Lovely villa situated on the Dhekelia Road, Larnaca. It is within a five minutes walk to the beach and close to all amenities including a bakery, restaurants, shops and a pub.
This villa is detached and situated on the corner of the road. It has 3 bedrooms on the second floor, one of which is ensuite. There is also a family bathroom on the second floor. The main bedroom and bedroom 2 have large double beds in each. The third bedroom has 2 single beds.
On the first floor there is a large living room with a big sofa bed that can be used as another sleeping place. Fully equipped kitchen and dining area is also situated on the first floor. There is also a guest WC. Outside is a large terrace where you can enjoy a drink or meal overlooking the private pool.
Easy access to Larnaca town or Ayia Napa/Protaras.
Car Rental can be arranged.
There is plenty to see and do in Larnaca, which offers visitors the chance to relax in a gorgeous Mediterranean setting, and the opportunity to explore a number of impressive archaeological sites. The main attraction in Larnaca is the remains of the ancient city of Kition; visitors can see parts of the excavations and explore the ancient ruins on the lovely coastline. A number of exciting atrefacts from Kition are preserved in Larnaca's museums, the best of which are the Larnaca District Museum and the Larnaca Medieval Museum (located in the thrilling Larnaca fort).
The city is truly rich in ancient history and a paradise for lovers of archaeology: just a little way outside of Larnaca visitors can explore the ruins and excavations of Choirokoitia, a Neolithic settlement dating back to 7000 BC and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Larnaca is also blessed with a number of significant religious institutions. The Church of Ayios Lazaros is a really special place to visit, with a richly decorated interior and a proud history. Another religious attraction in Larnaca is the Hala Sultan Tekke, a striking Muslim monument and mosque set in the beautiful Salt Lake landscape very close to the airport. The famous Stavrovouni Monastery makes for a great excursion from the city; it is the oldest monastery in Cyprus and is said to contain an important relic, a fragment of the Holy Cross. Regrettably, however, women are not permitted inside this Greek Orthodox monastery.
For those more interested in sand and sea the beaches of Larnaca are worthy of any amount of basking and swimming and the main town beach, Finikoudes, is very popular. Larnaca is also a dream destination for divers and boasts numerous worthwhile dives, both technical and recreational, including viewings of the Wreck of the Zenobia.TripAdvisor property ID 2955216...Read more
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