Pachyammos 2 Beach

Essential Information

Pachyammos 2 Beach is a small beach nestled on the main Paphos Sea Front. The easiest way to access it if you are not staying in one of the hotels that back onto it, is to park in the Municipal Beach Car Park that is next to the Rib Shack. Once parked, the beach is to your left, as you face the sea. You need to walk past Pachyammos Beach and keep walking. It is a 5 to 10 minute walk, but very pleasant. Alternatively, you can find somewhere to park near Louis Ledra Hotel and Constantinou Bros  Athena Beach Hotel, and walk down the alley between them. That takes you right to it.

Official Information:
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  • Kiosk
  • Lifeguards on beach
  • The beach is sandy
  • The site is coastal

Sandy beach. It is a resort.

Sports renting and accommodation facilities available.

You can get to the beach by bus, car and bicycle.

Lifeguards equipped with lifesaving equipment on duty every day from 11.00 hours to 17.30

 

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