Akamas Peninsula National Park tickets & tours
Akamas Peninsula National Park is not for your average Cyprus visitor. Those who go to Akamas Peninsula National Park in northwest Cyprus tend to seek...In the top 5 attractions for Paphos
See the Baths of Aphrodite, Aphrodite's Rock, St. George's Island, Fontana Amorosa, enjoy an exclusive lunch onboard, and stop in the Blue Lagoon for a swim.
Test your luck trying to catch the Golden Fish, swim in the clear blue waters of the Blue Lagoon, and enjoy lunch complete with your freshly caught fish.
Take a swim in the waters of Blue Lagoon, admire the breathtaking sunset and night landscapes of Akamas, and end the day with a tasty dinner.
A day enjoying the watery thrills and relaxation awaits at Cyprus's largest waterpark. Fasouri Watermania provides splashy fun for all ages, with hair-raising rides, dedicated kids' and sun-lounging areas, and a range of great restaurant options.
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Akamas Peninsula National Park is not for your average Cyprus visitor. Those who go to Akamas Peninsula National Park in northwest Cyprus tend to seek more than just the ordinary beach holiday — they want to explore a mountainous nature reserve characterised by wildlife diversity, secluded beaches, clear waters, and free from human development.
A hotspot for biodiversity in Cyprus due to its relatively inaccessible location, Akamas Peninsula National Park is home to a wide range of flora and fauna. If you’re lucky, you might be able to spot the Paphos Blue (Glaucopsyche paphos), a small butterfly that is endemic to Cyprus. Other points of interest in the area include the Baths of Aphrodite, where according to myth the goddess Aphrodite used to bathe, the Blue Lagoon cove, and Lara Beach, a secluded beach that is known for its resident sea turtles.