The central bay of the Peyia region and is popular among tourists and families. It has thin golden sand and clear water. The beach is located inside a cozy bay, on the right and left sides of which are rocky peninsula of Maa-Paleokastro and a cape.
Thanks to natural barriers, comfortable weather conditions are maintained on the Coral Bay, the water in the sea is usually 3-5 degrees warmer than on the bays within Paphos.
Although the water area of the bay is provided with natural protection from the waves, but still small waves can be here.
The anchoring is possible at the north side of the south bay, which offers protection from the westerly swell. Anchor outside the swim buoys in about 6 meters over sand and rocks and leave space for the tripper boats that come in around 11:00 every day during the high season. Along the coastline if you sail to Paphos you can find a lot of sea caves and wrecks.
The bay is marked with the “Blue Flag” certificate: all necessary facilities as sunbeds, showers are available here. The rescue team is on duty everyday.
The beach bars that you can visit are “Namos Beach Bar” located closer to the Maa Peninsula in the northern part of the beach, and “Paradise Beach Bar Coral Bay” at the opposite end of the beach.
You can find here a simple dishes of local cuisine and drinks.
Near the Coral Bay you may see The Edro III Shipwreck — is a large cargo ship stranded in the Sea Caves area in Paphos, near Coral Bay, during a storm on December 8, 2011 after an engine breakdown. You may also would like to visit Mycenaean settlement of Cyprus Museum.