To the west of Larnaca is the beautiful salt lake, home to migratory flamingos and the Mosque of Hala Sultan Tekke, which is the fourth most important shrine to Muslims.
Close to Larnaca lies the small village of Lefkara, famous for its lace and silverware.
According to tradition, Leonardo Da Vinci visited the village and bought an altar cloth which he donated to the Milan Cathedral. The house of Patsalos houses the Lace and Silverware Museum of Lefkara.
Larnaca has an international airport and this adds to the popularity of real estate property in Larnaca.
Larnaca is situated on the south eastern coast, home of the main international airport. Clients wishing to buy property in Larnaca Cyprus or buy villas in Larnaca Cyprus will find a good selection on offer.
New property in Larnaca is typically apartments with villas being build around the outskirts and surrounding countryside.
Larnaca's trademark, the famous mile-long promenade lined with palm trees, is now a pedestrian zone, which makes this area's open-air cafes, tavernas and restaurants even more attractive. At one end of the promenade is the Larnaca yacht marina and a port with the town's main commercial and shopping centre 200 yards inland.
Larnaca is a town with an easy going pace and with b links to the past. In the heart of modern Larnaca you can find remains of the ancient city-kingdom of Kition, which is the birthplace of the philosopher Zeno.
The delightful palm trees promenade, its fort and the old quarters give Larnaca its unique character.
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