Larnaca appeals to families and couples of all ages
The resort has an abundance of restaurants from Chinese and Thai to Italian and Greek as well as traditional Cypriot dishes. Traditional dishes called mezze which is similar to tapas consisting of up to thirty dishes of fish, meat, salad, dips and finishing with fresh fruit. Larnaca is a food lover’s paradise with dishes to suit every pallet. Holidays to Larnaca appeal to families and couples of all ages with nightlife centred on the promenade. The open air bars and tavernas provide traditional Cypriot entertainment of dancing and bouzouki music. There are a few late night discos in the resort for those wanting to dance the night ways. Ayia Napa is fifteen minutes drive from Larnaca and has a glitzier nightlife with plenty of music bars and discos open until late into the night. Throughout the year Larnaca is host to plenty of festivals from celebrating lent to the Anthestiria festival in May.
Holidays in Larnaca offer plenty of varied shopping opportunities from souvenir shops to designer boutiques. There are plenty of craft shops dotted around the resort selling lace, wood, jewellery and pottery. The market stalls are abundant in traditional crafts based on ancient designs and get very busy with local and tourists.There is plenty of accommodation throughout the resort from warm and welcoming self catering apartments and guest houses to luxury all inclusive hotels. You can book you Larnaca holidays online at Latedeals.co.uk
Places to Visit
– Dating back to the 13th century B.C are a variety of interesting ancient sacred sites including temples and tombs, the remains of tombs are made from gold, ivory and bronze
– Salt Lake is one of the main attractions in Larnaca and abundant in beautiful birds and is an improtant resting place for migrating waterbirds
– Built in 1625 and originally served as a prison, however the impressive castle is now home to an archaeological museum and those looking to explore the culture should definitely take a trip here