Larnaca Salt Lake
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Walk around the lake along the linear trail, approx. 4 km, to the old aqueduct of Kamares. Go back the same way, and visit the Hala Sultan Tekkesi mosque. Do the walk, preferably in winter as the place is the home to migrating birds, including flamingos.
Larnaca Salt Lake changes look throughout the year. It's worth to visit it in different period of the year.
Visit the Salt late during the afternoon for scenic photos of the sunset with an amazing view. If you are lucky enough you may get the chance to see also the well-known flamingos.
Larnaka salt lake is one of the most important habitats in Europe for water fowl. Scores of flamingos , wild ducks and other water or shore fowl find refuge here in winter on their migratory journeys. Archaeological finds show that the salt lake area and that of the nearby mosque has been inhabited…
This painting of the Salt Lake depicts the Salt Lake of Larnaca with a glistening mirror image of the town in the water. Heading out of Larnaca by car towards the airport, avoiding the motorway route, you will end up on the Airport Road. This road stretches along the south end of the Salt Lake and…
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