Paralimni - Gallery

Gallery

  • New wooden pedestrian road beside the beach

  • Promenade next to the beach

  • Cafeteria with view of Protaras beach

  • Shop renting Motorbikes

  • New pedestrian walkway at Protaras beach at Paralimni holiday destination in Republic of Cyprus 9 .jpg

    New pedestrian road in Protaras.

  • A bustling road by night Paralimni Republic of Cyprus .jpg

    Downtown Penera strip by night

  • Protaras cosmopolitan beach Fig-tree

  • Typical road in Protaras

  • Theme cafeteria The Flintstones

  • Sirena bay

  • Tavern at Sirena bay

  • Church of St. Barbara (Agia-Varvara) in Paralimni municipality on the road from Kapparis to Paralimni proper.

  • Church of St.Elias.

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