There are many caves along the coastline from Agia Napa to Cape Greko National Park. Many people come here to snorkel and the locals come here before the crack of dawn to fish. The Palace caves and the Smugglers caves are deep passages in to the cliffs which are only accessible from the sea. Some extend as deep as 240 feet in to the rock. During calm seas and at low tide it is possible to swim and even walk in to most of them. Although they have a rock-strewn environment the waters are wonderfully clear. Boat trips regularly pass by daily (check www.interyachting.com.cy for daily catamaran scheduled cruises). There are spots of deep water amongst the rocks where spirited folks engage in the extreme sports of cliff diving/jumping.
Situated four kilometres east of Agia Napa on the road between Cape Greco and Protaras, Konnos is the last beach delineating the boundaries between Agia Napa and Paralimni. Konnos is one of the most splendid beaches in Cyprus. It is merely 35 metres wide and 200 metres in total length and is well sheltered from strong winds ensuring hardly any waves. Covered in fine lush golden sand and with sun beds and water sports on offer, Konnos is a wonderfully charming and one of the most picturesque beaches on the island and a relaxing place to spend the day. Access to the beach is easy. The beach is accessible by car, motorbike and bicycle, and on foot.
Love Bridge (Monachus Monachus Arch)
Love Bridge is a rocky arch bridge of natural origin, with one edge stretching into the crystal clear, turquoise and emerald sea from an elevated coastal plateau. Bridge has formed naturally as a result of natural processes, without human intervention. It is believed that if you kiss while standing in the middle of the bridge arch and make a wish, it will surely come true. Also vacationers come here simply to admire the beautiful sea view and take pictures. Romantic atmosphere of the bridge gets especially charming at sunset. The length of the bridge is about 6 meters, and the width is about half a meter
Kamara tou Koraka
Kamara in English means arch, and this arch is situated at Cape Greko on the south-eastern tip of the island. It has a height span of 50 feet and is 23 feet wide, located along the small road in to the cape. The Arch of Korakas, the most impressive natural bridge of Cyprus, located in the northeast, rugged coast of Cape Greko. A rare building that the brush of nature had thousands of years to create the Cape Greko National Park danger sunk at sea. These are the famous “Kamara tou Koraka”, a kilometer from the chapel and the cave of St. Anargyroi. An infinite beauty tall natural bridge over the sea, which in the last decade shows gradual erosion. Something which unfortunately contributed, except through the years, and the roots of some trimmers that are germinated in point.