Alykes beach is very centrally located near the harbour in Kato, Paphos and has shallow waters and rock pools which makes it ideal for families.
Aphrodite’s beach in Kouklia is very pebbly and to get to the sea you will have to walk over the pebbles and even some boulders so shoes are advised.
The CTO Beach in Larnaca, is named after the Cyprus Tourism Organisation is also known as Pyla or Pylo. It has a beautiful stretch of golden sand.
Faros means lighthouse which is where this beach got its name as there is a lighthouse situated at the end of this peninsula. It’s a new beach.
Finikoudes Beach is located just in front of the heart of Larnaca town and was named after the small palm trees planted there in 1922.
Kapparis beach is located in the Famagusta area of Cyprus and is a quiet, secluded and remote beach found at the end of a one-kilometre track.
Konnos Bay is 2 km north of Cavo Greko and is considered to be one of the most scenic beaches in Cyprus. The water is crystal clear and calm.
Kourion Beach is a one-kilometre long, lovely beach of grey sand and small pebbles Located in the Limassol area of Episkopi Bay.
Located in Limassol is the Lady Mile Beach, a seven-kilometre stretch of beautiful white sand and warm shallow waters, especially at the south end.
Nissi Beach is a well-known blue flag beach in the resort of Ayia Napa and stretches for 500 metres. It has gently shelving white sand.