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Located on the east coast of Cyprus, Larnaca offers a wide sandy bay, approximately 8 miles in length and filled with sandy beaches. The Larnaca weather can reach the early 20`s out of season and up to the mid 30`s during the summer months, just right for swimming and sunbathing on the gorgeous beaches.
The relaxed atmosphere of Larnaca is complimented by the palm tree lined promenade in the centre, surrounded by cafes, bars, restaurants and open air terraces, to enjoy the views whilst sipping an ice cold beer. There are plenty of activities available for couples and families to enjoy, on land or in the sea, from one of the 3 beaches.
A great selection of shops in Larnaca offer designer shops, fashion boutiques, market stalls, craft and souvenir shops, selling all the latest trends and some good cheap holiday gifts.
Along the promenade and around the marina you will find excellent restaurants, cafes and tavernas offering delicious local cuisine and exquisite fish dishes, as well as international meals and fast food, to suit all tastes.
When it comes to nightlife in Larnaca there are a good choice of bars, discos, pubs and clubs to keep you dancing well into the night, although if you are looking for a crazy night out then catch the bus to nearby Ayia Napa, the wildest resort in Cyprus.
If you are thinking of car hire, Larnaca makes a great base from where to explore Cyprus, so check out our fantastic deals, all including a Larnaca map to help your car hire run smoothly.
Larnaca is approximately 20 minutes from Larnaca Airport - 15km (9 miles).
Ideal for Couples
Couples will enjoy combining the beautiful beaches with historical sites, fascinating museums and stunning architecture in Larnaca.
Great for Families
Apart from the family friendly beaches there are plenty of activities and great day trips for both adults and children to enjoy in Larnaca.
Fantastic Diving & Snorkelling
Beginners to experts can explore the incredible underwater world around Larnaca, from reefs, caves and tunnels, to the shipwreck of the `Zenobia`, famous around the world and lying just off the Larnaca coast.
Although not a 24 hour party resort like nearby Ayia Napa, Larnaca has a very good blend of bars, pubs and a few clubs, as well as local tavernas offering traditional dance and bouzouki music.
Delicious traditional cuisine, such as mezze, is served in the local tavernas, fresh fish dishes are served along the waterfront and international meals, including good old British grub, is offered in the pubs and restaurants.
The 3 beaches in Larnaca are superb. South of the main beach is Mackenzie Beach, with it`s picturesque harbour and superior fish restaurants, whilst just to the north the beaches stretch for miles with great facilities.
Larnaca is home to plenty of fashion shops and boutiques, colourful markets and craft shops selling some good, locally made, cheap holiday souvenirs.
Horse riding, go-karting, fishing, golf, camel rides and trips to the fun park are popular on a Larnaca holiday.
Great Water Sports
A multitude of water sports are available in Larnaca, including parasailing, jet skiing, windsurfing, banana boat rides and sailing.
Great Day Trips
The famous water park in nearby Ayia Napa is a wild day out and there are many historical sites, traditional villages, centuries old churches, fortresses, monastries and ancient towns in the surrounding area.