Larnaca’s vision for a world-class, integrated port and marina has been a long time in the making, so it is with great joy that we can announce that a contract for the development and operation of the project will be soon be officially signed with works commencing in January 2021 – the perfect start to the New Year!
The mild winter temperatures are perfect for enjoying the self-guided cultural walk around Larnaca city, but if you are unable to participate on foot, you can still enjoy discovering all the sights at home via the new ‘Larnaka Cultural Walk Virtual 360°’ project.
The Cyprus Association for Sustainable Tourism (CSTI) in collaboration with the Larnaca Tourism Board and with the support of the Municipality of Larnaca and the Deputy Ministry of Tourism, recently organised a campaign entitled ‘Combating plastic pollution in the Mediterranean’.
The innovative, new historical attraction ‘Larnaca Storytelling Statues’ was recently presented – a project that allows locals and visitors to learn the history of symbolic figures connected to the city in an interactive way through the statues ‘telling’ their own stories.
Repeat tourists to Larnaca were honoured as part of the ‘Larnaka's Loyal Friends’ programme by the Larnaca Tourism Board, the Pyla Community Council and Lordos Beach Hotel.
Repeat tourists visiting the city of Larnaca have been honoured as part of the Larnaca Tourism Development and Promotion Board’s ‘Larnaca's Loyal Friends’ programme.
Nine mountainous communities have cemented their beekeeping and honey producing identity as part of the new Honey Routes - Cyprus’ tourism programme.