Yiannades beach is located on the Larnaca – Dekeleia road, in the area of Oroklini in Larnaca. It has a length of 600 metres and has shallow calm waters.

The beach is made up of thin sand with the west part of the beach covered in pebbles and the east part of the beach covered in a mixture of pebbles and sand.

Yiannades beach has been awarded a blue flag for the cleanliness of the waters and offers its visitors all the necessities such as sunbeds, umbrellas, changing rooms and showers.

There are also lifeguards on duty during the tourist period and first aid services.

Along the length of the coast there are water sports available as well as cafes and restaurants for a drink, snack or food.

The access to the beach is quite easy with a parking area for both cars and bicycles. The beach also offers disabled access.

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