The Zygi Marina is located in the Zygi village in the Larnaca district about half an hour from both Limassol and Larnaca.

Zygi is a small fishing village which is situated along the Mediterranean coastline and is an up and coming tourist area.

The marina was funded by the European Union in 2012 in order to accommodate the small and medium fishing boats in the area.

Even though it is small it is a well-protected marina which provides a number of mooring for a variety of vessels. The facilities available at the marina are quite limited however there is a vehicle and trailer parking area as well as a storage area nearby.

The Zygi Marina has many seafood and tavern restaurants positioned around it. The area is well known for its fresh fish which is usually served in the surrounding restaurants on the seafront.  The marina is a pleasant area to eat at, relax and to walk around.

Next to the marina there is a small quiet beach with sand and sunbeds to rent.

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