Katsarka beach is located very close to the Ayia Napa port. It is so close that the visitors can access it on foot if you park in the port and walk for about 5 to 10 minutes on the nature trail.

Alternatively visitors must drive with a direction towards the west on the Nissi Avenue for about 800 metres after the pedestrian crossing.

After turning to the left, there is a sign which says "Towards Katsarka beach". Access to the beach is by car, motorbike, and bike or on foot and there is parking.

It is rocky beach with sand at some points and it is 100 metres in length and 20 metres in width. The beach has the blue flag certification for it clear blue waters.

There are many facilities such as sunbeds, umbrellas, and toilets available.

In April, May, September and October from 9am until 5 pm, and in June, July, August from 10 am until 6 pm, there are lifeguards with lifeguard equipment as well as first aid services.

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