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|Larnaca city centre|
|Larnaca International Airport (LCA): 3 mi from city centre|
British Airways is just one of many airlines landing at Larnaca International Airport (LCA) every day. The price of plane tickets to Larnaca tend to rise during half-term breaks and summer, making it harder to find Larnaca flight deals for cheap. Low cost airlines like EasyJet, Jet2.com and Monarch Airlines depart from London as well as Manchester and Birmingham.
Travelling to Cyprus during the summer is not for the faint of heart. When searching for flights, avoid travel dates that fall on holidays or half-term breaks.
Direct flights to Larnaca take 4h 30min from London.
Larnaca is the oldest city in Cyprus. People have lived there for more than 6000 years! Most travellers spend their Larnaca holidays here amongst the palm trees, long sandy beaches, clear waters and great tourist amenities.
Ayia Napa: While Larnaca has a city beach, it's not the best in the area. Many travellers staying in Larnaca spend most of their time in Ayia Napa which has a string of beaches that goes on for at least 25km. Beach hopping is totally the thing to do.
Church of St. Lazarus: In the older part of the city there is a 9th century Orthodox church that is definitely worth seeing. History has it that remains of Lazarus, who was raised from the dead by Jesus, are buried underneath the church.
Salt Lake: What is special about this lake? In the winter, you can see flocks of pink flamingos here. It's the second largest in the country and from March to November is little more than a crust of white salt. The best way to reach the lake is with a car hire from Larnaca.
Find more information on larnakaregion.com.
Larnaca has plenty of options for hotels, especially for the traveller wanting something special, something more than just an ordinary beach-side hotel. Seaside resorts are modern in design and also more expensive that other hotels in Larnaca. Generally though, hotel room prices are cheaper here than elsewhere in Cyprus.