As per information published by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO), out of 47 coasts island-wide, there are seven fully-accessible beaches, and seven partially accessible in south Famagusta.
Only the Limassol region offers more accessible beaches, with a total of 16; five fully accessible and 11 partially accessible.
Complete facilities for sand and sea
For a beach to be classified as fully accessible, it must offer wheelchair users easy access to the beach itself: disabled parking spots, disabled toilets, and a way for wheelchair users to get from the sand and into the sea.
The wheelchair devices for sea entry are all free-of-charge to use with assistance from the lifeguard tower and vary, with the most advanced being the Seatrac device.
The Seatrac device offers autonomous entry into...