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Larnaca holidays 2020

As the oldest city in Cyprus, Larnaca is home to historical wonders, stunning beaches and lively nightlife. Spend your days relaxing on the vast swathes of Blue Flag sandy beaches, wandering down the pretty rows of palm trees along the sea front, or uncovering the mysteries of ancient Cyprus on your holiday. This picturesque resort is located conveniently close to the airport, as well as the clubber’s paradise of Ayia Napa.

To escape the hustle and bustle, head over to the idyllic Protaras or explore the fascinating sights in nearby Limassol. Away from the big resorts, Larnaca displays sweeping countryside in an unexplored region of rocky plains and sprawling fields decorated with windmills and wildflowers. If you are a keen walker or fancy a picnic, get out of town and head for the lemon trees.

With its stunning Mediterranean coastline, and an array of bars and cultural sights, Larnaca is the ideal destination for families and couples. A cheap holiday in Larnaca offers something for all ages - a refreshing combination of Cypriot culture and a modern vibe that promises a memorable stay.

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