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Kyrka
“* Beautiful, peaceful Greek orthodox church in the centre of Larnaca * Built by Byzantine emperor Leo VI in the late 9th century, It takes its name from the New Testament figure Lazarus who was raised from the dead and forced to flee Judea and who came to Cyprus, where he lived for some 30 years or so. * Filled with amazing icons, art and chandeliers * Go down the stairs to visit the crypt with the tomb of St Lazarus ”
  • 50 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Mexikansk restaurang
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“*Good food * Lovely atmosphere day and night+ good music *Reasonable prices * Located directly on Mckinzey beach ”
  • 47 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Spår
“Larnaca Salt Lake changes look throughout the year. It's worth to visit it in different period of the year.”
  • 41 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Grekisk restaurang
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“* Good traditional food and wine * Reasonable price * Huge portions * Open air terrace ”
  • 41 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Natural Feature
“*City beach in the center of Larnaca * Blue flag beach * Mostly shallow with shallow waters going on for 50 meters * Perfect for kids – also because you can also see the planes landing * Many shops, restaurants, pubs, souvenirs in the area * Lots of sun beds and umbrellas to rent * One can book boat tours near the nearby marina * Finikoudes' translates as palm trees in Greek ”
  • 31 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Beach
“* Great for plane spotting as next to the airport * Bars and restaurants right on the beach * Umbrellas and sun beds to rent ”
  • 39 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Strandbar
“Great place to have chill out day on their sun beds , love the music and food. At night it turns to party place.”
  • 22 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Beach
“Many things to see, great history to the area! There is a small castle! Plenty of coffee shops restaurants and souvenir shops ”
  • 25 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
History Museum
“The Pierides Museum - Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation is the oldest private museum in Cyprus, and is housed in the ancestral Pierides family home - a colonial-style building built in 1815. It includes some of the most representative items of the island’s civilisation. The objects on display date from 4000BC to the 15th century AD, and are an important testimony to a centuries-old civilisation that flourished in Cyprus. Prized items in the collection are the red polished ware from the Early Bronze Age, Roman glassware, and medieval ceramic dishes. A display case of Modern Greek and Cypriot sculptures can be seen in the courtyard.”
  • 12 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Mosque
“This beautiful monument is located on the west bank of the Salt Lake. It is an important Islamic monument, one of the most revered sites in the Muslim world and it is used to this day for religious purposes. The mosque was built over the grave of Umm Haram or Ummü Haram, who was believed to be the sister of the Prophet Mohammed’s foster mother or a follower from Medina to Cyprus. Umm Haram arrived on the island either in 647 or 649, during the Arab raids led by the Arab Governor of Syria, Moawiya, in an effort to expand the Muslim empire in the Mediterranean Sea. However Umm Haram died shortly after her arrival and buried in the same place where she had fallen off her mule and died.”
  • 16 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Torg
“This is the centre of Larnaca and you will find whatever you want (cloths, books, pharmacies etc)”
  • 13 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Cocktailbar
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“Nestled in the back streets of Larnaca’s Laiki Geitonia, Old Market street bar has become increasingly popular since opening four years ago. A funky bar where you can sit outside and enjoy a coffee on a sunny afternoon, have early evening tapas and a nice cool drink, or enjoy one of the brilliant cocktails at night!! I always have the "message in a bottle" cocktail :)”
  • 15 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Entertainment
“Larnaka Castle was originally a small fort built by the Byzantine rule probably in late 12th century. The city gained importance during the medieval ages after the Genovese occupied the main port of the country and the need for a new port town emerged.”
  • 13 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Skaldjursrestaurang
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“* Sea front restaurant * Delicious and very fresh fish * Reasonable price ”
  • 19 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Park
“Larnaka Salt Lake is the second largest salt-lake in Cyprus and measures 2.2 square kilometers. In 1997 it was declared a protected area under Cypriot Law for the Protection and Management of Nature and Wildlife and under the European Habitats Directive. It is a significant Ramsar and Natura 2000 site – one of the most significant biotopes in Europe - and one of the most important habitats in Europe for waterfowl. Located southwest of Larnaka town and east of the villages of Meneou and Dromolaxia, the Salt Lake – known locally as ‘Alyki’ - is actually one of four lakes in Larnaka. Together, with Lake Orphani, Lake Soros and Airport Lake, the lakes collectively cover a total area of 1761 hectares. During the winter, the lake fills with water and is home to migrating birds, including thousands of flamingos that stay between November and March, along with wild ducks and other water or shore fowl that find refuge here on their migratory journeys. The most basic element of the food chain in the lakes’ ecosystem is the small brine shrimp Artemia (Artemia salina), which the other life greatly relies on. When flamingos and other water birds are unable to find the shrimp, they desert the salt lakes and continue their journey by travelling to Lake Akrotiri in Lemesos or south towards Africa. Winding through the lake area is a designated, linear nature trail that is 4 km in length, and leads all the way up to the old aqueduct of Kamares. The various flora of trees, shrubs and flowers is signposted with information along the way, and there are also periodic benches, making the path popular for walkers and joggers. Archaeological finds show that the Salt Lake area and that of the nearby mosque have been inhabited since the Late Bronze Age (2nd century BC). In prehistoric times the Salt Lake was a harbour that served the town, unearthed near where the Hala Sultan Tekkesi mosque stands today. The town was one of the large urban and commercial centres of Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age (1650-1050BC). When the town was abandoned, the estuary silted up and the natural harbour was destroyed. According to legend, the lake's saltiness stems from Agios Lazaros (Saint Lazarus) request of an old woman for food and drink. She refused, claiming her vines had dried up, to which Lazarus replied ‘may your vines be dry and be a salt lake forever more’. A more scientific explanation is that the salt water penetrates the porous rock between the lake and the sea, making the water very salty. Throughout the Middle Ages, salt was so plentiful that it became one of the primary export commodities of Cyprus. Its harvesting and selling were strictly controlled and taxed. Salt was last harvested in 1986. ”
  • 15 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Rock-klubb
“I love my rock music ;) if you don't want to dress up, just want to go and have one of the many beers available (or even a cocktail) in nice surroundings in the old part of town, this is the place to be! This award winning rock bar has been open for many years now. Moulos (funnily nicknamed after a donkey) aka Christos is the owner and will make you feel at home. Don't be surprised if your picture is taken whilst you are sitting. He has been taking pictures of everyone that visited, since the bar opened. I've had my picture taken as far back as 18 years old! You can also visit Savino live, just next to the bar, and watch live bands on the weekends. Visit their facebook page for info”
  • 19 lokalinvånare rekommenderar

Topprestauranger

Mexikansk restaurang
“*Good food * Lovely atmosphere day and night+ good music *Reasonable prices * Located directly on Mckinzey beach ”
  • 47 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Grekisk restaurang
“* Good traditional food and wine * Reasonable price * Huge portions * Open air terrace ”
  • 41 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Skaldjursrestaurang
“* Sea front restaurant * Delicious and very fresh fish * Reasonable price ”
  • 19 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Restaurang
“* Very nice atmosphere * Restaurant upper floor and bar ground floor * a choice of 100+ whiskies and beers”
  • 15 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Bar
“Bolivar house is a place in Larnaca for everyone with a good taste in food, cocktails, coffees & spirits. This is a place for gentlemen punks & divas.”
  • 10 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Restaurang
“Cyprus chain of restraints with seafood. Plate for one person with prawns/octopus/calamari/white fish - from 15€/dish”
  • 12 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Restaurang
“* Rich menu of classical cypriot meze * The restaurant is a converted Cypriot village house * Live music on weekends during peak season ”
  • 14 lokalinvånare rekommenderar
Bar
“This is one of the most famous and favorite bars in Larnaka. It has a variety of drinks, beers and food, within a nice and cozy place, with a big yard”
  • 13 lokalinvånare rekommenderar

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