A stretch of a long sandy beach with crystal waters at the Fig Tree Bay coast.
A busy crowded beach most of the time with shallow waters ideal for children, and much activity of beach sports.
I came here the first week of October and I felt as if it was June or July in Greece. The beaches were still crowded and the water had the perfect temperature.
See some of my photos:
I had long walks by the coastal beach road of Protaras and I want to share some photos with you.
There are many Palm trees in Protaras and beautiful estates.
I urge people who visit Protaras to take long strolls and explore the area.
There are hidden gems on the coast, so take along your cameras. I am sure you will stop every few minutes for a photo! Beautiful bays with unbelievably calm crystal waters.
Tip: Don't swim for days in the same beach.
There are so may beaches for you to explore and I am sure you will be surprised each
time from what you find.
Turquoise crystal waters are all over the coasts of Protaras
On a recent trip I had in Cyprus I spent 5 days here. I had long walks and swam for
See photos of some of the coasts in Protaras.
The coasts meet the expectations of the most demanding visitor!
Cape Greco, is also known as Cavo Greco - a headland in the southeastern part of the island of Cyprus. It is at the southern end of Famagusta Bay and lies between the towns of Ayia Napa and Protaras.
It is frequently visited by many tourists for its natural beauty. It is a protected nature park. From the high points on the cliff that rests at the cape you can get some amazing sights.
Lovers of diving and snorkeling love this place out here.
We went there last year with daughter Ashley and parents. Great spectacle i reckon laser show,real fire volcano eruption and lots of surprises -value for money- as nothing else is there in Cyprus to offer something similar. A definite must visit while around...ohhh and great thing was that we were allowed to use cameras and video..taaa
Although modern this church was built in the Byzantine style to replace a small room that was being used as a church. It is well worth the walk to the church and the climb to the top (about 100 steep stone steps) as from the top there is a breathtaking view of Protaras and the surrounding countryside. In the evenings the church is lit up.
The most popular beach in Protaras. Great for small children, the water is crystal clear. You have restaurants right by the beach.