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Few feelings can compare to that of sinking your toes into warm sand… of the sun kissing your skin, and your senses taking in the fresh, salty breeze and the endless views of glittering blue waters.
This idyllic scene is one that can be enjoyed for the most part of the year on the island of Cyprus, and one that offers a myriad of experiences, from the total relaxation of sunbathing with drink in hand, to the thrill and challenge of trying a new water sport..
From secluded bays, to lively resorts and sandy beaches to rocky coves, the island’s expansive coastline is home to a variety of different-style beaches; each unique in its appearance and the facilities it offers.
Aside from lazing on hot sands, the crystal depths of the Mediterranean Sea can be appreciated both on and in the water, after all, even the Goddess of Love - Aphrodite herself - was born of the sea foam in Pafos!
Take a stroll to a backdrop of sea and bobbing boats at one of the quaint piers, marinas and harbours…. try your hand at reeling in the ‘catch of the day’ on a fishing trip, or discover the coves and caves of the different coastal areas on a boat trip. By venturing further still with a short cruise to a neighbouring country, you can beautifully combine two holidays in one.
For the more daring visitor, the island’s ideal wind and water conditions open up endless possibilities for exhilarating sports such as windsurfing, sailing and kitesurfing, whilst beneath the foam, a whole new underwater world invites you into to discover a diver’s paradise of world-ranking wrecks and diverse marine life.
So, whether you prefer to be lounging on hot sands, riding the waves, or taking in the views from a porthole, Cyprus is the perfect destination for all the very best of sun and sea.
Explore the heart of Larnaka from Livadhiotis City Hotel, just 100 meters from the famous Larnaka Seafront (Phoinikoudes Beach) and 10 minutes away from Larnaka International Airport.
Surrounded by lots of great cafes, pubs and restaurants and just a stone’s throw away from the town’s main shopping and commercial centre, Livadhiotis City Hotel is the ideal base to discover the island.
The surrounding area is steeped in history with the historic Saint Lazarus Church located directly opposite the hotel, while the Pierides Museum, the Larnaka Marina, The Medieval Castle and the Larnaka Archaeological Museum are also within a short walking distance from our location. No wonder our hotel is the perfect choice for leisure and business travelers alike. We are all you need for a friendly and comfortable stay in Larnaka.
Feel at home away from home!
Limassol is geographically situated on the southern coast of Cyprus. It is the largest city of Cyprus in geographical size. The district of Limassol is bordered by the district of Larnaka in the east, the district of Pafos in the west, the capital; Nicosia in the north, with Akrotiri Bay to the south. Limassol’s central position offers easy access to all major cities as well as Troodos Mountains within a 35 to 45 minute drive. It is also conveniently situated only 35 minutes away from both Larnaka and Pafos airports.
Limassol is a safe destination which has much to share, with its beautiful seafronts, countless cultural, recreational and leisure activities, vibrant events and festivals, as well as being a centre for conferences and incentive travel programmes.
Larnaca (Larnarka) is a port city on the south coast of Cyprus. It's known for Finikoudes Beach, a sandy strip in the city centre backed by a palm-lined seaside promenade. Buzzing bars line the waterfront at Mackenzie Beach. Just offshore, the M.S. Zenobia wreck is a popular dive site. The 9th-century Church of Saint Lazarus contains the tomb of the saint said to have risen from the dead.
According to Assyrian sources from the 7th Century BC, today's Nicosia then used to be a city named Ledra. In about 300 BC, the son of the Egyptian king Ptolemy, Lefkos, rebuilt the city, and his name is immortalised in the modern local name of Lefkosa (Turkish) or Lefkosia (Greek). Nicosia is the Frankish name of the city, and is thought to have appeared in the late 1100s. The name is mostly used by foreigners. The capital of the island, it is divided into Turkish and Greek sectors by a boundary known as the green Line, which runs in an East-west direction.
Cyprus Restaurants is a portal with links and information on all Restaurants in Cyprus. Our directory features a variety of restaurants such as fast food chains, fish taverns, traditional Cyprus taverns and steak houses. Also restaurants in Cyprus specializing in international cuisine like Chinese, Mexican, Indian and Japanese are also included in our website.
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