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|Destination Airport||Larnaca Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||LCA|
|Destination City Name||Larnaca|
The third largest city in Cyprus, Larnaca lies on the island’s sun-kissed southern coast. Scattered with tropical palms, ancient heritage sites, modern architecture and surrounded by shining sapphire waters, Larnaca makes the perfect base for a sunny beach holiday or for exploring the great outdoors on this arid but beautiful Mediterranean island.
While booking a holiday during December and January may sound less than ideal, the weather remains very balmy by British standards. In addition, visiting during the off-season means you will escape the tourists and find the local accommodation much more affordable.
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During summer season, there are regular direct flights to Larnaca from London, Manchester and Birmingham. While there are also departures from other airports, these are not direct. If booking flights out of season, be aware that departures to Larnaca from airports outside the capital may depart only a couple of times a week.
The largest airport in Cyprus, Larnaca International Airport receives over five million passengers every year. Although it not as big as one might expect for such footfall, it is clean and efficient and the staff are organised and friendly. Situated just ten minutes from central Larnaca, the airport’s location on the glittering coast makes it both a convenient and picturesque location to fly to.
Larnaca itself is not a huge town, but this makes it perfect for exploring on foot.
Cabs are perhaps the best way to get from the airport to the city centre, although bus services also run.
Being located at the heart of the Mediterranean, Larnaca – like much of Cyprus – attracts many visitors to its beautiful beaches. Alongside the central promenade, Finikoudes and Mackenzie beaches both offer a buzzing selection of bars along the waterfront.
What many of the revellers here don’t realise though is that beneath the tranquil Mediterranean waves, a rusting behemoth lies. The MS Zenobia sank here during her maiden voyage in 1980. Luckily, nobody was injured. However, the wreck is now one of the world’s most famous and popular diving sites, making it a definite bucket list option for any keen scuba diver.
Before visiting Cyprus, be sure to make yourself aware of the political situation. Namely, the Turkish occupation of the north in the 1970s, which resulted in a hard border with the Greek Cypriot south. The border remains to the present day. While it is unlikely to pose any issues during your visit, it is simply good to approach the subject with sensitivity if it comes up in conversation with the locals.