Cyprus hosts hundred thousands tourists every year, where they come to sock up the Mediterranean beach life and sea pleasures that Cyprus delivers. For a complete Cyprus beach experience, don’t miss visiting some of the best island’s beaches, that are awarded with the iconic Blue Flag.

The main coastal towns of Cyprus are Ayia Napa – Protaras, Larnaca, Limassol and Paphos, which many visitors beeline to for days filled with sunbathing and swimming 

Popular beachfronts near the major resort areas, such as Nissi Beach Resort, Columbia Resort, Four Seasons Resort and Anassa Resort come with full facilities on hand and plenty of water sports on offer, making these a great choice for both lazy beach-going days and active pursuits.

Possibly the prettiest beach in Cyprus and one of the island’s major tourist attractions, Nissi Beach is a sheltered cove rimmed with soft white sand that laps shallow turquoise water. It sits three kilometers west of the resort town of Ayia Napa. 

Right at the southern end of the promenade, Fig Tree Bay is loved both by vacationing families for its sheltered position and shallow depths and by snorkelers for the clear waters and plentiful fish life. Fig Tree bay can be also discovered from the seaside by motor boatcatamaran or sailing yacht, reviling the amazing views of the Protaras coastline.

Pissouri Bay (38 kilometers west from Limassol) offers two points of differentiation that make it stand out from the other island beaches and have also garnered it plenty of fans. Many yachts owners tend to visit Pissouri when chartering a boat or having a yacht holidays on a private yacht in Cyprus.

Near Limassol town, Lady’s Mile Beach stretches for seven kilometers along the eastern shore of the Akrotiri Peninsula.  A beach with shallow and calm waters, grey and golden sands! It is very popular yachting anchorage destination due to its calm and warm waters and restaurants that can deliver food on yacht. During yachting season, on weekends, over hundred yachts are anchored outside Lady’s Mile while on private charter, catamaran cruise or fishing trips. 

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