One of the most notable and cherished Paphos seashores is Coral Bay. Albeit a bit busier than the others, Coral Bay is prominent with families, on the grounds that there are heaps of water sports openings, huge amounts of sunbeds, and a selection of cafés to browse.
Latchi (Latsi) is in the northwest corner of Cyprus, about a 40 minute drive from Paphos airport. It is certainly justified regardless of the drive. The scene is tough and untouched and the sea shores quite often calmer than any of the other Cyprus sea shores. Moreover, the water is constantly warmer up there!
Considerably further away from Paphos is the small village of Pachyammos outside of town of Pomos. The ocean and mountains join to make an absolutely remote that merits the drive from Paphos.
Geroskipou Beach aka Rikkos Beachin Paphos
Its located about five minutes from the center of town as you are heading toward the airport. In fact it’s called Geroskipou Beach, yet everybody knows it as Rikkos sea shore as a result of Rikkos Bar sitting right beside it. Indeed, even in August, it is tranquil and quiet. A long seashore with a blend of sand and pebbles, it’s ideal for watching the boats pass by.
Most likely the busiest of the considerable number of seashores in Cyprus because of its closeness to Agia Napa, Protaras seashores have the best water in the Mediterranean as I would like to think! Clear and warm and welcoming, the water entices you and you continue returning.
Fig Tree Bay
Maybe is one of the best Cyprus beaches set right in Protaras, Fig Tree Bay is annually voted one of the best beaches in Europe. Popularly known as Fig Tree Bay thanks to the single Fig Tree that has been there since the 17th C, this long sandy beach is always busy but gorgeous. A tiny island sits right in front of you. For those inclined to do nothing on a beach, swimming around the island can be your exercise for the day!
Pissouri Bay is a near perfect beach. The setting is glorious – between two hills from Cape Aspro to the Mavrorotsos. Both a pebbly and sandy and without the hordes that can drive you indoors, Pissouri beach is five minutes drive from the rock where Aphrodite was born. You can imagine her riding the waves to join you on this perfect spot.
It is one of the most deserted Cyprus beaches Situated in the last wilderness spot in Cyprus, in the Akamas Peninsula, Lara Bay is the nesting ground of the Green Back Turtle. Soft sand is in abundance in a bay that has the shape of a horseshoe, the water is warm and clear and it’s one of the quietest beaches in Cyprus.
Sandy Beach is southwest of Paphos in Lemba village(34.813001, 32.393729). It is a beach with golden sand where you can enjoy your time. It is an organized beach bar with umbrellas and beds. Sandy beach is a well-known hot spot for Cypriot surfers and not only. Many surfers come every year to tame the waves.