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Best location as very closed to the most famous and awarded with the “blue flag” award (May 2014) beach – Fig Tree Bay. Cape Greco, the famous protected nature park with natural beauty where you can enjoy a picturesque sunset, is very near to our hotels. Very easy to access Konnos beach which combines the breathtaking view of a hill full of green trees and the crystal blue color of the sea. Walking distance from the most popular pubs, restaurants and shops at Protaras Main Street.


aboutCY FigueTreeFig Tree Bay
One of Cyprus's best known and most popular beaches, Fig Tree Bay takes its name from the tree that provided shade to locals before the area's popularity with tourists. With its long stretch of fine, white sand, clean and shallow water, the beach is a favourite with locals over the weekends, particularly those with small children. The small rocky island a short swim away and the blue - green water all contribute to the idyllic setting.


aboutCY KonnosKonnos Beach
Situated four kilometres east of Agia Napa on the road between Cape Greco and Protaras, Konnos is the last beach delineating the boundaries between Agia Napa and Paralimni. One of the most picturesque beaches on the island, it is well sheltered from heavy winds and has practically no waves at all. It is 200 metres long by 35 metres wide and covered with fine golden sand. Water sports, sun bed and umbrella hire are available on site while lifeguards are on duty with lifesaving equipment from 10:00 to 18:00 hours during the bathing season. The beach is accessible by car, motorbike and bicycle, and on foot.


aboutCY CapoCape Greco
The rocky peninsula on the south-eastern coast of Cyprus, east of Agia Napa and south east of Protaras, is an area of unspoiled natural beauty that has been declared a National Forest Park and conservation area and covers an area of 385 hectares. Hike along the network of nature trails lined with miniature pine trees and juniper stopping to admire spectacular views from sea cliffs overlooking turquoise seas. Benches along the way provide the opportunity to rest and gaze down into crystal clear waters.
The 2 kilometres Aphrodite nature trail which goes along the north east coast of the Cape Greco peninsula is part of the Aphrodite Cultural Route and commemorates the link with the goddess. Do not miss the small white washed church of Agii Anargyri with steps down to the sea where the Holy Water exists, or take one of the trails leading to the so-called Cyclops’ cave stopping at the nearby picnic site for a pleasant rest.
The Cape Greco area is popular with divers, thanks to warm sea temperatures ranging from 16ºC in winter to 28ºC in summer and with visibility reaching 30 to 40 metres. The fauna of the waters of Cape Greco hide many interesting sea creatures.


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