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Survey Finds Three Greek and Cypriot Beaches Among 50 Best in World

Crete’s Elafonisi Beach

According to a survey published recently by the famous ”Big 7 Travel” vacation information website, two Greek beaches and one Cypriot beach are among the fifty best beaches in the entire world.
As the website notes, the findings of the survey they conducted created ”a diverse list, with black sandy shores, city beaches and plenty of islands.”
The first Greek beach to be singled out for praise on the list is the famous Psarou Beach on the chic island of Mykonos.
Psarou Beach on Mykonos

Located only 5 km (three miles) from the town of Mykonos, Psarou has long been one of the most popular and well-known beaches, not only on Mykonos but in the entire nation of Greece.
Its stunning, clean white sands, along with its crystal-clear waters, along with all the amenities, make it a very popular destination for celebrities and ordinary folks as well.
The second beach to be mentioned on the list was Elafonisi, on the island of Crete.
Situated on the southwestern side of the island, 75 km (47 miles) away from the city of Chania, Elafonisi Beach is a piece of heaven, with spectacular sandy shores, clear, shallow turquoise waters and an exotic feeling which is reminiscent of tropical destinations.
Fig Tree Bay Beach in Cyprus

The only Cypriot beach which received mention on Big 7 Travel list of the fifty best beaches on the globe was Fig Tree Bay Beach in Protaras, near the city of Larnaca.
One of the most popular beaches in Cyprus, close to the lively town of Ayia Napa and just a few minutes from other, equally lovely locales, Fig Tree Bay has been among Europe’s most popular beaches for years.

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