Holidays in Larnaca
Larnaca is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with a superb international airport and sea port which provides a gateway to all the international travellers planning to visit Cyprus. Larnaca (formerly named Kition in the days of the Old Testament) is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and offers plenty of sites with archaeological interest such as the Medieval Fort, the Cultural Centre and the Pierides Museum.
The resort also offers sandy beaches which are ideal for all age groups wanting to enjoy some surf and sand. Watersports are also on offer as are excellent choices for shopping, dining and entertainment. Along the famous Palm lined Phynikoudes promenade you will find a host of cafes and taverns offering a wide range of local and international drinks. Nightlife in Larnaca is lively with youngsters hopping onto the different nightclubs and bars in the city. Many bars, pubs and tavernas offer live music. There are few discotheques and clubs playing music till late into the night. The Troodos Mountains lie north of the city and offer the opportunity to explore the region either on a mountain bike or on foot.
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