Often characterized by its eye catching seaside promenade lined with graceful palm trees that frame the entrances of dozens of bustling modem cafes and eateries.
Larnaka has so much to offer. Stroll deep into the winding backstreets build over the ancient city of Kition and you will discover local craft shops making their way down to St. Lazarus Church, one of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture in Cyprus.
Ask a local about the absolute highlight of the town and they are more than likely to point you in the direction of the splendid salt lake, home to nearly 80 migratory birds, with the famed pink Flamingos flocking to the area between February and April.
Truly a sight worth savoring, the shimmering lake straddles the magnificent Hala Sultan Tekke Mosque, a sacred shrine visited by thousands of pilgrims each year characterized by steep minarets peeping through a thick density of Palm and Cypress trees. With the seaside town also attracting those with a soft spot for adventure.
Its windswept beaches filled with colorful kites scattered across the endless blue horizon have become a popular sight.
Larnaka, is situated on the southern part of the Island in a central point which give the opportunity to the visitor to visit all other Towns and places of interest in an ease and comfortable way.