run shallow far in to the sea- always exciting and fun for children! Its name means ‘sweet water’ in Greek, and it is a sandy, natural beach of fine, golden sands, and shallow and calm, crystal-clear seawaters. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities.

  • Vathia Gonia

    Vathia Gonia

    The 300-metre long beach of Vathia Gonia is a beautiful coastal stretch that is located 400 metres east of the more crowded Nissi Bay. It is a coast of calm seawaters with a lack of winds. As a sandy beach with a natural rocky bay, it is covered in fine, golden sands, and its crystal-clear seawaters are relatively calm.The beach offers autonomous full access to the sea for the disabled. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, from 10:00 – 18:00. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities.

  • Fig Tree Bay

    Fig Tree Bay

    Fig Tree Bay in the heart of Protaras it bustles with life. Fig Tree Bay is one of Cyprus´s best known and most popular beaches with soft sand, clear waters with a small craggy island offshore which attracts swimmers, migrating birds and sea life. The small rocky island, a short swim away, and the blue-green water all contribute to the idyllic setting. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, 10:00 – 18:00. The beach also offers disabled access with a special wheelchair at the lifeguard tower. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities.

  • Pernera Beach

    Pernera Beach

    Pernera Beach is 350m long and 25m wide covered with golden sand and has moderate waves. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach in April, May, September and October, from 09:00 – 17:00, and in June, July and August, 10:00 – 18:00. Access is easy by foot, bike or car, and there are car-parking facilities. The beach offers disabled access.




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