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Alykes Beach

Alright, beach lovers – I’ve got the scoop on Alykes Beach in Paphos, and let me tell you, it’s a surprise.

First, discuss the critical stuff – sun beds, parasols, and safe boxes.

Yeah, that’s right – you can kick back and relax without worrying about your stuff getting nabbed by a wandering thief. And get this – it’s only 10 euros a day.

You heard me – 10 euros for peace of mind and a prime tanning spot. You can’t beat that!

Now, let’s talk about the beach itself. Sure, it’s a bit rocky. But don’t worry; a lovely lagoon in front of the facilities keeps the big waves at bay.

Plus, a small area of sand makes it easy to go for a swim (so you can show off that new swimsuit, obviously). And let me tell you, the water is so clear and warm; you’ll feel like you’re in a postcard.

But wait, it gets even better – the staff working at Alykes Beach is attentive and helpful.

Need a drink? No problem – order from your sun bed like you are royalty. All in all, a pretty sweet deal if you ask me. So grab your sunscreen (and your wallet – don’t forget the 10 euros), and let’s hit Alykes Beach!

This beach is next to the promenade and to many popular hotels like Almyra Hotel, Annabelle, or Anemi Hotel & Suites so that you can soak up some rays and then hit local shops for souvenirs (score!).

And let me tell you, at night, this place is like something out of a romance movie – quiet, peaceful, and oh-so-romantic. You can even sit on the rocks and watch the water flow into holes in the rock – how cool is that? Also, snails and small crabs come with the water, so it’s like a bit of nature shows right in front of your eyes.

Now, if you want to take your relaxation game to the next level, there’s only one area where you can order hammocks (it’s at the beginning of the beach), but let me tell you, it’s worth it. At just 2.5 euros (plus an additional 5 euros if you want an umbrella), it’s a steal.

And, get this – there’s WiFi, too. You heard that right – you can live your best life on a hammock and still post about it on social media.

The sandy beach isn’t vast, nor is the bathing area, so I’d recommend this place more for sunbathing than actual swimming (unless you’re a fan of overcrowding – no judgment here).

But don’t worry, several breakwaters protect it, so it’s safe for bathing. All in all, a great spot to kick back and relax – don’t forget your WiFi password 😉

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