Blue lagoon is the most popular place of Akamas and thousands of people have visited it by boat. Blue lagoon is also called as Chamili bay, blue lagoon is the biggest bay of Akamas and the difference with this bay is that the waters are so clear and the colour within the bay is sky blue colour.
This bay is all sandy and not so deep is one of the nicest places for swimming, in the middle of the bay there is a reef which you will enjoy snorkelling. Blue lagoon is a stop for many customers that rent a boat and they spend a nice relaxing day in the crystal clear waters and under the lovely sunshine.
The Blue Lagoon is a sheltered bay where the water tends to be warmer – in summer it’s up to 30 degrees C!. The sandy bottom gives the sea that magical turquoise colour. There’s a fair number of fish. There are lots of shells and other aquatic life on the sea bed. Explore the rocks around the edges and around the island. The Blue Lagoon gets very popular in the summer, especially with boatloads of tourists from Latsi. Watch out for beginners trying to drive boats. Go early or late to avoid the crowd.
It’s busy. The shallow water’s clear. The bottom’s sandy. Fair amount of fish.

The Blue Lagoon is for those who wish to experience the unspoilt beauty of the Akamas coastline
The Blue Lagoon is in the heart of the Akamas national park, you could spend forever in this heavenly bay. As soon as you arrive, you will be dazzled by the crystal clear turquoise water and the beautiful white sand on the seabed. The stunning Chamili Island and reef provide an impressive habitat for many types of marine life. The visibility in the water is unbelievable, so swimming and snorkelling are a must! The Blue lagoon is surrounded by many other wonderful coves and attractions, so the journey through the national park is captivating!
The Blue Lagoon is a sheltered bay in the Paphos region, Cyprus, where the water tends to be warmer – in summer it’s up to 30 degrees C!. The sandy bottom gives the sea that magical turquoise colour. There’s a fair number of fish, as well as lots of shells and other aquatic life on the sea bed. Explore the rocks around the edges and around the island.The enticing bay is somewhat difficult to reach by land but has become a popular destination for those visiting the Akamas area by boat. If you’re going by car, it’d better be a pretty capable 4×4, and you’d better be pretty capable driving it. Follow the coast road from Latsi to the Baths of Aphrodite, and then continue along the unmade track past the campsite signed ‘Akamas’. This road is not for the faint-hearted. The road is signed ‘Dangerous Road’ – and they mean it.
The alternative route by car is to follow the road from Latsi up to the village of Neo Chorio, and then continue towards Pegeia. This starts out as a tarmac road, becoming a concrete road and then an unmade road. After 2-3km you come to a junction – turn right signed to Fontana Amorosa. The road winds up and over the mountain with some great views but treat the road with great care. After a further 6km you come to another junction – again go right towards Fontana Amorosa. The road drops down quite steeply in places – a 4×4 is pretty much essential. At Fontana Amorosa turn right and follow the coast tracks to Blue Lagoon.
The better and more fun option is to hire a boat from Latsi. Even with a relatively low powered boat getting to Blue Lagoon from Latsi takes under 30 minutes.