About Pervolia beach
Pervolia, Misiria and Platanias (or Platanes) are three consecutive suburbs of Rethymnon, located 3-5km west of the city, respectively. They were separate settlements, which have been incorporated into the urban region of Rethymnon, due to the residential development.
In front of the suburbs stretches a long sandy beach, which is an extension of the long beachfront of Rethymnon bay that starts near the harbour of Rethymno and extends to the east for 13km till Skaleta. It is very well organized, with a plethora of choices for food, drink and accommodation. Like in all parts of the vast beachfront, sea turtle Caretta caretta lays its eggs on the sandy beach. The turtles are protected by international law and Rethymno Gulf is one of the three most important places for the species in Greece, bearing more than 400 nests every year.
Pervolia beach is located in the village of Pervolia, in the Larnaca district of Cyprus.
Yes, Pervolia beach is suitable for swimming. However, it is recommended to check the water conditions before entering the sea.
No, there are no water sports activities available at Pervolia beach.
Yes, Pervolia beach is suitable for families with children. The beach has shallow waters and a calm sea, making it safe for children to swim.
Yes, there is parking available at Pervolia beach.
No, there is no entrance fee to access Pervolia beach.
Yes, there are several restaurants and cafes available at Pervolia beach.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has sand as its sand type.
The water at the beach is shallow.
The sea surface at the beach is usually wavy.
The beach has normal crowds.
The beach has accommodation options, food/water nearby, umbrellas/beds, sports, lifeguard, and showers.
The beach can be accessed through bus services, paved road, and is handicap friendly.
Yes, the beach is a seaturtle nesting point.
Beach sand type
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