|Area:||9,251 sq km|
|Coastline:||648 sq km|
There are several beaches in Kyrenia which offer a variety of water sports ranging from water skiing, parascending, wind-surfing and jet skiing.
There are many beaches around the Lefke area with crystal-clear water and opportunities for wind surfing, diving, and many other water sports.
Famagusta has long been famous for its miles of sandy beaches. Some beaches are owned by hotels and have an entrance fee. There are various beaches with beach bars, sunshades and sun loungers. The beaches are safe and perfect for your Cyprus holiday with some great spots for swimming and snorkeling.
The coast of Agia Napa is considered as the finest regarding beaches in Cyprus. Extensive silvery, sandy beaches cover the area which attracts the majority of tourists. All along the beaches of Agia Napa, facilities for all sea sports are provided including water-skiing, wind-surfing, sailing canoes, pedals, motor boats, scooters, speed-boats, parachutes, scuba-diving and more.
Limassol has a beach of dark coarse sand and pebbles. Travel 2 miles east of the town and you will find Dassoudi, the resort's main beach. Here, you will find that this Cyprus beach is equipped with modern changing rooms, a snack bar, restaurant, car park and water sports. The beach itself is dark pebbly sand. Other Cyprus Beaches include Lady's Mile, which is 3 miles west of the old town; this beach is a 5 mile stretch of dark brown sand. Also the beach of Curium, is 10 miles west of Limassol, it has a quiet expanse of coarse, dark, pebbly sand at the foot of high cliffs.
Larnaca offers large stretches of safe sandy beaches that go on for miles. The two main beaches in Larnaca are; Mckenzie on the outskirts and Dhekelia beach which stretches for miles forming the backdrop to many of Larnaca's 4 & 5 star hotels.
In Protaras area the visitors will find many beaches which are equipped with sport facilities of every description adn well prepared to make your Cyprus holidays as pleasant as possible.. Stretching 5 km northeast from Cape Greko further to the north of Pernera, Cyprus beaches are some top-classes beaches along this strip with growing strip of hotels and restaurants.