Complimented by the beautiful natural backdrop of the Troodos Mountain range
Coral Bay holidays are a popular alternative if you don’t fancy the hustle and bustle of Paphos.
Situated on the south west coast of Cyprus, approximately six kilometres North West of Paphos, it is complimented by the beautiful natural backdrop of the Troodos Mountain range and provides a wonderfully relaxing base from which to enjoy your holiday.
Transfers from the airport take around an hour and upon arrival you will find accommodation here is mainly in the form of all inclusive hotels, usually of a four star standard, most of which offer spectacular sea views. Coral Bay holidays come with a good selection of restaurants in the resort centre which serve some amazing local dishes, as well a choice of shops, café’s and cocktail bars.
Quick Coral Bay Tips
The main language spoken in Cyprus is Greek Cypriot, although English is widely spoken
In Cyprus you drive on the same side of the road as you would in the UK
The currency used in Cyprus is the Euro
Golden sandy beach with clean shallow waters
There is also a fantastic soft, golden sandy beach with clean, shallow waters which is described by many as one of the finest in western Cyprus – a perfect little sun spot for making the most of the glorious Cypriot sunshine. Holidays in Coral Bay also offer great walking and cycling opportunities in the surrounding area or maybe you could try one of the jeep excursions up into the Troodos Mountains.
If you fancy a trip into Paphos, whether it is in the daytime or if it’s to sample the nightlife, you will find that access into the resort is easy, allowing you to enjoy the more hectic side of Cypriot life safe in the knowledge that you can return back to your tranquil haven hassle free at the end of your visit! Book holidays to Coral Bay online here at Latedeals.co.uk
Top Places To Visit
Adonis Baths - Kili
Located just 1km from Coral Bay, legend has it that this is where Aphrodite the goddess of love frolicked in the waters with Adonis. The baths are located below a waterfall and there are high cliffs either side with a few trees leaning over the water, many tourists go for a dip in the baths
Paphos Bird and Animal Park
The park has one of the largest bird collections and is committed to the conservation and breeding of animals, birds and plant life. There are daily owl and parrot shows with education programmes taking place during the bird show intervals
Paphos Archaeological Park
The Archaeological Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes monuments from the Roman times including the Limeniotissa Ruins and the Tombs of the Kings