Paphos Blue Flag Beaches

Published 3rd of August, 2019

Pachyammos 2

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There is a lovely coastal path that goes all the way from Geroskipou Beach to the harbour. The next few beaches we are visiting can be found along that route. However, you don't have to walk all the way from Geroskipou or the harbour to get to them. There are a couple of municipal carparks along the way that will provide you with easier access.

To get to the Pachyammos Beaches, you should park at the carpark signposted next to the Rib Shack restaurant. From the car park, you turn left along the coast path, towards Geroskipou. It is about a five minute walk, nothing more.

See Pachyammos 2 Beach in the Directory

Man-made Jetties

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You can see here that the beaches are once again sandy, with some interesting rocks for you to snorkel around as well.

Hotel Backdrop

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I'm guessing that most of the people who use this beach are staying in one of the hotels here.

Pachyammos Beach

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Pacchyammos Beach is even closer to the car park. You will have walked past it to get to Pacchyammos 2.

See Pachyammos Beach in the Directory

Sand and Rocks

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There is sand here too, but there are also some natural rocky outcrops which are worth exploring. There is even an old army Pill Box, which you can just see a bit of in this picture.

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