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Larnaca is the third largest city in Cyprus and also the oldest one. Archaeologists say that the earliest signs of settlers in Cyprus date to 6,000 years ago.

The modern development in Larnaka is similar to other cities in Cyprus and there are not many historical sites to visit.

Larnaka is popular among families with children and the seniors. Larnaka is famous for its serene atmosphere, shallow sea and sandy beaches with Blue flags.

Tourists attractions of Larnaca

If you are planning your tourist route around Larnaca, you cannot ignore local promenade Finikoudes translated as "seafront of date palms." There you will find symmetrical rows of palms, stunning views, cozy cafes, and taverns with traditional delicious and aromatic food. To feel the "breath of history" go to the ruins of the ancient city.

The mosque al-Kebir is another attraction of Larnaca and the pearl of its Turkish heritage.

You should also visit the Stavrovouni Monastery, the oldest monastery with amazing and tragic history.



Paphos has a rich cultural history. There you will find the famous baths of Aphrodite and a castle nestled in its picturesque port. The town offers modern hotels and the second international airport of the island. Paphos is a all year round tourist destination.

Ayia napa

Ayia napa and Paralimni are the most famous tourist locations on the eastern coast of Cyprus thanks to their stunning white sandy beaches and wide range of hotels and accommodation which offer great holidays all year round.


Larnaca is home to the island’s main international airport, a marina and various archaeological sites, as well as many beautiful beaches and rural regions. It is the most peaceful town of Cyprus with a real ‘family’ feel.