Larnaca is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus and the capital of the eponymous district. Larnaca is the third-largest city in the country. Larnaca has an estimated population of 85 thousand. Larnaca is known for its palm-tree seafront, the Church of Saint Lazarus, the Hala Sultan Tekke, the Kamares Aqueduct, and its medieval fort. Larnaca also has both passenger and cargo seaports and a marinas. Larnaca also has a theatre and an art gallery, operated by the municipality.
Larnaca Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Is Larnaca a good choice for a family holiday?
The Larnaca area is a great choice for a family holiday with its many Blue Flag beaches and activities to keep the whole family entertained. All you need is a ticket for a flight to Larnaca. Be sure of when you want to travel to avoid asking for a refund on your ticket. When buying a ticket, you should always be aware, if your ticket is refundable and under what conditions.
Can I rent a scooter in Larnaca?
There are many companies offering scooters for hire in Larnaca and the main tourist areas. For safety, wear as much protective clothing as possible.
What is an airline ticket?
An airline ticket is a document issued by a travel agency that confirms that one is entitled to seat on a flight. There are two types of airline tickets; paper and electronic tickets. Either ticket is required to obtain a boarding pass and with the ticket and boarding pass at hand one is allowed to board an aircraft. However, the benefit of the e-ticket is that there is no need for one to worry about leaving his ticket behind. This ticket offers many advantages over a paper ticket. Book your electronic ticket today and have a chance to visit Larnaca.
How much do taxis cost in Larnaca?
Normally the pick up fare for a private taxi in Larnaca is approx 3 Euros and then 1 Euro per kilometre. However there are 2 types of taxis in Cyprus – private taxis which you can flag down in the street or call and have them pick you up from a certain location. There are also line taxis or shared taxis. These run on a pre-arranged schedule during the day, between the main areas and towns. These are cheaper than private taxis. There are no shared taxis running from Larnaca airport. With Cyprus shared taxis, you call to book space on a shared taxi and they will pick you up from where you are. A private taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca tourist area will cost approx 30 Euros (to Ayia Napa and Protaras will be approx 50 – 60 Euros). There is also a bus service which connects Larnaca to Paphos, Ayia Napa, Protaras, Limassol and Nicosia and also covers many of the surrounding rural areas.