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The Larnaca region is the life and soul of Cyprus, with lively resorts Ayia Napa and Protaras leading the way. If you want a beautifully bold holiday base, with lots going on day and night, Larnaca has the perfect spot for you. The reputation of Ayia Napa goes before it, it's well known for its foam parties and goldfish bowl cocktails.

If you fancy Ibiza, but don't have the cash for the top name clubs, Ayia Napa is a great alternative, plus a waterpark, fairground, pretty harbour and long stretch of sand complete with water sports galore make it pretty family friendly too.

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For those who prefer not to be slap bang in the centre of the action, Nissi Beach is a great choice. Sitting right next door to Ayia Napa, this resort has a more laidback vibe, and the Blue Flag beach is really something to boast about. The nightlife at Nissi Beach is decidedly more laid back, and there’s plenty to keep kids happy too. The purpose- built resort of Protaras manages to strike a great balance, with a handful of stunning beaches, lively nightlife and a pretty resort centre to explore.

Protaras would be a good choice for couples looking for romantic daytime activities, as the coastline here is a contender for the most stunning on the island. While the party resorts in Larnaca are undoubtedly fantastic for fun-seekers, culture vultures will also be left satisfied by the more historic side of the island. Larnaca has much more to offer than just nightclubs. However, if you just want to dance the night away and then recover on soft sands, you've chosen the right place!

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Top 5 things to do in Larnaca

10 facts about Larnaca


Larnaca sits on the sunny southern coast of Cyprus and is home to the country’s primary airport, making transfers easy and the action real close.


Ayia Napa’s party season runs from June to August but people holidaying in the summer season from April to October will find plenty to do too.


Just 15 minutes from Larnaca is the quaint village of Mazotos, where holidaymakers can enjoy camel rides in the friendly camel park.


The temples of Ancient Kition date back to the 13th century BC and are home to the famous Phoenician Temple of Astarte and ornate gold gilt tombs.


Stunning Salt Lake is home to many species of birds including the fabulous pink flamingo and is near the holy site of Hala Sultan Tekke for a two in one trip.


The Zenobia sank in 1980 and has become one of Cyprus’ most popular dive spots. This huge shipwreck is perfectly preserved and home to abundant marine life.


The Castle Club is the largest club in Ayia Napa and boasts the national record for the most international artists.


The UNESCO listed Choirokoitia Neolithic Settlement dates back to 7,000BC and is one of the best-preserved pre-historic sites in the Mediterranean.


Phinikoudes beach is one of the most famous in Cyprus for its golden sands, tiny palm trees and bustle of beach bars, cafés and shops.


The Grand Mosque, Djámi Kebír, is a pretty building situated next to Larnaca’s ancient fort and is still in use today.