The Heart of Larnaca’s Beach Life
Phinikoudes is a Greek word that means “little palms”, referring to the trees that were planted along the beachfront in 1922. The beach stretches for 500 metres and has fine grey sand that varies in width from 30 to 100 metres. It is surrounded by a lively promenade that offers a variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and hotels. You can also find many mini markets near the beach, where you can buy snacks, drinks and souvenirs. The shopping and business district of the city is just a short walk away from the promenade. The main street, Athenon Avenue, is lined with palm trees, green spaces and colourful flowers that create a beautiful contrast with the blue sea.
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A Beach with Everything You Need
A Byzantine Treasure in Larnaca
A World-Class Wreck Diving Site
A Family-Friendly Destination
The New Larnaca Marina
- To reconnect the city with the Sea and revitalize the waterfront
- To foster a vibrant community where work, life and play are balanced
- To promote green practices and reduce environmental impact
- To design a stunning Landmark that will put Larnaca on the map
Business Model and Benefits
Piale Pashia Promenade
Renovated, aligned with fragrant plants and adequate lighting. Making this promenade a perfect place for romantic evening strolls between Makenzy and Finikoudes beach.
Built in 1747 and now partly illuminated at night, offering a tranquil scenic walkway parallel to the Salt Lake towards Larnaca airport. Look out for 2000-12000 seasonal flamingos!
Lefkara Village situated nearly 40 km from Larnaca. It is a charming village with narrow cobbled streets and picturesque architecture. Well known for the local handmade “Lefkaritika Lace” and filigree silver handicrafts.
Castle Medieval Museum
Now used as a museum, exhibition items related to its extensive history. The castles courtyard is used for cultural events during the long summer months. Linking both Finikoudes and Piale Pashia promenades.
Larnaca Salt Lake
This Byzantine church from the 11th century contains a rare 6th century mosaic of the Virgin Mary. Explore this beautiful church garden and relax at its traditional coffee/souvenir shop.
Tenta, Kition, and Hala Sultan Tekke. The museum exhibits include sculptures, pottery, vases, glass and clay ornaments, coins, jewellery, and weapons. The museum is located near the Larnaca Castle, which houses the Larnaca Medieval Museum.
Local Saturday Street Market
Visit a traditional Cypriot fresh fruit and vegetable street market held every Saturday from 6am to 1.30pm in the municipal parking area in the town’s centre. You can find a variety of local produce, such as olives, cheese, honey, herbs, nuts, and sweets, as well as handicrafts, clothes, and souvenirs. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and the bargains at this authentic Cypriot market.