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Kyrenia Beaches

Kyrenia is home to some fabulous unspoilt beaches lying within the spectacular landscape of Northern Cyprus. These include:

Acapulco Beach

Acapulco Beach is a one of the most popular, and most expensive, tourist beaches in the Kyrenia area with no shortage of facilities such as sun loungers and parasols, a beach restaurant and bar, and even nightclub on the beachfront run by a hotel nearby.If you are looking for an active holiday, you can partake in some of the water sports on offer or play a few games of beach tennis. Windsurfing is very popular at Acapulco Beach – a great way of enjoying the views of the kilometre of pristine, sandy beach and shallow crystal clear waters.Families should be aware that there are undercurrents and children should be supervised at all times while swimming. 

Escape Beach

Excape Beach is located just 5km from Kyrenia city and is one of the most beautiful beaches in Northern Cyprus. With fine golden sand and clear waters, this beach is the perfect spot to soak up the sun.There are a number of different water sports including deep sea diving, jet ski, banana boats, canoeing, and pedal boating. A new beach club, restaurant and bar have recently been built providing improved, modern facilities. 

Alagadi Beach

Alagadi Beach, also known as turtle beach, is located approximately 10 miles east of Kyrenia. Featuring large sweeping dunes and shallow clear water, this beach enjoys the longest stretch of golden sand on the coast and is backed by the Five Finger Mountains. Accessed via a small local track through pretty sand dunes and 1.5km of olive trees, once you get to the beach you can take advantage of the beach bar (open during summer months) and toilets.  Alagadi beach is famous for its loggerhead turtles which lay their eggs during the summer months. If you come at this time, you should try to spot one of these endangered creatures using Alagadi Beach as one of their major nesting spots.
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