Larnaca Region

Party reputation

Cyprus’ east coast has a reputation for being something of an insomniac. Over the years, the lively town of Ayia Napa has really earned its nightlife stripes, thanks to a neon strip full of bars and nightclubs. But all-night partying is just one chapter in the Larnaca region’s story. This part of Cyprus has plenty for couples and families, as well.

Popular resorts

Family favourite, Nissi Beach, is about a mile up the road from Ayia Napa. This town has a golden beach, a massive waterpark, and a leafy waterfront promenade, where you can sample every style of cuisine within earshot of the waves. The town of Protaras, about 15 minutes’ drive from Nissi Beach, tends to spark a love-at-first-sight reaction for couples. This place is defined by vine-wrapped tavernas and some of the prettiest coastal spots in the region.

Sweeping countryside

Away from the big resorts, Larnaca is an unexplored region of rocky plains and sprawling fields scattered with windmills and wild flowers. It’s a haven for walkers, and for those who fancy filling up a picnic basket and heading for the lemon trees.

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Protaras

Protaras is a purpose-built resort on the southeastern coast of Cyprus. The reason it’s here is the sandy patchwork of beaches that blankets the rugged coastline – which is a real draw in itself for the scenic walks. It’s a fairly compact place, so you’ll find the lively bars and restaurants right on the main street. And when you want to really let your hair down, boisterous Ayia Napa is just next door.

Nissi Beach

On Cyprus’ southeast corner, Nissi Beach is only a stone’s throw from full-throttle Ayia Napa, but really they’re worlds apart. Even if its superstar beach does get quite lively by day, come evening Nissi Beach prefers to live life in the slow lane.

Pernera

Pernera really lucked out with location. This pretty harbour town sits on Cyprus’ east coast, surrounded by forests and vineyards. It’s quieter than neighbouring Protaras, which you can walk to in around 20 minutes. But that’s not to say there’s not much to do here. Ouzo bars, restaurants, and ice-cream parlours line up along the waterfront promenade, and there’s a waterpark on the edge of town.

Protaras

Protaras is a purpose-built resort on the southeastern coast of Cyprus. The reason it’s here is the sandy patchwork of beaches that blankets the rugged coastline – which is a real draw in itself for the scenic walks. It’s a fairly compact place, so you’ll find the lively bars and restaurants right on the main street. And when you want to really let your hair down, boisterous Ayia Napa is just next door.

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Top 4 resorts in Larnaca Region

Top 5 hotels in Larnaca Region

Top 3 villas in Larnaca Region

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