Whether you’re visiting Larnaca for the first time or you have visited the island you will want to experience as much as possible. There is an abundance of adventurous spots to explore and reading this article might give you some ideas to get the most out of your trip as well as help you create a remarkable family day out in Larnaca.
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Archeological Family Day Out in Larnaca
Agios Lazarus and Hala Sultan Tekke are historical landmarks that have lots of stories to tell from the era they were constructed. Agios Lazarus for example is a special Byzantine style of architecture. Larnaca medieval castle is another unique structure to visit. There are also two free guided tours in Larnaca which enable you to discover the history and the culture of the city and introduce you to more historical places. Some market places such as Skala, provide a dynamic historical atmosphere while you can walk around and buy handicrafts and souvenirs, it is recently a hot spot for Instagrammers too!
Day Trip Out in Larnaca
Larnaca offers professional tour caterings with bilingual guides and many different plans for couples and families with children. Some start with cycling around the Salt Lake and end with a portion of traditional food and wine. For people who like the safari there are quad bike adventurous safaris through Larnaca coastal Dhekelia road and the popular jeep safari which offers a full day trip through Kykkos monastery and allows you to visit a unique forest bridge, Troodos mountains, and a very old waterfall.
Water Sports and Boat Tours
If you’re more into sea style of entertainment activities, Larnaca offers diving, Vulcans, Jet skis, and some other water sports. You can rent a boat or a yacht to enjoy fishing, snorkeling, and the sea trip in the middle of the crystal-clear Mediterranean water.
Find out about the best beaches in Larnaca here.
A Tasty Family Day out in Larnaca
Visiting an olive park, a rose factory, or a winery and tasting different red, rose and white wines as well as learning their food pairings is indeed one of the most interesting ideas. Some tourism-related groups provide these kinds of services and set private and public tours just to taste the best out of the food and culture of Larnaca.