The most beautiful beaches in Cyprus

Posted by on April 15, 2013

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Recently there have been talks regarding the island of Cyprus only on small economic questionnaires about the deficit of billion euros and the forced levies on current accounts. But we do not have an account in Cyprus and it is more interesting in thinking about the island which is divided in half between Greece and Turkey as a vacation spot and a summer resort.


So let’s see if there’s some interesting beach to hang out this summer, counting on an expected drop in prices for stays in the area. Actually, there are some offers from Teletext Holidays offering some of the greatest apartment deals in the area. Cyprus presents vacationers with 320 days of sunshine a year with clean and transparent waters and 780 miles of free beaches or establishments from decidedly affordable prices – white sand, rocks, pebbles and stones. Speaking of cleanliness and quality of services, beaches in Cyprus also count 56 Blue Flags! The beaches of white sand are very fine – light and are located on the east coast. There you can find: Nissi Beach, which has a strip of sand that connects an island to the mainland. If you want something equally attractive but less crowded go to Makronisos, which is more isolated and with only two structures that surround it. Whoever wants to wear a mask and snorkel make a transition to Fig Tree Bay, where the colour of the sea is the main attraction.

Beaches of Cyprus

The south coast of Cyprus has the Ladys Mile beach frequented mainly by locals. Gray sand and the best conditions for surfing are in Agios Ermogenis while kitesurfing, a little crowd and a good restaurant can be easily found close to Avdimou. The beach of Pissouri Bay is quite large and it is crowded on weekends only, the only alert is on the turtle nests which are marked and to be avoided at all costs. The beach of Petra Tou Romiou, the supposed birthplace of Aphrodite, with its stacks is one of the most photographed of Cyprus.

The most beautiful sea in Cyprus can be seen from the peninsula of Akamas: the coast, however, can only be reached by boat, since the trails, well landscaped, remain higher than the coast.

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