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

Coral Bay: Encased in rocky caves and cliffs on the western shore, this beach is ideal for families. You can also enjoy water skiing and scuba diving here, while the kids can swim safely in the bay’s shallow shoreline.

Porto Pomos – A deep blue sea and a rocky coastline, this beach is located on the wild and wild west side of Cyprus. You can also visit the fishing village of Latchi and the town of Polis, with stunning scenery, nearby. One of the most unexplored beaches in the country, the westernmost coast of Pomos is thrilling and exciting. A bath here is a memory for a lifetime.

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

Nissi Beach: This beach in Ayia Napa is a favorite among young people. A hotbed for parties in the high season, the water here is crystal clear and shallow at low tide and a challenge to swim at high tide. Blessed with a dizzying shoreline of soft white sands, Nissi Beach will keep you buzzing with activities like jet skiing, parasailing, ringo rides and banana boats or lazy with its comfy loungers – it really is your choice!

Latchi Beach: A fan of seafood? Then hold on to Latchi! Boasting one of the best seafood cuisines in Cyprus, Latchi is a must for a person who enjoys calm harbor breezes, a plate full of delicious seafood, and a beautiful sunset.

Lara Bay: A tough reach and wild beach, Lara Bay is a turtle lover’s delight. You need a 4×4 vehicle to access this secluded bay, however, when you get here the sight of green and loggerhead sea turtles will be quick to captivate your senses.

Konnos Bay – This sheltered bay between Protaras and Ayia Napa has something for everyone: densely forested cliffs for inspired hikers, powder-white sands for lazy sunbathers, and warm turquoise waters for avid swimmers. A visit to this picturesque cove, at the foot of Cape Greco, is sure to leave you with countless memories of pure reverence for a lifetime.

There are plenty of other honorable mentions in this category: Aphrodite’s Rock and Beach, Serena Bay, Paramali Beach, and Episkopi.


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