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#1 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Historic Sites
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Ayios Lazarus (Larnaka)
#2 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Religious Sites
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#3 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#4 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#5 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Beaches

Finikoudes is a very popular beach with tourists, as it is the main beach of Larnaca town, with Larnaca front stretching along behind the beach. The beach area boasts the full... more »

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#6 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Bodies of Water
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#7 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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McKenzie Beach (Larnaka)
#8 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
#9 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Religious Sites
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MaKenzy Beach (Larnaka)
#10 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Beaches
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Camel Park (Mazotos)
#11 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks
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#12 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Ancient Ruins
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Lefkara Village (Larnaka)
#13 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#14 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Religious Sites
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#15 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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CTO Beach (Pyla)
#16 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
#17 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Castles
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#18 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Military Museums; Museums
This former British prison is now home to home to treasures of from the Bronze Age.
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#19 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Kalavasos Dam (Kalavasos)
#20 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
  • Dam it was good 07/12/2014
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#21 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#22 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Specialty Museums
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#23 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#24 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
#25 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#26 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#27 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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#28 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
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Lucky Star Park (Aradippou)
#29 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks
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Pierides Museum (Larnaka)
#30 of 60 attractions in Larnaka District
Category: Museums
Owner description: Pierides MuseumOpening Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 - 16:00 Friday - Saturday: 9:00 - 13:00... more » Owner description: Pierides MuseumOpening Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 - 16:00 Friday - Saturday: 9:00 - 13:00 Sunday: ClosedEntrance fees: Adults: 3,00 EUR Children / Students: 1,00 EUR Group 10+ : 2,00 EUR Description:The Archaeological Collection of the Pierides Museum is considered as one of the most important collections of Cyprus. The collection was initiated by the enlightened Demetrios Pierides in the 19th century and has been systematically enriched.The Pierides Museum is conveniently located in the commercial center of the city of Larnaka, parallel to the sea front. It can be characterized as one of the most important private museums of Cyprus, since the collection contains a significant and characteristic presentation of the civilization of Cyprus through the centuries. The Archaeological Collection is housed in the former, colonial style, residence of the Pierides family, built in 1825, where the visitor can travel through the ages covering 9000 years of the island's history, beginning from Neolithic times through to the Bronze Age, Geometric, Archaic, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine - Medieval Age.A very important cartography collection of old maps and charts of Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean is also housed in the Museum, as well as the prized collection of Greek and Roman glassware. « less
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