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Larnaca

Cyprus

Larnaca has plenty of historical sights to complement its deep blue sea, bright sandy beaches and sunny skies. Tourists can also enjoy the palm-lined harbour promenade, the city’s international calibre shops and inviting restaurants and bars.

Fly four times a week with First Choice, Thomson and Thomas Cook, summer only.

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Things to do in Larnaca

Ayia Napa's medieval monastery
  1. Visit Ayia Napa's medieval monastery

    A beautiful landmark in the party capital with a 600 year old sycamore tree.

  2. Relax on the beach

    Cyprus is blessed with stunning beaches, the most popular being in Nissi Bay, Ayia Napa, Protaras and Fig Tree Bay.

  3. Go on the Troödos Jeep Safari

    Explore Troödos on the 4x4 Akamas Safari, watch the turtles at Lara Bay, visit the Baths of Aphrodite and see the Holy Monastery of Kykkos.

  4. Sample the nightlife

    Ayia Napa is the ultimate party resort with a huge selection of bars and clubs.

  5. Spend the day at WaterWorld Waterpark

    An amazing Greek mythology-themed paradise of watery fun.

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Fly to Stockholm with SAS

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New SAS service links Bristol and Stockholm. Flights will operate twice a week (on Monday and Friday) from 30 June to 15 August 2014, using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft.  

 

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