LatchiBeautiful, unspoiled character
Relaxing holidays in a friendly, sociable environment.
Latchi Harbour and Marina is located in the Polis Chrysochous area, in the Paphos district. The Latchi Harbour and Marina is an official port entrance to Cyprus. Latchi was originally a small and quiet fishing port where fishermen brought in the catch of the day. During the last few years it has grown and become a main stopping point for various vessels. Around the Harbour and the Marina there is a variety of fish restaurants which are well known for their quality and fresh fish. There are also many mini markets and kiosks which sell the necessities.
Latchi retains a great deal of local Cypriot charm and hospitality. There is always a warm welcome as you stroll along the harbour front. The resort is a great place to find locally grown fruit and vegetables thanks to the fertile soil and warm sunny climate. As you travel around you will see an abundance of fruit and olive trees.
Legend has it that Aphrodite fell in love with Adonis in Latchi, and romance is still on the agenda at this easy-going fishing village on the northwest coast of Cyprus. The harbour-side restaurants are perfect for cosy suppers, while rambling nature walks take you into the pretty countryside, and the quiet beach means plenty of uninterrupted lazing.
The beach at Latchi is a mile-long stretch of sand and pebble, framed by forested hills and pleasantly crowd-free. The water here is warm and shallow, and there are plenty of sunloungers and umbrellas for hire. And for those who want a real hit of sand, Polis is only three kilometres away.
Latchi is on the doorstep of Akamas National Park – an area of outstanding natural beauty. It’s got over 50 well-signposted nature trails that cover gentle walks and longer hikes that take you through a landscape of carob and olive trees, and pine and juniper forests.