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Red warning flag raised at Limassol beach after jellyfish sightings

The Limassol lifeguards unit warned that beachgoers are prohibited from swimming at the beach between the Saint Raphael and Parklane hotels as jellyfish were spotted


Limassol’s lifeguards unit raised a red beach warning flag at a Limassol beach due to the appearance of jellyfish.

According to a Facebook post by the unit, beachgoers visiting the beach between the Saint Raphael and Parklane hotels should be particularly careful as jellyfish were spotted in the area.

Lifeguards overseeing the area raised a red warning flag, which signals that swimming in the sea is prohibited.

The photo posted by the Limassol lifeguards unit:

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