Cyprus beaches and coasts

Cyprus is well known for its beautiful beaches with sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Each cyprus city has its own beauty and displays a small piece of paradise. From Paphos to Larnaca the coast is filled with hundres of beaches for you to experience.

You can find a wealth of beaches in Cyprus and the one you desire. From the lovely crystal clear waters of the east to the western peninsula, Cyprus Island offers a great variety of beaches. Cyprus easten coast is famous for the white sandy beaches and the shallow turquoise water.

Find below the list based on cities/districts and regions. You may use the map to locate the beach you want or use the categorised list below to find out more about Cyprus beaches.

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Cyprus beaches by location (district)

The baths of Aphrodite beach is not well known beach. In order to get there you must park at the public parking at the Baths of Aphrodite and follow the road until you get to a hill from which you can either go left or right in order to get to the sand.
The blue lagoon beach could have easily taken the name of heaven. It is located to the west of Akamas in the Paphos district. It is an amazing place and the crystal waters in this bay in the Akamas peninsula give you the ability to see the sea depths.
Cape Greco beach, also called Cavo Greco means Greek cape and is between Ayia Napa and Protaras in Cyprus. Cape Greco is a protected nature park and it is a very popular tourist attraction as it also offers amazing landscaping views.
The CESSAC beach is located next to the Dekelia British base where the sea road finishes. It is a public beach with a thin strip of sand. There are many snack bars and one hotel which provide the people with anything they need.
Coral Bay is as the name suggests a bay in the municipality of Peyia 6 km North of the city of Paphos. It is a small bay with golden sand rather shallow waters.
Dasoudi beach is located in Polis Chrysochous in the Paphos district. It is positioned in a natural location with panoramic views of Chrysochou Bay. It is a well-known beach with both tourists and locals.
The beach of Dhekelia is the largest in the sandy beach of Larnaca. The beach has the largest collection of hotels in Larnaca and they all have a view towards the sea with very good offers. Many hotels will allow you to use their facilities for a small fee. There is also a variety of water sports, as well as other activities such as beach volleyball.
A small, sandy beach near the village Pervolia in Larnaca , for a relaxing day by the sea. As with many other beaches in Cyprus it has been awarded with a blue flag. Its name comes from the lighthouse which in Greek is Faros. This cape has a sea barrier which allows children to play in the sea. There is a beach bar and a variety of water sports are available such as jet skis and more.
Fig Tree bay is a beautiful sandy beach in Protaras, Cyprus. The water is crystal clear and there is golden sand. This beach is considered a very popular place and it was also declared by Trip-advisor the third best beach in Europe in 2011.

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Sandy bay is located in Ayia Napa near Nissi bay. It has white sands and the water is crystal clear. It is a protected beach located between two headlands, with amazing views over Ayia Napa and it's coastline. This beach is also very popular with families as it is less crowded than other surrounding beaches.
Vrissi beach is one of the most popular beaches in Protaras and an awarded beach for its natural water beauty. The beach stretches for 1.5 Km and is located at Protaras, Paralimni.

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Meneou beach is located in the village Meneou, in the Larnaca district. It is a small peaceful beach with bars that have snacks and soft drinks. The sea is calm with shallow waters ideal for families with children. There is easy access to it near the international airport of Larnaca.
This beach has beautiful locations and great sand. It is an ideal beach for fishing and diving due to its clear waters and its fantastic reefs in the area which are worth visiting. The Yiannathes beach also has a water sports centre with paragliding, jet skis as well as the perfect conditions for sailing as it has lifeguards on watch during all of the summer during 11 am to 5 pm. Another advantage it has is that it is close to the centre of Larnaca.

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Lady's mile beach is located very close to the new Limassol port and can be easily reached from Limassol town centre in 10-15 minutes. The beach stretches for about 8 kilometres and is very close to Limassol.
This graphic beach is quite popular. It is located in Agios Tichonas area in Limassol. It is a beautiful rocky area with ideal locations for those who like to explore. The beach is with sand and it can be accessed by car, motorbike, bike and bus. There are water sports available for rent and a lifeguard is on duty between 10am and 5pm.
Miami Beach is located in the heart of Limassol. Even though it is a small beach it is very good for swimming as it is also a sandy beach. It has a variety of facilities such as sunbeds, umbrellas and water sports for rent therefore it is completely equipped for swimming and relaxing. Access to the beach is easy by car, bus, motorbike and on foot.
Onisilos Beach is a quiet beach far away from the noise. It has thin white sand as is located in the beautiful area of Agios Tychonas in Limassol. Onisilos each is easily accessed by bus, car, motorbike and bike. There are also lifeguards on duty from 10am until 5pm.
Pareklissia beach is characterised by its soft sand and clear blue waters. It is one of the few beaches which exist in Limassol which are covered with this much sand. It has a length of 400 metres and a width of 300 metres of thin grey sand. The waves in the area and very mild.
Vouppa Beach is a sandy beach in Agios Tychonas in the Limassol district . In the area there are water sports and accommodation for rent. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 5pm. Access to the beach is easy by bus, car, motorbike and bike.

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Latsi beach is located close to the small port in the area of Polis Chrysochous , which is about 45 minutes from Paphos. This beach combines sea and mountain, which created a very graphical location. This beautiful beach is covered with pebbles and the crystal clear water is an offer waiting to be taken. There are many areas where you can stop at as the Latsi beach is quite a long strip.
Faros in Greek means lighthouse, and that is from where the beach took its name.Faros beach is a sandy beach located to the west of Paphos with an excellent view. Access t the beach is easy by car, bus, bike, motorbike and there are signs to direct you. It is a sandy beach with high quality water due to the many tests which are carried out.
The Pachiammos beach is located in the Paphos tourist area of Posidonos Avenue in front of all the hotels which exist there. The locals often refer to it as SODAP beach after a well-known wine company. There is a thin strip of beach which is accessed by all transportation, car, bike, bus, motorbike and bike. There are many signs to help find the beach from the road.
Paphos Municipal baths beach, also called Kato Paphos beach runs along the whole strip from Yeroskipou towards the Paphos harbour. Most of the beaches on that strip belong to the various hotels along that road. However there is a public area called “Ta Bania” in Greek, which means The Baths.
The most popular beach for the residents of Paphos. This beach is located in the heart of Kato Paphos which is the main tourist area. It is only 900 metres away from the Paphos castle and is near the main road of Posidonos Avenue. Due to the position of the beach, anything necessary can be found very easily.
Petra tou Romiou beach is one of the most famous beaches in Cypruswhich thousands of people visit every year and bathe in its surrounding waters. It is on the road between Paphos and Limassol. Petra Tou Romiou or Aphrodite’s Rock is not something to be missed.
The municipality beach is located in Polis Chrysochous. It is a beach with sand and pebbles and can be accessed by car, motorbike and bus. In the surrounding area there are water sports as well as accommodation is available.
Vrisoudia beach is an impressive sandy beach which is located near the hotels of the tourist area in Posidonos Avenue, Kato Paphos. It is the most organised beach in Paphos and it is taken care of by the Paphos municipality. It has access by all types of transportation including bus stops as well.
The Yeroskipou beach is located between Kato Paphos and Yeroskipou village. It is a rocky as well as sandy beach as it starts off with rocks but as you move further in, it becomes sandy.

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