AKAMAS PENINSULA

Seek more than sun, sea, and sand. The Akamas Peninsula awaits…

Discover this fascinating area of Cyprus. Akamas is famed for its breathtaking beauty and precious ecology.


The Akamas National Park lies on the western tip of Cyprus and covers an area of about 230 square kilometres of precious ecological significance. Akamas is a spot of immense natural beauty that includes impressive, rare and diverse flora and fauna, hills, beautiful coastlines, amazing beaches, including the Lara Turtle nesting beach, gorges and baths.

In Akamas there are about 530 indigenous plants. In spring, nature admirers will find beautiful tulips and rare species of orchid. Visitors are kindly advised to protect and respect the environment. It is prohibited to pick any of the flowers.


Explore the area using the many nature trails across the peninsula that have been developed by the official Cyprus Tourist Board, such as the Aphrodite or Adonis Trails. They offer marvellous views of the magnificent bay and the unspoiled west coast of the Akamas.


For further adventures, get a quadbike, buggy or a 4X4 car and drive around the park. It’s a fun day out that we highly recommend!

We are able to assist you with hiring a vehicle for your adventure day – just contact us below.

And if you stay around long enough, do not miss the breath-taking sunset!


Another way to explore the Akamas is by boat. We highly recommend hiring a self-drive boat for the day.

It’s the perfect way to explore the crystal clear waters and secret hidden coves and bays. You will love discovering the Blue Lagoon, Fontana Amorosa and Manolis Bay.