Nov 25, 2019 - Nov 26, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Larnaca
Opting for a trip to Larnaca will have you looking to make the most of your time in a town renowned for its exotic seafront, beautiful weather and a variety of nightlife and dining options. This stunning slice of southern Cyprus has a wide selection of resorts, hotels and hostels to help you enjoy Larnaca’s unique charms.
As well as the palm-lined promenade and beaches, visitors are also attracted to Larnaca thanks to the booming dive scene, which boasts a wealth of excellent dive sites as well as a scheduled artificial reef to be dropped along its huge and dramatic coastline.
With the island at your disposal, car rental in Larnaca is a popular transport option. There is no train or metro service on the island meaning alternative transport choices are limited to the hire of a local taxi or the use of the bus service, which caters for Larnaca and the surrounding areas.
Hotels in Larnaca
The Ciao Stelio Deluxe Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel in the heart of Larnaca and located close to the Pattichion Amphitheatre and Larnaca Salt Lake. With a seafront location, the hotel enjoys a prime position close to shops, bars and restaurants and within walking distance of other popular Larnaca attractions such as the Saint Lazarus Church, the Larnaca Fort and Patticheio Theatre. The hotel’s rooms are also well-appointed with many enjoying sea-views.
A mid-range beachside hotel, the Sun Hall Hotel is located in the heart of Larnaca with sweeping views of the palm-lined promenade and the waters of the Mediterranean. Guests can enjoy standard and superior rooms as well as suites and an outdoor swimming pool, while the city’s best cafes, bars and dining options are just a short walk away.
If a budget hotel by the sea is your choice, then the Flamingo Beach is an ideal option right beside MacKenzie Beach with views of the Mediterranean Sea, Salt Lake and Larnaca Bay. Oozing a relaxed environment, the hotel also features a games room, a café, restaurant and a bar/lounge.
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Really had a good time here, with 26-30 degrees in February nothing can beat that
It’s ok to come for the summer even if not outstanding. The city still needs better transport connections to the rest of the island. Rather on the expensive side. The proximity of the airport is a plus but tends to be too hot at the airport during the summer. I felt stalked a few times by persons doing research about trips of tourists to Cyprus at Larnaca airport.
The main town of Larnaca is only a 20 minute drive from Fig Tree Villa, just past the airport which is only 10 minutes away. I am sure that you will want to spend a lot of time exploring the beautiful town of Larnaca as there is much to do and see there. The features of Larnaca city include the bustling promenade of Finikoudes - which is lined with mature palm trees, flanked by beach, the marina, eateries and entertainment - and its joining sea walkway of Piale Pasha, which passes by quaint old neighbourhoods and fresh fish taverns towards Mackenzie. The parallel shopping centre with its traditional architecture puts everything at your fingertips, whilst the famous Salt Lake that fills with flocks of vibrant pink flamingos in the winter months attracts visitors for its natural beauty and ecological value. Larnaca town is also significant for both Christians and Moslems. The most revered monuments of the two are included in the main attractions of the city: the Church of Agios Lazaros, the patron saint of the town who Jesus resurrected and held dear as a friend; and the mosque of Hala Sultan – an important place of pilgrimage for Moslems that is flanked by the Salt Lake.
Cyprus is a place of beautiful history and scenic views,so picturesque,and plenty of nightlife,bars and restaurants.and not forgetting the lovely beaches especially FIG TREE BAY,beautiful and safe for the little ones,enjoy ;-) recommend all areas of cyprus no dissapointment,just plenty of sun cream !!!!!!