Vrysoudia Beach is located in the area of Protaras in Paralimni. More specifically, it is situated between Louma Beach and Ayia Triada Beach behind the Crystal Springs Hotel.

The beach has a length of 120 metres and a width of 25 metres. There is golden sand and the water is crystal clear which will receive a blue flag soon.

The facilities at the beach include changing rooms, showers, sunbeds, umbrellas and water sports. There is also a variety of restaurants, cafes and kiosks in the area.

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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