Larnaca, now more that ever, is where the future of 21st Century Cyprus is evolving. Building on its history, Larnaca is once again striking out, and is set to become one of the most significant cities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
A forward-looking municipality has embraced the exciting plans to develop the coastal strip and city environs as a major tourist destination – supported by modern infrastructure, entertainment and community facilities. Already popular with Cypriots and visitors alike, Larnaca is posed to flourish and is facing an exciting future…
Central Larnaca combines history and culture with the best of modern seafront amenities. Ancient buildings and churches, traditional market areas, and narrow cobbled streets rest comfortably alongside modern-day shopping, coffee shops, clubs, restaurants and hotels. The spectacular Finikoudes beachfront, with its towering palm trees and broad café-lined promenade, hosts many of Larnaca’s open-air entertainment events, both traditional and ‘up-to-the-minute’ – from water-splashed Kataklysmos, to international DJ ‘happenings’. A new yacht marina is planned, that will give a final luxury touch to a great central seafront area.
A little out of the city along the coast in both directions are excellent hotels and beaches, with long stretches of white sand and gentle shallow waters that are ideal for young families and sun-lovers alike. Energetic thrill-seekers are catered to, with jet-skiing, wind-surfing, parascending and SCUBA diving activities. At popular Makenzie Beach are up-market restaurants and bars, snack-bars and small shops to suit everyone – with excellent rest-room facilities and pay-as-you-go parking available to all. After dark, the beach atmosphere changes when the sophisticated bars and clubs draw the ‘Beautiful People’ from far and wide.
Just visiting, or living here permanently, Larnaca is a superb city.
  • The Salt Lakes – water-filled in winter, brilliant white with salt in summer, and temporary home to huge flocks of bright pink flamingos from November to March.
  • The Hala Sultan Tekke
  • The newly-restored Larnaca Fort
  • St Lazarus Church
  • The Kamares Aqueduct
  • The Catacomb of Phaneromeni Church

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