10 Best Beaches of Cyprus

Published: 03rd July 2008
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Located in south of Turkey and southeast of Greece, the geographical location of Cyprus is represented by the population, with half of Cyprus being Turkish and Greek, as well as both being Greek Orthodox Christian and Muslim. The national languages are both Greek and Turkish. Cyprus is an history island with fascinating and there are many interesting sites to visit. Tourism is the biggest industry in Cyprus and their most valuable resource is their wonderful beaches.

The following is a list of the 10 best Cypriot beaches.

Diana Beach This is an artificial sandy beach with a rocky bottom. Get out those surf shoes folks when walking in the water here because of the rocky bottom. Sun beds and umbrellas are available for hire, as are scooters which can be hired for travelling about.

Alagadi Turtle Beach
Alagadi Beach is a sandy beach with a rocky sea floor, however the water is shallow for quite a distance out making it great for swimming. Green turtles and Loggerhead turtles come up on the beach to lay their eggs during egg-laying season. During this time a portion of the beach is closed off to tourists.

Escape Beach
This beach has been carefully maintained and for this reason it is a favorite resort for families and singles alike. The fee to get into Escape Beach is 10YTL. A number of sports can be played here including volleyball. The nightlife is fantastic and there are many outdoors clubs with well established DJ's.

Protaras Beach
This is the most popular beach in the Protaras municipality and there are a variety of water sports here for visitors to enjoy.

Ladies' Mile Beach
This is a golden sandy beach with shallow, clear, and very calm waters. This beach is very safe for kids and is plentiful with water sports





Curium Beach
This is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in Cyprus. High above the beach is a restored Roman Amphitheater. From this vantage you can watch the boats and water sports. The sea can be very rough at times but the beaches are gentle and favorable for swimmers. This beach can get a little crowded at times due to its popularity.

Pissouri Beach
This is a sandy shingle beach that is located in the village of Pissouri. There is a full compliment of water sports and even a diving school for those inclined to dive. This is a beach that is rarely over crowded except on the weekends.

Governor's Beach
Located between Larnaca and Limassol, this is a shallow beach that is great for small children to play and swim. There is also a white rocks area that is beautiful with great fishing and sailing at this beach.

Nissi Beach
Nissi Bay This is a beach located in the calm Nissi Bay, which provides shelter from the wind. This beautiful beach comes with magnificent views as well as having great, cafes, pubs, and a variety of water sports.

Fig Tree Bay Beach
This beach is aptly named because of a lone Fig Tree that grows just up from the Beach. This is a very popular beach in the Protaras District. Tourists find this beach difficult to locate as times because there are restaurants and hotels lining the beach. Look for the Salparo Hotel to the north and the Nausicaa Beach Hotel Apartments to the south.

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Comments
Adrian Lawrence on September 1, 2011 said:
My family really loves Cyprus, we bought a villa last year in Coral Bay and plan to spend every summer there until the kids grow up, as they are only 2 and 4 at the moment thats a lot of holidaying!
cookie_won on September 1, 2011 said:
Nissi Beach is great, a beach packed full of young people sunning themselves and watersports and bars. The water is shallow and warm and has jet skis, banana boats, a bungee jump and anything inflatable you can think of
Cyprus info on September 1, 2011 said:
2011 hasn't been the best year for Cyprus, in July there was a large explosion that destroyed 50% of the islands power supply. Also the country has a lot of exposure to the Greek economy so much so that the rating agencies have down graded the islands credit rating. That said it doesn't affect the sun! One of the main attractions of Cyrpus is that during the period April to November it almost never rains. When you combine that with being part of the EU and that most of the population speaks good English you begin to see why its so popular with tourist. Most recently it has become really popular with Russians and former countries of the USSR such as Ukraine, seems these are the only ones with money in 2011!
Maria on September 1, 2011 said:
Nice article on Cyprus, thanks! I grew up there, and am now feeling very nostalgic! Maybe I should get a holiday booked. LOL

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