The Region boasts over 50km of coast with a total of 27 beaches and Blue Flag awards have been given to around 12 of these beaches with the Gold award being awarded to the Pafos coastal zone. The sea is a wonderful playground for all ages, whether it’s just a gentle paddle on a daily basis or a keep fit practice, a wonderful underwater adventure zone for divers, or a way to relax just snoozing off ones breakfast lounging aboard a tour boat, or aboard your own hired sail boat, or perhaps to go fishing for Tuna with our fishing Captain when they are in season.
All these water based activities are on offer to the visitor with our recommended Dive centre CYDIVE also here to re introduce professional divers to the region, and introduce youngsters to the delights of snorkelling with their Bubble machine classes, as well as giving daily introductory classes for adults.
Our sea temperatures range from 27-16C which gives a good long dive season, so one can adventure through underwater caves, spot turtles, and keep an eye out for the many ancient remains that still lie at rest beneath the waves.
There is also a man made water park which delivers a fun filled action day out for all the family.
A visit down to the harbour will also give you a choice of other sea going activities such as a trip on a replica galleon know as the Pirate ship. There will also be thrill rides aboard various crafts, a more gentle and romantic moonlight wine and dine dinner cruise, and everything from banana rides to rubber inflatable’s that take to the air, also sea parachuting where you can fly above the waves and ponder from above what exciting fun sea activity you will try next? Will it be water skiing? If so, then the sea conditions here are picture perfect for this popular sport.
Highly recommended a cruise from Latchi harbour, a lovely relaxing boat trip around one of our most beautiful coastal areas and always with a traditional lunch served to guests whilst anchored, and to also relish a pre lunch swim in the crystal clear turquoise hued waters of the Blue lagoon.