Coral Bay, Cyprus
Coral Bay is a quiet, laid back resort with lots of options for a quiet drink and relaxed meal. There are plenty of local amenities so anything you need is close at hand, though there is not much to do other than lazing on the beach and soaking up the sun.
Coral Bay is by no means as big and as flashy as its neighbour. Nevertheless you won't be short on those holiday essentials, including banks, supermarkets and shops. The evening scene is that of relaxed and laid back dining and while away the hours over drinks. If you want something a bit livelier at night then the short bus trip will take you directly into Paphos where you can party the night away.Read more about: Things to do in the area | Coral Bay Reviews
Coral Bay Reviews
Mr S Crowe, Norwich
|21st Sep 2017|
|Ascos Coral Beach Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
The resort was good and some fantastic restaurants which were needed.
Mr E Hall, Pontypool
|4th Sep 2017|
|Corallia Beach Hotel|
|1 Bedroom Apt - Side Sea View|
We are just beach bums so it was great being right on beach and our own swimming pool and didn't have to pay for the sun loungers and umbrellas.
Mr P Warren, Sutton-in-ashfield
|4th Jul 2017|
|Corallia Beach Hotel|
|1 Bedroom Apt - Sea View|
Paphos Zoo is only 8km from the hotel. Also turn left out of the car park and walk about half a mile until you see a sign on the left for a taverna. Take the road down to the taverna and seafront. There you will find the wreck of the Edro 3 which is a great photo opportunity. Coral Bay strip is about a 15 minute walk where there are some excellent restaurants. Tea for Two in Paphos serves excellent English food.
Mr A Banks, St Albans
|10th Jun 2017|
|Crown Resorts Horizon Hotel|
|Double Or Twin - Promo|
Had a great time.
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Things to do in the area
The neighbouring town of Paphos is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers plenty of historical places of interest, including remains of villas, palaces, theatres, fortresses and tombs. Popular places to visit include the Tomb of the Kings, the Paphos Archaeological Park and the Paphos Fort. Found between Limassol and Paphos is Aphrodite's Rock, believed to be sacred, legend says that this is the point where Aphrodite emerged from the sea in 1200 BC.
The Paphos region has plenty of great ideas and places for a day-trip out ideal for anyone seeking a break from the beach.
The Aphrodite Waterpark is found at the far eastern end of the Kato Paphos coastal road and is open from May to October. There are a number of rides and attractions including a lazy river, wave pool and a children's fun pool.
The Paphos Zoo was originally a bird park and now with its increasing number and species of animals has turned into very well maintained small zoo.
The Akamas Peninsula by Jeep Safari; this scenic corner of the island is a nature preserve, 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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