Geroskipou Beach is situated between Kato Paphos and the village of Geroskipou. It is also known as Atlantida beach or Rikkos beach, and it is one of the most popular beaches in Paphos.

The particular beach extends for about 400 metres length, while it is filled with sunbeds, umbrellas and offers all the necessary services such as snack bars, changing rooms and toilets.

It is both rocky and sandy as there are pebbles in the beginning but then becomes sandy as you go further in. The waters at this beach have been given the Blue Flag award for their cleanliness and at the same time the beach stands out for its accessibility for people with disabilities.

There are also lifeguards on duty from April until October along the whole beach. It is considered to be the ideal beach for all ages as it is easily accessible, is organised and has all the necessary facilities.

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