Some of the best Cyprus Beaches are in the Protaras Area.
including Pernera, Kapparis, Agia Triada
Green Bay Beach in Protaras is a lovely little secluded beach ideal for diving, snorkeling and lazy day sun lounging. Just nearby is the Greenbay Watersports and Wakeboarding Club which is one of the very few places in Protaras where you can try your hand at Wakeboarding.
If you are more into Scuba diving you can visit the Aquanaut Scuba Diving School which is run by the same Family and in the same Area. Green Bay does not get as crowed as Figtree Bay in Summer for example and you will always find a Place there. Recently some Conveniences have also been installed by the Municipality.
Figtree Bay has been voted one of the best beaches in Cyprus.The sandy beach stretches for 500m and the waters are clean enough for the beach to have been awarded blue flag designation.
Fig Tree Bay has become a popular destination for families. Water sports such as water-skiing, windsurfing, and parasailing are available at Figtreebay Watersports (FTB Watersports) From April to October, lifeguards and lifesaving equipment are available on the beach from 9am to 6pm.
Konnos Bay Beach
Konnos Bay Beach technically is in the Ayia Napa Municipal Area but very near to Protaras, therefor it is often referred to as a Protaras Beach.
A picturesque Blue Flag beach, a mile east of Ayia Napa on the Protaras road, close to the dramatic, rugged coastline of Cavo Greco, a national forest park with excellent nature trails. Konnos is sheltered from the prevailing winds, despite its wide sweep. Admire the sunsets, and look out for the starfish in the amazingly clear water. From Protaras you might need a Car or Bicycle to get there. It is about 2 or 3 km from the Centre in the direction of Ayia Napa (take the OLD Road to Ayia Napa past the Paramount and Grecian Park Hotel)
Apart from the obvious swimming and sunning, try out almost any water sport or hire a motor boat or jet ski if you must. Sea caves abound around Cape Greco, best experienced from the many boat tours on offer.
This is the biggest and longest beach of Protaras. Depending on its exact location people call it different names like Vryssiana Beach, Sunrise Beach, Constantinos the Great Beach, Silver Sands Beach, etc.
A great beach to sunbath and take a swim in the clear waters.
A variety of Hotels line this beach, set back from the newly finished Boardwalk which links Protaras and Pernera. The Sunrise Hotel, Constantinos the Great Hotel, the new Vrissiana Beach Hotel to name but a few.
Water-sport Facilities are available along the Beach with one of the oldest established Watersport Companies in Protaras, Stephanos Watersports.
Kapparis Beach is a small beach at the end of a Dead End Road towards the Sea. Gets quite busy in Main Season with Locals from Paralimni as well.
Kapparis Beach is located a little north of the Protaras resort town and is the first serviced beach of the island, if you come from the occupied part of Cyprus (or the last beach if you go towards the occupied part of Cyprus.There are also other names of the Kapparis Beach – Fireman’s Beach or Asprokremmos Beach. Kapparis Beach is located in an amazingly beautiful bay which is decorated by the steep cliff from white limestone (hence one of the names of the beach – “Aspro – kremmos” – white cliff). Cliff and the Cape is forming a bay which has excellent protection from even the strongest south-western winds and sea storms.
Golden sands and clear water. If you choose the right place to go in, it’s quite shallow for a while. Water sports are available on the beach.
The beach front promenade is great for a wander with some good places to grab food and refreshment. Potami Beach may be small but it is a cove with clean golden sands. During the day it’s a wonderful place to visit with family. The BBQ corn Stand is a must to try on a visit. The beach can get busy in High Season (July, August, September). But in the evening the views across to other side of island are breathtaking.
Anastasia Beach Hotel is situated just behind this Beach and so is the Blue Spice Restaurant across the Road for a refreshing Drink or some Snacks.
Sirena Bay Beach
One of the best beaches along this coastline especially if you find Sunrise and Fig Tree beaches too busy.A thin stretch of sand just off the road between Protaras and Agia Triada in Pernera, Sirena Bay is a tiny secluded cove that has little in the way of facilities save for a tree covered bar and restaurant. From here you can take a break from sunbathing and enjoy splendid views across the sea while dining on traditional Cypriot cuisine. From Pernera main area drive towards the Kama Lifestyle Hotel, turn right there towards the Golden Coast Hotel and Harbour. Just before the Golden Coast Hotel follow the road left and after about 1km you will see the turnoff on your right side into Sirena Bay.
Ayia Triada (Trinity beach), located between Pernera and Kapparis popular with locals as it is nearest to Paralimni is a beach with coarse sand and crystal clear blue waters, next to a fishing harbour and tiny chapel. Sun loungers are provided by the Municipality for the general public. It is tranquil and safe enough for children with the shallow waters and relatively small beach area (compared to the main beaches).
There are walking trails along the coast if you are feeling active and want to soak up the views of the beautiful harbour. The beach is wide and at the back end there is a beach soccer area for those wishing to engage in their favorite sport. Ayia Triada area offers a wide range of friendly restaurants, cozy taverns, bars with live entertainment and shopping opportunities to suit the whole family.This is also the last Beach on the 101 Bus Route (coming from Ayia Napa or Protaras)You need to get off the Bus just before the Large Round About and walk back a little towards the Sea.
Ayia Triada View Accommodation is just up the Road.
Malama Beach is a sheltered cove with a nice bar sitting just above, which is a great spot for a beer as the sun goes down.The Bay is protected from the westerly winds and perfect for children. Snorkeling is a must at the one side Rocky Cliffs.
Being a little bit off the beaten path gives the Malama Beach a quieter feel. Most of the Beach Goers there would probably be staying at the adjacent Malama Beach Holiday Vilage.
Another beautiful beach in Protaras. It is a quite beach for those who are seeking to relax. Its length is 80 meters and its width 25. Its name implied the existence of big stones, but the very good work of the Municipality turned this beach into a real gem of the area.Toilet Facilities were recently added. The Water is very shallow with a sandbank lying just off shore.
The Beach is located just below the Villa Mare Lombardi.
The Lombardi Development has gained international Recognition
Dog Friendly Beach-Kapparis
Last-but not least- the only Dog Friendly Beach in this Area, located in Kapparis.
This Beach is the last beach before the occupied areas in Kapparis. If you follow the usual route to Protaras through highway (not through Ayia Napa – Protaras seaside road), you will see big colorful signs directing you to Dog Beach starting from the traffic lights to Protaras. If you miss it – head straight on the road from Protaras towards Kapparis, pass Zorbas on your right, pass Amore Hotel on your left and head straight until next bigger crossroad. Head straight and in few meters you should see a sign on the street light on your right directing you to turn towards the sea (street in between residential house and yellow apartment building). Follow the road until it becomes off-road. Continue straight until you reach the sea. Now with the new dirt road connecting all the beaches built in 2018, you can reach dog beach from MADD beach or Scouts beach – just continue straight to the left until you reach it.