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People have been living in Larnaca for 6,000 years; it is one of the oldest, continually inhabited cities in the world. A beautiful Mediterranean coastal resort complements a city overflowing with history.

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Larnaca highlights

Larnaca highlights

  • Tourist attractions

    Despite its justified reputation as a sun-soaked paradise, there are plenty of cultural attractions to keep you occupied on your trip to Larnaca. The churches of St Lazarus and Faneromeni, for example, come with some beautiful Byzantine architectural features.

    The renowned Hala Sultan Tekke, a sacred Muslim shrine dating back to Ottoman times, is ideally perched on the edge of Larnaca Salt Lake. If your trip to Larnaca is scheduled for any time between November and March, you will get the chance to witness flocks of pink flamingos descend on the picturesque scene.

  • Leisure activities

    Take a laid-back stroll around the charming Finikoudes promenade on the seafront, which leads to the 12th-century, Byzantine Larnaca Caste, and the nearby Old Town with its classic architectural and cultural heritage.

    If you are the adventurous type, a trip to Larnaca should also include a diving expedition to the wreck of the Zenobia. This cargo ship sank in 42 metres of water, and is easily accessible. However, you may need at least a PADI open-water certificate before you dive, and some operators will not accept you without an appropriate Wreck Diving licence.

    If you find wreck-diving a little intimidating, pay a visit to the WOW Action Park for some family fun. The park specialises in entertaining kids up to 12 years of age, and there is a wide selection of food on offer here.

  • Food

    The best way to find a good place to dine in Larnaca is to take a leisurely stroll along the beachfront. You will know you have struck gold when you come across a venue occupied by Cypriots rather than tourists.

    Skewered, barbequed meat (souvla) is one traditional Cypriot dish, but because of the large expatriate population in the city, you will also find plenty of restaurants specialising in European-style dishes as well as local food.

  • Shopping

    Cyprus is famous for its traditional crafts, but you usually have to explore beyond Larnaca itself to access the best of these. Lefkara, for example, is a nearby village famous for its hand-crafted silverware and lace products. If you’re travelling to Larnaca for jewellery, you will not be disappointed, because jewellers are abundant in the city and surrounding suburbs.

    The best handmade jewellers in Larnaca can be found on Pavlou Valsamaki Street, near St Lazarus Church, and are famous for their Greek and Italian settings for semi-precious stones.

Essential facts about Larnaca

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