Apartment for rent from € 150/day in LarnacaName/Address: LAMK1 Makenzy Seafront Suite
The apartment has been recently completely refurbished and features a modern fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar, spacious open plan dining room and living room area opening up to the beach front balcony which is complete with modern and comfortable furniture making it the ideal place to enjoy the view over a relaxing or romantic drink.
The master bedroom comes with a large comfortable double bed and TV while the second bedroom offers two full single beds. The apartment is fully airconditioned and offers free Wi-Fi internet and satelite TV.
Larnaca Holiday Apartment - Mackenzie Suite is primarily located on Kastella Beach, a cosy beach equipped with Hawaiian style beach umbrellas, full convenience facilities and full bar service. The quaint fishing marina is right on the next beach. The area is located on the recently upgraded Piyale Pasha Avenue just 10 minutes walk to Mackenzie Beach which is probably the best beach in Larnaca and offers plethora of bars, restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy gourmet international cuisine or more traditional fish meze, amazing cocktails and great night life. The more central Finikoudes beach and square is also within walking distance on the other direction and there you can find most international chains of restaurants and cafes.
Larnaca airport is only about 5 minutes' drive and within a few minutes walk from he apartment you will find restaurants, bars, ice-cream shops, pharmacies, supermarkets and much more.
The Larnaka Region
East meets West in Larnaka (Larnaca) as both Christianity and Islam have revered religious sites here, with the mosque of Hala Sultan, an important Moslem place of pilgrimage, and the church of St Lazarus, Jesus’ friend whom he resurrected from the dead.
The Mountainous Area of Lanaka (Larnaca), is dotted with charming villages with welcoming locals. The listed village of Lefkara, is perhaps the most picturesque, with its narrow streets and stone houses with red-tiled roofs and central courtyards, and a history of producing wonderful handicrafts such as filigree silverware and a traditional kind of lace known the world over as “lefkaritika”. Legend has it that Leonardo da Vinci himself came here and bought an altar cloth, which he donated to Milan cathedral.
Amongst archaeological sites worth visiting, Choirokoitia is one of the best preserved sites of a prehistoric settlement brought to light in the Eastern Mediterranean, and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The church of Angeloktisti, in the village of Kiti, has one of the finest examples of Byzantine art of the Justinian period, a rare 6th century mosaic of the Virgin and Child between two archangels, while perched dramatically on a rocky peak with a panoramic view over the surrounding