Most people visit this amazing country solely to soak up the sun at the best beaches in Cyprus. It’s no surprise either, with crystal clear, turquoise waters and over 50 blue flag beaches, it’s truly paradisical.
I lived in Cyprus for around 4 months, and I loved exploring the different beaches across the island. There are so many to choose from, and each is beautiful and different in its own way.
Table of Contents
- 15 Best Beaches in Cyprus
- 1. Fig Tree Bay, Protaras
- 2. Malindi Beach, Limassol
- 3. Coral Bay, Paphos
- 4. Makenzie Beach, Larnaca
- 5. Nissi Beach, Ayia Napa
- 6. Kourion Beach, Limassol
- 7. Aphrodite’s Beach, Paphos
- 8. Konnos Bay Beach, Protaras
- 9. Governor’s Beach, Limassol
- 10. Antasia Beach, Paphos
- 11. Lara Beach, Paphos
- 12. Lady’s Mile Beach, Limassol
- 13. Finikoudes Beach, Larnaca
- 14. Makronissos Beach, Ayia Napa
- 15. Blue Lagoon Beach, Akamas
- Beaches in Cyprus: FAQs
- In Conclusion
You may be surprised to know that the best beaches around Cyprus vary. They differ from place to place; some are sandy, and some are pebbly. Some are a deep golden color while others are bright white. Below, I’ve listed my favorite Cyprus beaches to help you best plan your trip to the island.
15 Best Beaches in Cyprus
Read on to discover a list of the best beaches in Cyprus based on my experience. It includes rocky, pebbly, and sandy beaches, as well as private beaches in Cyprus. I’ve been to all of them and these are my favorites based on amenities, atmosphere, and cleanliness.
1. Fig Tree Bay, Protaras
Fig Tree Bay is one of the most famous beaches in Cyprus, and it’s easy to see why. Set in a sheltered bay on the east side of the island, Fig Tree Bay has incredible, fine sand, and calm, clear blue waters.
It’s a picture-perfect location and is absolutely one of the most beautiful beaches in Cyprus. It’s located near the popular tourist town of Protaras with Ayia Napa further along the coast.
On Fig Tree Bay itself, you’ll find beach bars and cafes located along the beach to keep you refreshed. You’ll find everything you need for a great day out, including loungers and water sports. You can even take a boat trip around the coast from the pier at the northern end of the beach.
In high season, (July and August), Fig Tree Bay is one of the busiest beaches in Cyprus and it becomes full of tourists and locals coming to sun themselves. You’ll need to arrive early to find a lounger or even a patch of sand to lay on. Outside the peak…
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