The pebble beache at the root of west Akrotiri peninsula is probably the best spot in Limassol for admiring sun go down in the Sea. Walking barefoot here is sort of good for both feet and back.
The grey-black stones that dominates are Troodos Ophiolite, so called igneous rock that formed through cooling and solidification of magma or lava.
The pebbles and cobbles have been transported along Kouris river for millions of years. Just being here feeling the lava stones under the feet gives a little perspective to things.