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List of Cyprus islets

This is a list of islets of Cyprus.

  • Ayios Georgios (Yeoryios), islet located in the Akamas peninsula
  • Aspro, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Dhemoniaris, island located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Galounia, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Glaros, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Glykiotissa, island located in Kyrenia region
  • Khamili, islet locatet in the Akamas peninsula
  • Jila, island located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Kalamoulia, islet located near Karavas
  • Kannoudhia, islet located in the Akamas peninsula
  • Kemathion, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Khoti, islet located next to Ayios Amvrosios
  • Kionos, islet located in the Akamas peninsula
  • Klidhes, archipelago located at the tip of the Karpasia peninsula
  • Koppo, islet located in the Akamas peninsula
  • Kordhylia, island located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Kormakitis, islet located in the cape Kormakitis
  • Koutisopetri, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Koutoulis, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Lefkonisos, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Mazaki, island located in the Akamas peninsula
  • Maniji, islets located near Peyia
  • Moulia, rocks located near Paphos
  • Nisarka, islet located near Paphos
  • Nisha, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Palloura, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Petra Tou Limniti, islet located next to Pyrgos
  • Petra Tou Romiou, islet located near Kouklia
  • Scales,islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Sernos,islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Skaloudhia, island located in the Karpasia peninsula[1]
  • Skamni, islet located in the Karpasia peninsula
  • Vatha, islet located south to Limassol
  • Yeronisos, island located near Peyia[2]
  • Yeronisos, islet located near Karavas

References

  1. ^ Geoview.info
  2. ^ Yeronisos Island Expedition
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