Cyprus Beaches

The excellent island of Cyprus is encompassed by the shining perfectly clear blue Mediterranean Sea. Year round daylight makes the island the ideal goal at whatever time of the year and is an ideal decision for your winter sun occasions, family occasions, weddings and special nights. Numerous hotels are situated close to the beach and are in this way ideal for your cheap occasions to Cyprus.

Cyprus has a place with the European Blue Flag Campaign, with just the top quality beaches being granted the Blue Flag seal of endorsement. The island offers an assortment of beaches; some have brilliant sands while others are a blend of sand and rocks. Many have minor detached bays with others found in confined spots with long sandy extends spotted with sand hills. Most Cypriot beaches offer an assortment of water games, for example, scuba plunging, snorkeling and cruising.

Ayia Napa is notable for the lovely blue banner Nissi Beach. Visitors are pulled in to this beach for its delicate brilliant sands and quiet waters which are perfect for families and couple alike. There is a small island only 100 meters from the beach which visitors can without much of a stretch reach by foot through the shallow waters. Water games, for example, windsurfing, water-skiing and pedalos are accessible, alongside bungee hopping and beach volleyball.

Fig Tree Bay and Sirena Bay are two well known Protaras beaches which have clear shallow waters, making them perfect for youngsters. The bigger Fig Tree Bay is a wonderful brilliant sandy beach fixed with hotels, eateries, bistros and shops. There are an assortment of water games on offer including water-skiing, stream skiing, parasailing and heaps of various inflatable rides for the entire family to enjoy. The more disengaged and protected beach at Konnos Bay is situated about a mile from Ayia Napa on the tough coastline of Cavo Greco.

The fine beaches of Larnaca incorporate the renowned shallow water Finikoudes Beach which is fixed with delightful palm trees, eateries and bars.

Somewhere between Limassol and Paphos, near Aphrodite’s origination, is the awesome Pissouri Bay. Encompassing the cove are some extraordinary eateries where you can enjoy a custom Cypriot dinner while looking out over the Mediterranean Sea. Only outside of Limassol is the dazzling Kourium Beach which has an astonishing background of a Greco-Roman amphitheater.

Most likely the best known Cyprus beach is Petra Tou Romiou (Aphrodite Beach) close Paphos. It is trusted this is the place Aphrodite ascended from the ocean. Paphos has numerous wonderful beaches including Coral Bay which is a brilliant sandy beach sitting between two headlands.

The west shore of Cyprus is home to the absolute most lovely and separated beaches. Sitting on the edge of the Akamas Peninsula are the beaches at Latchi and Polis. An unquestionable requirement to visit on your direct occasions to Cyprus is Lara Beach where the jeopardized loggerhead and green turtles home and lay their eggs.