On a quiet stretch of the east coast, Paradise Beach is a wide strip of sand under pine-decked slopes.
Sitting on the beach you can make out the conical silhouette of the small Nisida Kinira island a few hundred metres to the northeast.
Despite being 22 kilometres from Limenas, Paradise Beach is a hit with families for its facilities, sun loungers, but also the natural make-up of the beach.
There are light waves here that break some way offshore, leaving a large shallow space by the low-shelving shore, fine for anyone who doesn’t like venturing into the deep.
There’s a kiosk for food, and a taverna a little way along the coast.
Around a group of rocks, is another more private beach preferred by naturists.
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