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You do really need a car to find this area as it is well off the beaten track, we had to ask directions, and we did only take the car so far as we had a hire car and the road really needed a 4x4...More
Take the road out of paphos towards coral bay, pass coral bay and stay on this road until you see a road sign for the acumass peninsula follow this and eventually the road will become a rough track (a 4x4 is recommended) keep going until...More
There is two beaches . We took the car to first one and left it at cafe. Walked from there over the beach then walked to the second beach . Good two mile walk but enjoyable . The second beach is where the turtles lay...More
We stopped here for around 20 mins as part of a Jeep safari but would loved to have spent a good half day or longer there. Off the beaten track, probably thanks to the rough road, which some did tackle with a ‘normal’ car -...More
The station was closed for the season when we visited but we were well informed by our travel guide. It was so disappointing to see the people on the beach very close to where the turtles lay their eggs, please find another beach and allow...More
need strong shoes to walk around. the turtles can only be seen at certain times of the year and are normally moving about at night. the conservationists were releasing the baby turtles from august to mid sept.
Went today to see the turtle beaches lots of nests marked might be others not marked so don’t take umbrellas or dogs 500 Euro fine for each dog on the beach big signs up to says this but still some idiots think it doesn’t apply...More
Lara Bay is gorgeous. It's pretty barren - the turtle nests have protective covers over them and aside from that, there's just a scruffy little shack with some (very good and interesting) information about the turtle preservation programme.
But it has the softest sand I've...More