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Visit the village of Lefkara about 45 minutes away from Larnaca. Wonderful architecture, quaint cafรฉs, and a bundle of lace shops where local women sit in the sun outside creating new lace pieces for sale.
By Miles S. Places to visit
For fruits and vegetables, definitely buy them from one of the produce shops instead of the big supermarkets. You'll have a much bigger variety and much better prices. One of my favorites is the shop called "Hawaii"that has all kinds of produce.
By Santos L. Food and drink
A great way to get familiar with the town is a walking tour. Larnaca tourism board offers free walking tours. No need to book, you just turn up at the meeting point before start-time.ย https://larnakaregion.com/page/walking-tours
By Santos L. Places to visit
If you're vegan, go to Solar Kitchen Bar!
By Freda G. Food and drink
Learn a few words in Greek. It is both expected and well-received as a sign of interest towards the culture and people of Cyprus.
By Andreas T. General
If you don't like crowded beaches, avoid Finikoudes beach during the summer, and head to Mackenzie beach instead, which is 2kms away. If you have your own transport, you may want to head to Cape Kiti Beach (15 kilometers south of Larnaca) or Perivolia Beach (one kilometer south of Cape Kiti Beach).
By Alvaro D. Places to visit
My favorite day trip is heading to Cape Greco. One of the most stunning panoramas on the whole island and definitely the prettiest coastal hike. It's easy to find the starting points for the hikes, just ask the visitor center. It takes about an hour to drive there from Larnaca.
By nigel R. Places to visit
Take a journey into the Troodos Mountains in the center of the island. It's a stunning drive and you will pass small villages along the way to get a glimpse of the traditional Cypriot life.
By Sandra A. Places to visit
If you fancy a drink, I'd recommend going to Serena Bay Beach Bar, Marcellosย Beach Bar, Beer's Barn Art Bar or Savino Rock Bar. Good drinks and always a good vibe at those places.
By Sandra A. Food and drink
If you like pastries, these are my favorite bakeries: Zorbas Bakery, Lazaris Bakery, Kapitanis Bakery and Pirillos Bakery. These last two bakeries opened in 1930. Make sure you go early while everything is fresh and available!
By Peter M. Food and drink
Taxi drivers can ask for an extra fare after midnight, on Sundays and holidays. Be prepared. It's legal but it's easy to forget and then you're surprised by the extra cost.
By Alexis J. Transportation
Renting a car is usually the best way for you to explore the island. It should cost around 20 Euros per day and I highly recommend renting a car from an international rental company like Sixt or Budget. The roads are great on the island and it's very easy to drive around.
By Dalia V. Transportation
Walk along Larnaca's boardwalk which stretches several kilometers. it's perfect for a daily walk along the water. With a palm tree-lined promenade, an array of restaurants and cafes and plenty of spots to watch the sunset right by the water. It's great during the day and in the evening.
By Dalia V. Places to visit
Visit the three most important sights in Larnaca - 1. Church of Saint Lazarus, built in the 9th century, the church is known for its magnificent and beautiful construction. 2. Hala Sultan Tekke - A mosque located on the large salt lake south of the city, in the middle of a palm grove. 3. The Cyclopean wall in Larnaca.
By Cecil Z. Places to visit