Travel to Larnaka (Larnaca): Fun and Memorable Experience
For many who are planning to travel to Cyprus this year, the greatest adventure they will experience is the daily competition for a sun lounger by the hotel pool. However, many travellers who visit Cyprus each year do so in search of activity and adventure.
Serving the burgeoning numbers of intrepid visitors is the Larnaka (Larnaca) International Airport, conveniently placed between capital Lefkosia (Nicosia) and Lemesos (Limassol). Over 100 airlines now link Cyprus to most major European countries, Russia, the Middle East and beyond. First impressions on arrival are exceptional, as visitors are greeted by the sight of two brand new, state of the art Cyprus airports – Larnaka (Larnaca) and Pafos (Paphos).
Visit Larnaka (Larnaca)
Increasingly, the reason people visit Larnaka (Larnaca) is to take advantage of the fantastic adventure sports opportunities. Many regular visitors are unaware of the amazing walking paths available, both on the Salt Lake, around Finikoudes as well as the district.
Larnaka (Larnaca) is also extremely popular with divers. A growing number of people travel to Larnaka (Larnaca) as it has the world a reputation of being one of the best locations for wreck diving, due to the Zenobia Wreck which is one of the world’s best wreck diving sites and also because of the warm temperature, clarity of the waters and the lack of tides and strong currents. There are a number of diving schools around the district offering equipment hire and tuition for all levels.
Activities in Larnaka (Larnaca)
For those who get their thrills on top of the water, Larnaka (Larnaca) is also gaining in popularity. Windsurfing has long been popular along the southern coast, and in the past few years Cyprus has seen more and more kitesurfers taking advantage of the year round wind and waves.
The future for travel to Larnaka (Larnaka) is moving away from the traditional all-inclusive ‘never leave the hotel’ package deal, towards more action packed holidays. Increasingly the Larnaka airport will be filled with the outsized baggage of the sports enthusiasts’, rather than those who visit Cyprus equipped with only a towel and their favourite tea bags.