The Pantachou-Limanaki beach is located in Ayia Napa with a length of 800 metres and a width of 35 metres.

It starts from the end of the Glyki Nero beach and ends at the west wall of the iconic port.

It is a blue flag beach with golden sand a clear blue waters, forming one of the favourite beaches for both tourists and locals. Thousands of tourists visit the beach every year.

The Ayia Napa port with its iconic boats adds a peculiar character to the view, bringing memories of the past.

There are facilities such as sunbeds, umbrellas, toilets and water sports.

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.

Access to the beach is by car, motorbike, and bike or on foot and there is parking.

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