Larnaca is the third largest city in Cyprus and home to the island’s main international airport.
The city is the longest continually inhabited region of Cyprus, with a history dating back over 4,000 years. Larnaca is built on the ruins of ancient city-kingdom of Kition and is enriched with numerous historical attractions such as Larnaca Fort, the Church of Saint Lazarus, a salt lake and the Kamares aqueduct.
Whilst being rich in historical culture, Larnaca is also a modern and thriving city, offering a diverse selection of amenities.
Stretches of sandy beaches hosting leisure and sporting facilities, enhance its beautiful coastline. Larnaca also boasts one of the top ten dive wrecks in the world, the famous Zenobia.
Larnaca's quaint streets offer a myriad of shopping and dining experiences. One of the most popular city spots is the bustling seafront promenade of Phinikoudes, which is lined with mature palm trees and hosts many cafes and restaurants. This is also the location of Larnaca Marina, which has mooring facilities for 450 vessels with the capacity set to double under the planned expansion.
Compact, easily accessible and truly authentic, Larnaca is a modern city and a convenient base for many businesses due to its quick and easy access to all other regions of Cyprus.