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House | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Situated 150 metres from the beach, this 2 bedroom house is able to accommodate up to 6 people comfortably. The house is located on a relaxing private estate within a cul-de-sac close to family amenities, a mini-market and water sports facilities. The sea itself is very child friendly as we have a sandy beach and the water is clean and shallow.

Please note - Air Conditioning is only available in the front room on the ground floor.

There is also an outdoor shower for rinsing down after the beach.

The house is 10 mins by car from the airport, and 20 mins to Larnaca city centre. A regular bus service is also available all year round. By car you can also reach Ayia Napa and Limassol within 45 mins, and Nicosia in 35 mins. A superb location that offers a variety of holiday experiences.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach 150 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Larnaca 10 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 2 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking, Wheelchair users

The Larnaca region

The area of Larnaca (Larnaka) in Cyprus has a long history of tourism and the city boasts a truly stunning setting, on the southerly Mediterranean coast, where it is home to the island's premier airport. Once a sleepy town, the Larnaca of today has managed to retain much of its earlier charm, whilst catering to the regular influx of sun-seeking, beach-going, night-clubbing holiday makers.

There really is plenty for everyone in Larnaca, with its characterful and historical Turkish Quarter being a labyrinth of traditional streets, white-washed Cypriot housing and local craft shops. Close by and along the bustling, palm tree-lined Leoforos Athinon / Athinou Avenue (Finikoudes Promenade), a myriad of shops and chain stores present themselves, while nearby and close to the Sun Hall Hotel, tourist information is available at the office of the Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO).

Pervolia

Landmarks

Ancient Kition

Kition is an ancient city-state located on the southern coast of Cyprus. At present, it is a part of Larnaca, also known as Citium in earlier days. In the 13th century, Greeks established Kition, but it was re-established in 800BC by Phoenicians. The site has been heavily excavated; first by the Swedish Cyprus Expedition in 1929, then the Cyprus Department of Antiquities in 1959 and finally by a French team in 1976.

Larnaca Fort

Larnaca Fort is located on the shore at the south end of 'Phoinikoudes' Chronicle, built between 1382 and 1398 during the region of James-I in order to protect the town's harbour. It is imagined to be in the shape of a square tower, rebuilt in 1625 during the Ottoman period. The fort was used as a prison in the first year of British rule. Because of its historic importance, many rooms have been transformed into museum. The courtyard is used for cultural events in summer season.

Hala Sultan Tekke (Grand Mosque)

Grand Mosque is a popular spiritual landmark in Larnaca. It is set on the outskirts of the earlier Turkish and Greek quarters of Larnaca. In the 16th century it was used by the small local Muslim community but since 1974 the mosque has stood pretty much unused. The top of minaret offers a wonderful view of Larnaca city and its stunning surrounding landscape.

Church of Saint Lazarus

The Church of Saint Lazarus is named after Lazarus of Bethany, who was raised by Jesus from the dead. It was built in the 9th century to house the tomb of Lazarus. It has an open porch with preserved traces of Greek, Latin and French inscriptions. The church was reconstructed in the 17thcentury with an addition of the Bell Tower. Its design features a central nave, two aisles and three domes.

Europe Square

Europe Square is located at the beginning of Athens Avenue. It consists of the first colonial buildings built by the British Administration in 1881. The place is full of memories from the past, like the Governor's building, the chief Port Master house and office, the Chief Customs Officer's residence and office, and the colonial port warehouses. These buildings are now occupied by the Palaeontology museum, the Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, the City-Museum and Archives, the District Administration of Larnaca, which are considered historically important sites.

Larnaca Salt Lake

Being the second largest salt lake in Cyprus, it is a distinctive landmark located to the west of the town of Larnaca. It is formed by the complex network of four lakes of different sizes such as Lake Aliki, the largest amongst them, followed by Lake Orphani, Lake Soros and Lake Spiro. The total surface area of the Larnaca Salt Lake is 2.2 Km² and it is considered one of the most important wetlands in Cyprus with an array of plants, birds and wildlife.

Stavrovouni Monastery

The Monastery is set on the peak of the mountain of Stavrovouni in Larnaca. The name Stavrovouni is derived from two words 'stavros' for cross and 'vouno' for mountain, which means "the mountain of the Cross". The monastery was founded by St. Helena, the mother of the Byzantine Emperor Constantine I, the Great. Since those times, the monastery has gone through much renovation but it is still well worth a visit.

Choirokoitia Neolithic Settlement

Choirokoitia is one of the most famous historic attractions in the city and is situated about 30 km to the south-west of Larnaca. It's a World Heritage Site comprising well-preserved ruins and reconstructed houses that were built around 6800 BC!

Pierides Museum

The Pierides Museum is one of the most important museums in Cyprus and home to preserved collections depicting Cypriot culture, right through the centuries. Its archaeological collection includes the Pierides Family House dating back to 1825. The museum displays collections from the main periods of Cypriot history.

Saint George Makris

Constructed on a hill along Phaneromeni Avenue, the Saint George Makris church is a miniature piece of late Byzantine architecture from the 12th and 13th centuries. After invading Larnaca in 1426, the church of the medieval village, Agrinou was destroyed by the Egyptian Mameluks. It was further renovated in the 15th century. A wall painting of Saint George still survives to this day.

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Calendar last updated:14 Aug 2014

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