PERNERA BEACH HOTEL
Tranquility & Stunning Views
Beach, Sun and a Crystal-clear Water. What Else?
Situated in Pernera, a small and peaceful tourist area on the outskirts of Protaras, the Pernera Beach Hotel commands an idyllic position overlooking the Pernera bay with its golden sand and crystal clear waters.
How to get here
– By Car:
The A3 motorway is a direct link to our tourist area. From the airport, take the A3 motorway (direction Ayia Napa/Protaras) and follow this route to the end of motorway. At the exit roundabout, take the left filter road (direction Paralimni/Protaras). Cross over the first small roundabout and at the next roundabout take the second exit, direction Protaras. Go straight over the next roundabout and at the next traffic lights, turn left. Next, take the first turning to the right, towards the Pernera area and follow the signs for the Pernera Beach Hotel.
– By Taxi:
There is an official taxi rank to the right as you exit the arrivals hall. There are taxis for 4 or 7 passengers with a metered charge.
Alternatively, you can contact us to pre-arrange a taxi pick-up with one of our trusted taxi partners. Please contact our front desk manager at [email protected] for more details and latest prices.
– For Groups:
For groups of 8 or more we can arrange the more cost-efficient mini-bus service. Please contact our front desk manager at [email protected] for more details and latest prices.
One of the most picturesque beaches on the island, it is well sheltered from heavy winds and has practically no waves at all. It is 200 metres long by 35 metres wide and covered with fine golden sand. Water sports, sun bed and umbrella hire are available on site. There are accommodation facilities, restaurants and convenience stores nearby while lifeguards are on duty with lifesaving equipment from 10:00 to 18:00 hours during the bathing season. The beach is accessible by car, motorbike and bicycle, and on foot.
Fig Tree Bay
A sandy beach in the resort of Protaras, Cyprus
In 2011, TripAdvisor declared it to be the third best beach in Europe, but it dropped to 13th place in 2013.
As with all beaches in Cyprus, access to the public is free, whilst bed and umbrella hire is chargeable. A municipal car park provides parking within a short walk. The sandy beach stretches for 500m and the waters are clean enough for the beach to have been awarded blue flag designation. The beach, which runs the length of its own cove, takes its name from the fig trees located close to the coast.
There is an uninhabited islet easily reached by swimming through the shallow waters, the location of which provides a good shelter for the rest of the beach. The islet is covered with low level local vegetation. In contrast to other local beaches, such as Nissi, Fig Tree Bay has become a popular destination for families. Water sports such as water-skiing, windsurfing, and parasailing are available. From April to October, lifeguards and lifesaving equipment are available on the beach from 9am to 6pm.
In 2010, during structural improvements to the beach, an ancient Greek tomb was unearthed.
The beach was mentioned in a song titled “Fig Tree Bay” – the first song on the 1972 Wind of Change album by Peter Frampton.