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Coral Bay

Coral Bay, which was the capital of Cyprus in Roman times, is a stunning, very sought after and affluent western coastal resort – probably one of the most beautiful in Cyprus. It is very popular with both residents and tourists, and sits 3km below Peyia municipality, 6km north of the city of Paphos.

This area is approximately 30 minutes drive from Paphos Airport and 2 ½ hours drive from Larnaca International Airport. It is about 8 miles from Paphos.

To the west and east of Coral Bay there are rocky headlands and sea caves. Coral Bay itself is a beautiful, natural beach of soft white sand, enclosed by a pair of limestone headlands. So if you want to live near superb beaches, then this could be the place for you.

Coral Bay Beach very proudly holds the prestigious European Blue Flag status. The sea here is calm all the year round, is very safe for children and has an abundance of watersports available. Corallia Beach, which is next to Coral Bay Beach, oozes with charm and is also very popular. 

If you want a change from the beach, there is also a very popular Olympic sized swimming pool, where The British Olympic Swimming Team themselves have trained.

Coral Bay itself is not only home to some magnificent residential villas and apartments, but also first-class hotels, which subsequently attract many tourists in the summer months. 

At times, this influx can cause it to become rather busy. Likewise, weekends when young, local Cypriots visit from Limassol and Larnaca to see occasional live pop concerts can mean it gets quite noisy and hectic. 

Having said that, Coral Bay is a much sought after area to live in and is very popular with all nationalities and wealthy locals.

For those of you seeking to live in an area with historic interest, Coral Bay is probably not for you.

Although there is a good bus service to the neighbouring resort of Paphos, it’s probably easier to have your own car for travelling around.

Coral Bay is right on the edge of the Akamas peninsula, a famous protected wilderness with stunning scenery. You will definitely want to drive out to Lara beach to see the baby loggerhead turtles when they hatch! Sea Caves is also an outstanding area of natural beauty and this is close by.

There are banks, bars, supermarkets, doctors, dentists, opticians, florists, kiosks, boutiques, bakeries, restaurants, tavernas, take-aways, cabaret bars, jewellers, tourist shops and more in Coral Bay. 

The hospitals (state and private) are about 30 minutes drive away. Local and international private schools are nearby.

This area does get very hot and humid in the summer, but this heat is often tempered by a gentle breeze. It is warm in the winter with temperatures in the evening rarely falling below 7 degrees.

One of the most spectacular points to note about Coral Bay is the sunsets. Visit the beach in the evening when it is quieter and take time to watch this incredible sight – you’ll see what we mean - it’s magical!
  
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