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Saturday, 26 July 2014 13:19

Beach Touring in Cyprus

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It is a well-known fact that Cyprus is surrounded by the deepest blue-green and sparkling waters of the world! The island is packed with small secluded bays but also crowded cosmopolitan beaches, suiting all its visitors’ tastes and moods! There is nothing better than holidaying on the island and hopping the beaches dotting its glorious coastline!

Protaras Beach - Konnos Beach


Konnos Bay

Photo by Linda


Konnos Beach is characterised as being among the most scenic beaches on the entire island. The beach is not visible from the road, since it is surrounded by steep hills rich in vegetation. The vegetation surrounding the beach is mainly pine, acacia and juniper trees which add to the bay’s breathtaking beauty. The beach itself has golden sand and blue-green waters waiting to refresh you! During the summer months the bay is crowded with tourists and locals alike, thus the best time to visit is either early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The beach offers several amenities such as water sports ideal for the more adventurous lot!


Limassol Beach - Kourion Beach


Kourion Beach

Photo by Johanna Loock


Kourion Beach is famed as being one of the largest and most spectacular beaches in Limassol. The ruins of the Ancient Kourion Amphitheatre are located on the peak of a high hill right next to the shore. Water sports such as hand-gliding, wind-surfing, sailing and much more are available. The beach tends to get over-crowded especially during the peak of the summer, so make sure you arrive early!


Larnaca Beach - Mckenzie Beach


mackenzy beach larnaca

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Larnaca’s shoreline offers its visitors splendid stretches, which are probably its most famed attraction for tourists visiting the area. One of its most crowded and preferred coasts is Mckenzie Beach where you will meet splendid crystal blue waters and a long sandy bay ideal for those travelling with friends, families and couples! The area is not only renowned for its splendid waters but also its buzzing atmosphere. Mckenzie is dotted with impressive and lively beach bars, cafes and restaurants offering heaps of fun till morning hours!


Paphos Beach - Blue Lagoon


Blue Lagoon Akamas

Photo by Mark Stevens


The crystal blue waters in this tiny bay are so extremely vivid and blue that you are able to clearly see the sea bed underneath. Located in the Akamas Peninsula, the bay is only accessible by boat. The waters in this area are so inviting, refreshing and azure that you will want to swim for hours. Do not let the opportunity pass by, and go snorkelling to explore the beautiful sea life underneath.


Where to stay



Louis Althea Kalamies Luxury Villas is by far the best option available concerning your accommodation when holidaying in Protaras. The luxurious villas are located in the midst of Protaras famed sandy coast and within walking distance of the areas famed centre. Louis Althea Kalamies Luxury Villas is a complex consisting of 18 three bedroom and four bedroom villas with private pool and are ideal for both family vacations but also when travelling with friends! The villas incredibly design connote relaxation, comfort and natural elements such as water.

The purpose of the villas is to cater to your every need, to provide the utmost comfort in a beautiful surrounding. Just imagine lounging at the privacy of your pool while overlooking the sun sinking into the Mediterranean Sea!

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