Latchi is situated next to the Akamas National Park, a large fishing village it offers an undeveloped resort centred round its harbour. This resort well suited to those seeking a quiet and relaxing holiday.
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Latchi, or Latsi as it's also known locally, is a relaxed Cypriot village with a picturesque marina and welcoming waterfront tavernas. There are several sandy and shingle beaches around the resort where the clear calm waters are ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving, and offer a variety of watersports such as windsurfing, jet-skiing and sailing.
Transfer time is 60 minutes from Paphos Airport and 2 hours from Larnaca Airport.
Map of Latchi
Mrs A Thomas, Cwmbran
|11th Sep 2017|
It was fairly quiet in September but very pleasant.
Mr A Banks, 7510 Xylotymbou
|15th Apr 2017|
|Aphrodite Beach Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Quiet, lovely scenery and harbour.
Miss M Jacques, London
|26th May 2015|
|Studio - Economy|
Mr S Clasper, Daventry
|7th Aug 2013|
|Villa Prenga 8|
|3 Bedroom Villa|
Small village, good range of tavernas. Far enough away from the main resorts to be relatively quiet and secluded, although Polis is a five minute drive away with more facilities (bank, baker, pharmacy etc).
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Things to do
The region boasts some excellent opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, horse-riding, diving and even golf (the Tsada Golf Course is 25mins away).
The Akamas Peninsula is within easy reach of Polis, and can be explored by boat, jeep or foot. This scenic corner of Cyprus is a protected natures reserve and home to the deep Avakas Gorge, Lara Bay a nesting ground for the protected loggerhead and green back turtles, and the Baths of Aphrodite (believed to be the bathing place of the Goddess of love and beauty).
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