คนท้องถิ่น 30 คนแนะนำ ·
Named after the palm trees that line the most famous area of Larnaca, the Finikoudes promenade is a popular spot for both locals and visitors alike. This 600-metre long stretch of sandy beach has calm, warm and shallow waters, and proximity to the many cafés, bars, restaurants and hotels, make it an…
This strip has everything you need from restaurants, to bars, to night clubs. If you just want a casual stroll by the beach walk along the promenade and enjoy a refreshing ice cream from the kiosk. There is something for everyone here.
Its a really nice place to visit and the biggest attraction of Larnaca town. Lots of touristic shops, restaurants and sandy beach.
“Located near to the site of Larnaka’s (Larnaca's) old airport, the highly popular Mckenzie Beach is a 1 km long strip with fine sands of varying shades of brown and beige, calm, clear and shallow seawaters, and abundant greenery. Facilities on the beach include toilets, showers, changing rooms, sun beds, umbrellas, dustbins and a host of cafes, bars, restaurants and clubs that line the strip, including some of the island’s top nightspots. Lifeguards with lifesaving equipment and first aid services are stationed at the beach from June - October. Due to the beach’s location, it is ideal for plane spotting, whilst there is also a wide array of water sports on offer along the strip, children’s playgrounds, and outdoor exercise equipment. Concerts are held on the seafront stage throughout the year, whilst arts fairs and stalls are also held along the strip. The main visitor attractions of Larnaka Salt Lake and the Hala Sultan Tekke mosque are nearby. The beach attracts both families and younger crowds during the day, whilst at night it is a premium destination for clubbing. Access to the beach is easy and safe by foot, bike, bus or car, with a large municipal car park servicing the beach, and many entry points with paths and paving leading to the beach and the establishments lining it. The beach also offers disabled access.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 36 คนแนะนำ
“Walk around the lake along the linear trail, approx. 4 km, to the old aqueduct of Kamares. Go back the same way, and visit the Hala Sultan Tekkesi mosque. Do the walk, preferably in winter as the place is the home to migrating birds, including flamingos.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 40 คนแนะนำ
“Located in its own square in the town centre, the magnificent stone church of Agios Lazaros is one of the most remarkable examples of Byzantine architecture in Cyprus and lies over the tomb of the saint. Built by Byzantine Emperor Leo VI in the 9th century, the church was restored in the 17th century. Although the three domes and original bell tower of the church were destroyed in the first years during Ottoman rule, the gold-covered iconostasis has survived today and is a superb example of baroque woodcarving. Saint Lazarus came to Cyprus after being resurrected by Jesus. He was ordained as Bishop of Kition by the Apostles Barnabas and Paul and lived in the town for 30 years. His tomb can be seen under the sanctuary. The saint is so revered that a procession is held in his honour eight days before Easter. During the procession, the icon of Saint Lazarus is carried through the streets of Larnaka. Next to the church is the Byzantine Museum, which exhibits important religious icons, artefacts and relics.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 49 คนแนะนำ
“Enjoy a day at sea, cruising up the coast as far as Famagusta, with lunch, sights and a chance to swim and sunbathe. We used Larnaca Napa Sea Cruises and really enjoyed the day!”
- คนท้องถิ่น 13 คนแนะนำ