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The Cypriot port city of Larnaca lies on the southeast coast of sunny Cyprus, and is home to LarnacaInternationalAirport, the principle airport for tourists visiting this beautiful island. Larnaca is one of Cyprus' major seasideresorts, with a number of gorgeous beaches in and around the city that attract countless sun-seeking holidaymakers every year. The increasing availability and prevalence of low costpackageholidays mean that tourism in Larnaca continues to grow, as the island becomes evermore accessible to those in search of a cheapholiday in the sun. On top of its world-renowned beaches, Larnaca also boasts a seafront promenade lined with palm trees, an illustrious heritage, a lively nightlife and a wealth of shops, attractions and amenities to draw tourists of every age, persuasion and budget.
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Things to see in Larnaca
The principle allure of this ancient city for tourists is the fantastic selection of beaches that lines the coast. However, days-on-end spent idling on the beach can become almost a little too relaxing, and for tourists in search of an antidote to their sun-induced lethargy, Larnaca has plenty to offer.
Things to do in Larnaca
The District Museum is open daily and is an ideal budget attraction, with a low costofadmission and some wonderful (air-conditioned!) rooms full of antiquities and archeological finds.
The ruins of Ancient Kition feature the remains of five ancient temples dating back centuries. Situated in the northwest part of Larnaca, the ruins make for an interesting and atmospheric excursion, sure to instill a sense of the areas rich history. Choirokoitia is another historical site worth seeing, and is just a short 32km drive from Larnaca in your rentalcar from ArgusCarHire.
The Salt Lake that lies just outside the town of Larnaca is of interest, depending on the time of year. In the winter months it fills with water and attracts flocks of flamingoes that stay from November until the end of March.
Eating out/nightlife in Larnaca
The lucrative tourist trade in Larnaca has ensured that every conceivable taste andbudget is catered to in the town. Cypriots have a love of good food, and dine on a staple diet of incredibly fresh seafood and exotic flavours, similar to Grecian style cooking. Most restaurants provide good quality food created with fresh, seasonal, local produce, and do so at a pleasingly low cost. Law requires that restaurants here display menus with government-approved prices, making a search for cheap eats and budget dining that bit easier.