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Holidays to Larnaca

Larnaca Holidays, Cyprus

Larnaca Holidays

Larnaca is located on the south east coast of Cyprus and a very short distance from the recently rebuilt airport which also bears its name. A reasonably large town, Larnaca holidays are based around the important harbour as well as the nearby sandy bays. A fairly modern town, Larnaca offers holidaymakers a wide range of tourist attractions from the attractive promenade which stretches along the seafront to the larger selection of shops found within the town.

Larnaca Beach Holidays

Larnaca holidays offer a wide choice of beaches from those at the centre of town to quieter smaller coves found a few miles outside of Larnaca. The more popular beaches in Larnaca offer a wide range of activities including a great selection of watersports for those seeking an adrenaline rush.

History to be found on a Larnaca Holiday

Originally founded by the Phoenicians, while on a Larnaca holiday you must include some of the fantastic history and culture which can be found in this area of the island. From religious shrines, churches, military forts and museums not to mention the traditional villages found outside the town; a Larnaca holiday has it all. Book today with Mercury Holidays and find out for yourself what it is that keeps pulling visitors back year after year to this popular resort.

Weather and Climate

The climate is typically Mediterranean and due to its location can work out as one of the hottest parts of the region during the summer. Summers are hot and dry (they can be completely rainless from May - mid-September), the summer skies are generally cloudless. Inland the Troodos and Kyrenia mountain ranges are refreshingly cooler. During the winter months, the weather is still pleasant although some rainfall may be experienced with anywhere between 117 - 133mm for Dec and Jan. Cyprus is generally a very sunny island, this goes for winter too with the sun out for approximately 6 hours per day. In summer there can be 12 to 13 hours of sun per day.