Larnaca is the third-largest city in the beautiful island country.
It is perfectly situated between the two larger cities of Nicosia and Limassol as well as in close proximity to the popular Ayia Napa and Protaras tourist beach regions. Its convenient location on the southern coast means that you’ll be blessed with idyllic sunrises and glorious Mediterranean Sea views. Many people refer to Larnaca as the ‘California of Cyprus’. This is largely because the most popular road along Finikoudes beach features a palm-lined waterfront promenade and Marina resembling that of Los Angeles.
Today, Larnaca is considered one of the world’s most ancient cities.The historical attractions contained within the city include the spectacular Church of Saint Lazarus, Hala Sultan Tekke (a historic mosque located besides the glistening Salt Lake), the Kamares Aqueduct, and the popular Larnaca Castle (constructed to defend the southern coast of Cyprus against invasion) to name just a few.Larnaca is the home of the country’s international airport that currently services passengers across 30 international airlines. It is also the island’s second largest commercial port. For this reason, many travel and tour operators, as well as other travel-related companies operate with head offices in Larnaca.
Larnaca is the ultimate summer destination for visitors. This is due in large part to the unrivalled, consistent summer weather as well as the blue flag (first class environmental and quality standards) rating that its beaches possess. The beaches of Larnaca are lined with a wide choice of quality seafood restaurants. While there are many continental and international restaurants in Larnaca, visitors must not leave without indulging in the local food experience and seafood restaurants are great places to start. Thanks to the relaxed vibe that Larnaca offers, visitors will quickly notice the easy going attitude and friendly nature of the people who call Larnaca home. Such a friendly vibe has made this the prime choice for small families which only helps add to the atmosphere.
Larnaca is without doubt a location that deserves a place on everyone’s bucket list and it is little wonder that many who visit the city end up moving here permanently. Larnaca is destined to forever generate high demand for not only those seeking holiday accommodation but also for those seeking permanent residence or a promising investment opportunity.