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Last minute flights to Larnaca

Departure Tue, 03 Sep Return Thu, 19 Sep
LTN London
LCA Larnaca
return from £94
Departure Wed, 28 Aug Return Sat, 07 Sep
BHX Birmingham
LCA Larnaca
return from £158
Departure Tue, 03 Sep Return Wed, 04 Sep
ATH Athens
LCA Larnaca
return from £146
Departure Fri, 30 Aug Return Wed, 04 Sep
BEY Beirut
LCA Larnaca
return from £116
Popular flight routes to Larnaca
London - Larnaca
return from £97
Birmingham - Larnaca
return from £161
Athens - Larnaca
return from £139
Tel Aviv - Larnaca
return from £156
Beirut - Larnaca
return from £141
Bristol - Larnaca
return from £163

Trips to Larnaca

Larnaca travel

Discover golden beaches, turquoise water and historical treasures on a break in Larnaca, a picturesque city on the south coast of Cyprus. One of the oldest cities in Cyprus, the city's colourful history is evident in its wealth of historical monuments that reveal its many different rulers, from the Greeks and Persians, to the Turks and the British. Larnaca is also a thoroughly modern city and one of Cyprus' main beach resorts. The city has a laid-back atmosphere, a bustling palm tree-lined seafront promenade and cosmopolitan air. Nearby, visitors on a trip to Larnaca can also visit natural wonders such as the famous Salt Lake where, in spring, large flocks of flamingos can be viewed. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Larnaca!

Things to do and places to see in Larnaca

Larnaca's must-see attractions range from outstanding historical sites such as the Agios Lazaros and the mosque of Hala Sultan to idyllic beaches, while the surrounding villages give a taste of traditional Cypriot life with crafts like lace making and charming cobblestone streets. Larnaca's social scene centres around the bustling seafront promenade where locals and tourists linger over local specialities in the bars and cafes or browse the shops for local artwork and handicrafts.

When visiting Larnaca, be sure to:

  • Visit the magnificent Agios Lazaros (Church of St. Lazarus) and Byzantine Museum, which lies over the relics of Saint Lazarus
  • Check out ancient Cypriot antiquities at the Pierides Archaeological Foundation Museum
  • Spot Greater Flamingos at Larnaca's Salt Lake
  • Visit the Agios Antonios of Kelia, one of the most important Byzantine churches in Cyprus
  • Climb the ramparts of the Ottoman era fort
  • Explore the Turkish quarter and browse the pottery shops
  • Take a break from sightseeing at the beach
  • Drive to the picturesque village of Lefkara and visit some traditional lace shops
  • Savour meze with friends (small sharing plates of dips, salads and meat) at a local tavern
  • Go wine tasting in the hills of the Lefkara Valley

Larnaca airports

Passengers travelling on flights to Larnaca will arrive at Larnaca International Airport, which is the biggest airport in Cyprus and about three miles from the town centre. Annually the airport handles several million visitors and about 30 international airlines.

  • Larnaca Airport

    Top airlines

    A number of airlines operate cheap flights to Larnaca including: Aegean Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines and LOT Polish Airlines.


    Larnaca Airport is located about 3 miles south of the town centre.

    Transport options

    There are several shuttle services and public transport buses, including the Limassol Airport Express, Zenon Larnaka buses and the Kapnos airport shuttle, that connect Larnaca Airport with the town centre and other towns and resorts in the region. Taxis are available at the designated area upon exiting the Arrivals Hall on the ground floor. There are a few car rental agencies at the airport and the airport is easily accessed by the B4 and A3 motorways.

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