Discover the best top things to do in Pernera, Cyprus including Cyprus Diving Centre, Blue Lagoon, Zenobia Wreck, Church of Profitis Elias, Fig Tree Bay, Konnos Bay, Green Bay, Profitis Elias - Konnos Nature Trail, Sea Caves, Kamara Tou Koraka.
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5 based on 81 reviews
The Cyprus Diving Centre is a diving centre based in Pernera Cyprus offering a wide range of services and also PADI Courses. We are dedicated to providing our visitors with the best tuition possible in a safe, relaxed and controlled environment. We fully understand the needs and requirements of individual divers and that is why we are happy to tailor make courses and diving activities to suit you.
I have been coming to Cyprus for the last 3 years and have dived with rich every year..rich and all the staff at Cyprus diving centre are above excellent in their handling of both new and qualified divers and they even offer snorkling lessons as well..I would definitely recommend them for all your diving and snorkling needs..
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Mother Nature has excelled herself with the Outstanding Cape Greco and to help Locals & Tourists alike enjoy a cooling down swim or just sit and admire the great views she has created the Blue Lagoon. Breathtaking crystal clear Blue Turquoise waters are just the start of something that words cannot really do justice.
4.5 based on 298 reviews
Dived the Zenobia Wreck with Cyprus Diving Adventures who were fab! The Zenobia was our first wreck dive and it will definitely not be our last. Visibility is amazing (about 25-30m) and the wreck is really quite breathtaking! Zenobia is an absolute must if you’re a diver!!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This little church is built up a little hill above bars an restaurants it is a amazing little church and when you go inside and see all the murals and pictures with brass everywhere. And the tree outside is full of ribbons tied to it which is supposed to bring you look.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We have been visiting Konnos for 12 years and it is a truly stunning area of Cyprus. Shallow warm water, clean beach, lifeguards, Water Sports, nice bar/cafe, newly built toilets and showers and a sun trap for those who want to bake! The only down side is that you have to arrive early to get a parking spot and sun loungers. In July August, you would have to be there by 10am to get anywhere near the place but it's worth it
4.5 based on 90 reviews
This beach was the closest to our apartment. Lovely clean sand (as is enjoyed throughout most of Protaras). Not quite as busy as Fig Tree Bay and there's loads of fish in the bay. My husband hired a mask and snorkel and saw the resident turtle.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
A nice walk along the twisting track from Knosses bay kiosk to the small church on the headland or vice - versa, our re-visit wandering along the flower lined pathway with only the local lizards scurrying along for company,
still around 30-40 leisurely stroll in the morning sun.
Gem of a location here
second review here Ive attached several photographs
4.5 based on 852 reviews
We were on the Fourth Leg of our Annual Walk and The Sea Caves were our Finish Point..........and what a Place to stop awhile and take in those breathtaking views. The way Mother Nature has utilised the Wave Power of the Mediterranean to create this special area is a wonderous thing. If you are in the East of the Island, then Sea Caves must be on your list of places to visit.if you do not see this phenomenon then you are missing out.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Located in the Cape Greko Nat'l Park, this natural rock formation is definitely worth seeing. The entire area is cordoned off as there is a large crack in the middle of the "bridge". I've seen pictures with people on the "bridge" but they must be older or from adventures fence hoppers.
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