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You Can’t Miss These 7 Beaches in Cyprus

Of all the beaches in all the cities across the world, you should swim in Cyprus’. Fly to this beautiful Mediterranean island and enjoy the pleasures of the rejuvenating sun, sizzling sand and an invigorating swim in an azure sea. Let’s sail through the country’s top 7 beaches below:

Coral Bay: Enclosed in rocky caves and cliffs of the western coast, this beach is family-friendly. You can also indulge in water-skiing and diving here while the children can have a safe swim at the bay’s shallow shore.

Porto Pomos: A deep blue sea and a rocky coastline, this beach is on the wild, wild, west side of Cyprus. You can visit the Latchi fishing village and the astoundingly scenic town of Polis nearby too. One of the most unexplored beaches of the country, Pomos’ westmost shoreline is thrilling and exciting. A swim here is a lifelong memory.

Mackenzie Beach: The party beach of Cyprus, this Larnaca beach is super-close to the airport. Here, a multitude of beach bars line-up to quench your thirst while a plethora of music generates an astounding aura for the locals and tourists alike.

Nissi Beach: This Ayia Napa beach is a favorite of youngsters. A breeding ground for parties in the peak season, the water here is crystal and shallow in the low tide and challenging to swim when the tide’s high. Blessed with a swooping shore of soft white sands, Nissi beach will keep you buzzing with activities like water-skiing, paragliding, ringo rides and banana boats or lazy with its convenient sunbeds – it’s really your choice to make!

Latchi Beach: Fond of seafood? Then latch unto Latchi! With one of the best seafood cuisine in Cyprus, Latchi is a must-go for a person who enjoys the calm breeze of the port, a plate full of delicious seafood and a beautiful sunset.

Lara Bay: A hard reach and a wild beach, Lara Bay is a turtle-lovers’ treat. You need a 4×4 vehicle to access this isolated bay however when you reach here, the sight of green and loggerhead turtles will rush to captivate your senses.

Konnos Bay: This sheltered bay between Protaras and Ayia Napa has something to offer to everyone – dense forested cliffs for inspired hikers, powdery white sands for lazy sunbathers and turquoise warm waters for fervent swimmers. A visit to this picturesque cove, at the foot of Cape Greco, will undoubtedly develop for you countless lifelong memories of pure reverence.

There’s many other honorable mentions in this category – Aphrodite’s Rock and Beach, Serena Bay, Paramali Beach and Episkopi.

 

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