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Cosmopolitan. Secret and secluded. Ideal for diving. Family-friendly. Cyprus is surrounded by beautiful beaches that cater to all tastes and occasions.


Columbia Beach: Βy far Limassol’s trendiest beach. A show-stopping designer bar– the ultimate meeting point for relaxation on plush sunbeds, for signature cocktails, snacks and rhythmic music. Reservations recommended!

Nissi Beach: aka ‘The Jewel of Ayia Napa’ world-famous for white sands and turquoise waters. Attracts thousands per year. Water sports, DJs, music, vibes– the party never stops!

Aplostra: Limassol’s youth migrate to this popular bar located on the outstretched sands of Lady’s Mile. Comfortable sunbeds with umbrellas mere feet from the water. Vibrant music. Popping on the weekends!

Sirena Bay: Α small, reed-filled bay in Protaras, surrounded by azure waters– renowned for exotic beauty. Fall in love with the bar and its colourful chairs right above the beach.

Marina Beach Bar: Limassol Marina’s sole beach bar. Modern, stylish sunbeds spread out across the grass. An elegant restaurant serving various, gastronomical hits.

Kaliva: This elegant place near the port of Ayia Napa is ideal for relaxation. Comfy sunbeds. Exquisite gastronomy. Amazing cocktails. Dance till you drop!

Konnos: One of Protaras’ most beautiful beaches. Ringed by pine-filled hills. Sunset– The Cliff Bar in the Grecian Park Hotel, just above the beach– be there!

Ayia Thekla beach


Lara Beach: aka ‘Turtle Beach’– home to Loggerhead and rare Green sea turtles. Surrounded by golden sands and bright blue waters. Peaceful. Protected. No services, so bring water and snacks. In the area of Akamas, Pafos province. Please be mindful of the turtle nests!

Ayia Thekla Beach: Awarded the Blue Flag. Just outside bustling Ayia Napa. Fully serviced, but still a refuge for bathers. Mandatory, a stroll to the picturesque fishing harbour, Potamos Liopetriou (Liopetri River). Visit the beautiful chapel, Ayia Thekla.

Baths of Aphrodite: A sanctuary of infinite beauty on the eastern slope of Akamas. Breathtaking views! A small number of sunbeds. Visit Aphrodite’s cave before descending to the beach– purportedly where the goddess bathed.

Avdimou Beach: One of the longest shores west of Limassol. Ideal for losing oneself in the utter peacefulness of a desert landscape. Kyrenia Beach Restaurant– fresh fish and ouzo by the sea!

Kourion Beach: A pebble-splayed beach on the bay of Episkopi. Organised. Three seafood restaurants along the lengthy shoreline. Closeby, the famous, ancient theatre Kourion.

Mackenzie Beach


Fig Tree Bay: Voted one of Europe’s best beaches! Golden sands. Crystalline waters. Explorable islet a stone’s throw from the shore. Fully organized– arrive early on weekends to claim a sunbed and umbrella! Located in Protaras.

Coral Bay: A stunning coastline of pure, golden sand and crystal-clear water. Perfect for family excursions. Fully equipped– close to many restaurants, fish taverns, coffee shops, bars and hotels. In Peyia, Pafos.

Mackenzie Beach: Nearby the old Larnaka airport. Suitable for everyone. Featuring trendy restaurants, coffee shops and beach bars. Quaint taverns and playgrounds, too!

Dasoudi: Situated in a small grove in the heart of Limassol’s tourist area. Paved paths for long strolls, jogging and cycling. Features many restaurants, beach bars and coffee shops. Children’s area complete with a large playground and inflatable water toys.

Makronissos: An impressive complex of small coves near Ayia Napa. Renowned for white sands and turquoise waters. Organized, with various kiosks serving cold snacks and drinks. Ideal for relaxation.

Sandy Bay: Organized. Picturesque. A beach with fine, white sand and shallow water. Popular, family friendly. Located in Ayia Napa.

Sandy Beach


Tripiti Beach: aka ‘Zapalo’, in Limassol. Difficult to access, yet so rewarding! A large bay with clear blue water and fine sand, ideal for walking. Two picturesque piers frequented by local fishermen. Wild, magical beauty– perfect for selfies!

Sandy Beach: A well-hidden paradise in Chloraka, Pafos province. Secluded bay with bronzed sands. Big waves– ideal for surfing. Scattered sunbeds. A small, wooden kiosk serving amazing Mojitos!

Kryoneri Beach: Sandy with scattered pebbles. Crystalline, chilling water. Grape by the Sea– a quaint beach bar with ice-cold beer and snacks. Located in Kato Pyrgos, Nicosia– the last beach before the dead zone.

Faros Beach: Awarded the Blue Flag– small, quiet, partially organized beach surrounded by deep water. Near the end of a large bay in the village Pervolia, in Larnaka.

Armyropigado: aka ‘Scout beach’. A small, secluded beach in the area of ​Kapparis, in Protaras. Famous for its golden sand and atmosphere of pure relaxation.

Sea Caves: A landscape of unrivalled natural beauty. Sculpted white rocks with hidden caves– go exploring! Secluded, idyllic for many, including nudists! In Ayios Georgios Peyia, Pafos province.

Makronisos beach


Softades Beach: Home to the annual, King of Kite, organized by Kahuna Surfhouse. Kitesurfing races, thousands of spectators, BBQs and beach parties. In Mazotos, Larnaka– a kitesurfer’s paradise. 

Ayios Ermogenis Beach: Ideal for windsurfing and water sports. Located a short distance from Kourion, the ancient theatre in Limassol province.

Governor’s Beach: Α kayaker’s dream! 10 minutes from Limassol. Ask for Lazaros at Sea Kayak Cyprus, your guide to kayaking below white sea cliffs, into caves, and to remote shores.

Paramalia Beach: Ideal for extreme sports. Home to Cyprus’ largest kitesurfing school. A vast, sandy beach with deep water outside the seaside village Paramali, Limassol.

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