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Protaras Beach (Fig Tree Bay). Located in the popular tourist resort of Protaras in the popular holiday town of Paralimni, the popular beach of Protaras - better known as Fig Tree Bay - boasts fine, golden sands and crystal-clear waters. It takes its name from a single, solitary fig tree that has been there since the 17th century.
Lat: 35.012567 Lon: 34.058549
Konnos Beach: A little piece of island paradise.
Situated 4 km east of the centre of the popular resort of Agia Napa - on the road between Cape Gkreko and Protaras - the 200-metre long beach of Konnos is one of the most picturesque on the island.
Lat: 34.98378 Lon: 34.06916
Santa Barbara Beach: A beach that offers snorkelling and ancient history. Located at the famous coastal resort of Agios Tychonas in the Lemesos (Limassol) district, the beach of Santa Barbara is peaceful and chic.
Comprised of sand with some rocks, the clean seawaters are further enhanced by an artificial reef, with the ancient Amathounta port offering excellent opportunities for snorkelling. There is a scenic footpath that leads westwards, passing the ancient city and the port of Amathounta.
Lat: 34.711814 Lon: 33.146033
Pissouri Beach: The naturally stunning resort of the greater Lemesos (Limassol) area.
Located 30km west of Lemesos [midway between Lemesos and Pafos (Paphos)], Pissouri Bay is the tourist resort of the village of Pissouri. The coast has seen its popularity soar thanks to its stunning, natural beauty and the resort facilities now found in the area.
Lat: 34.64974 Lon: 32.72205
Vrysoudi: Located in the heart of the tourist area of Kato Pafos. The 300-metre long beach of Vrysoudia A is one of the main organised beaches of the area.
The sands are deep, golden and the clean seawaters here are calm and shallow, making it a popular choice for all, including families with children.
Lat: 34.75016 Lon: 32.42156