Larnaca is located on Cyprus’ southern coastline. It’s their third largest city and it’s the capital of the country’s eponymous district. Larnaca is famous for its palm trees and seafront.
Larnaca is a small city and tourists can easily walk around and enjoy all of the nice things to do in Larnaca by foot. A day could be spend walking to several museums, including Larnaca District Archaeological Museum, Pierides Museum and Kyriazis Medical Museum. Or, have a meal in one of the great restaurants or tavernas.
The famous Salt Lake is full of water and flamingoes between November and March, but the water dries up in the summertime. It used to be a source of salt, but now the lake salt is not edible.
When shopping, know that Larnaca is famous for ceramics and pottery or go to Athinou Avenue, which has lots of stores lining up the street. Visit Michael S. Michael Antiques for jewelry, paintings, ornaments and more. Hermes Street features watches and jewelry at low prices.
When it comes to the nightlife in Larnaca, Mackenzie Beach strip is now one of the country’s most famous holiday destinations if you want to go clubbing.
Visit the Larnaca beaches, such as Faros, McKensie, Phinikoudes, and Yanathes. They are also handicapped accessible and there is more than 25 kilometers of sand and beauty.
Go see the Larnaca Marina, on the bay next to Finikoudes Beach. There are cafes, restaurants, and bars, and berthing for 450 yachts.
Larnaca has a dry summer subtropical climate, which means the average temperatures range from a low of 11.8 degrees Celsius (53.2 ºF) in February to a high of 27.6 degrees Celsius (81.7 ºF) in July and August.
Come in July for the Larnaca Summer Festival for music and performing arts, or in November for the Larnaca Amateurs Artistic Creation for more arts and entertainment. Plus in April there is a classical music festival hosted by the Larnaca Municipality.
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