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Curium Beach

Listed under Beaches in Limassol, Cyprus.

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The sea here is apparently quite rough, but as it closes in to the shore it calms down, so is good for windsurfing, there are sections that are off limits as dangerous for bathers though so don’t get too distracted by the pretty picture the beach is supposed to make. Included in that picture is the ancient Roman Amphitheatre which stands, ruined but rebuilt on the cliff tops, the hang gliders who circle above it, and the white sails of sailing boats out on the water.

As far as lying on the beach goes it’s pebbly getting sandier as you near the waterline. As far as sustenance goes there are numerous cafes along the shoreline.

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