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One of the beaches in Cyprus where turtles come to lay their eggs every year.
Throughout the year it is a lovely beach, but during mid-May to mid-August, the loggerhead turtles come to lay their eggs.
If you do come to the beach, observe the...More
We visited this beach with some friends to see how the turtles hatch and find their way into the sea. Unfortunately we saw something terrible. This place is supposed to be under protection so as the turtle eggs could hatch with safety. So instead of...More
We went to the beach today and although I wanted to see how the people protect the turtles here I still can't believe what I saw. They had baby sea turtle in a tank. In a tiny tank...... No one was there to supervise them...More
The views are amazing, however it is a very long steep walk up and down to the beach! I'm not tall but it felt like I was lunging up and squatting to get down to the next step. Didn't see any turtles unfortunately but it...More
We stopped by Lara bay as part of a quad/buggy tour. And we where lucky enough to witness a green turtle nest hatching! A beautiful scene! The beach itself is lovely and quiet. If you where planning on spending the day you would need to...More
On the 31/7 the Turtles are hatching and saw some be saved who didn’t leave the nest and were saved from essentially being cooked. They have Turtles in a tank so tourists get to see them. It is odd but the logic is you don’t...More
We visited Lara Bay as part of our private tour in a 4x4. The road isn't great and although it can be done in a normal car, the 4x4 seemed a lot easier. There are a number of steps that take you down to the...More
Some reviewers have said how difficult the last road is to drive and that a 4x4 is needed. I would only assume that they have not had to navigate the potholed roads of Kent. Taken steadily we easily drove the road in an 8 seater...More