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It is a correct beach to swim a bit, but nothing spectacular. It is full of rocks, and gets deep, so it is not ok for beginner swimmers. I do not understand why it is so highly appreciated, cannot compare to the Coral Bay.
We stayed at the St George for a few days while in paphos and we were able to expthe sea and beach there. The rocks are naturally slippy and access and egress is something of challenge, so much so we saw some hurt themselves very...More
Some of the hotels on the pathway from Helios Bay to Paphos have notices up saying residents only but St. George's says non residents are welcome at their bar and beach. It's a much better place to swim than the sandy beach at the Helios...More
Part of the St. George Hotel resort (please see my separate review) this beach features a manmade rock barrier that allows the waves to be broken up further out enabling swimming in the ocean without being smashed by tides.
Crystal blue clear waters also provide...More
Visited first time when trying scuba diving. Lagoon behind the hotel is not easy to access with small metal ladders but great when you get in. Up to 5m deep in places, this place is full of fish. Went back twice as we enjoyed it...More
The beach is very small and would be crowded in peak season. There were a couple of boats and some jet skis there. Rocks had been used to form a type of swimming lagoon but it was rocky to walk into the water.
We were at the hotel so the beach was fine. Mainly rocly but has sunbeds on the grass for hotel guests only. A small sandy area with no chairs or umbrella. Great wave breaker making swimming comfortable and safe.
We have just returned from 11 nights at the Akteon. We heard about this before we left but we never expected it to be so good.
There is a small sandy beach, but the best access point for snorkeling is via the rocks and then...More