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Tripadvisor lists Ayia Napa's Nissi Beach among Top 10 Sustainable Beaches in the World

Cyprus' own Nissi Beach in Ayia Napa has been included in global travel guidance platform Tripadvisor's 2024 Travelers' Choice Award for Beaches.

More specifically, Nissi Beach is in sixth place in the Top 10 Sustainable Beaches in the World category.

Based on an analysis of all the reviews left on Tripadvisor for beaches globally over one year, the award reveals the highest-rated beaches by real people who recently visited. As noted in a Tripadvisor press release, "From rave reviews of breathtaking views to unrivaled cleanliness to watersport-friendly seas, award-winners provided the best overall experiences during this time period, and can be seen in full at tripadvisor.com/TravelersChoice-Beaches."

The Top 10 Sustainable Beaches in the World, including Nissi Beach were listed as follows:

  1. Sandbanks Beach – Poole, United Kingdom
  2. Radhanagar Beach – Havelock Island, India
  3. Saundersfoot Beach – Saundersfoot, United Kingdom
  4. Corniche Beach – Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  5. Galissas Beach – Galissas, Greece
  6. Nissi Beach – Ayia Napa, Cyprus
  7. Mellieha Beach – Mellieha, Malta
  8. Myrtos Beach – Kefalonia, Greece
  9. Playa Blanca – Playa Blanca, Spain
  10. Camp's Bay Beach – Cape Town, South Africa

Overall, Praia da Falésia – Olhos de Agua, Portugal was voted the Best Beach in the World for 2024. while Ka'anapali Beach on the island of Maui has achieved the best in the US title for the second year in a row.

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