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Lara point has two sides. You may carefully approach Lara from Paphos and get as close as possible to the sandy cove. However just before the sandy beach there is a rock and submerged ledge which you should avoid. Do not enter the swimmers area marked with Orange-Red colour buoys. Lara East (towards Paphos under normal conditions of the prevailing 270 Deg. wind , is well sheltered. Lara West (towards Akamas) is strictly prohibited and you should remain at least half a mile away from LARA POINT. You may drop anchor at a safe distance and depth. Unfortunately during Summer time you may find that this is too crowded. ENTERING THE SWIMMERS AREAS MARKED WITH RED BUOYS WITH ANY KIND OF VESSEL IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED!!! from this anchorage you may visit on foot after landing on the beach, the WEST Lara cove where you may be able to see the birthing place of the CARETA-CARETA.
The West cove of LARA is steep and deep. It is only partially sheltered. HOWEVER vessels are strictly prohibited in the particular area as this is the GREEN TURTLE AREA OF CARETA-CARETA.
Unfortunately after Lara East cove there is no secure cove all the way up to Cape Arnaoutis or otherwise called cape AKAMAS.
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