About LarnacaLarnaca is much more than the third most populous city on the island. Due to the size of its airport, it is considered the gateway to the island. In addition, it has the largest airport in Cyprus, which is located south of the city. With more than 70 thousand inhabitants, Larnaca is a nerve centre for commercial, economic, cultural and tourist activities in the Mediterranean Sea.
Over time, the city of Larnaca acquired a significant tourist hub, which leads us to think that shortly the town will continue to grow in population and quality of life.
History tells us that this city was founded almost 4,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, genuine owners of the Mediterranean Sea at that time. Since then, the city has been acquiring its own identity, reflected in every square meter of the city. Currently, Larnaca offers different investment opportunities for those who want to live there. In recent years, the real estate industry has been revitalized by the high demand for houses, villas, studios, and apartments from people eager to live at the rhythm of a city that does not rest.
Larnaca is considered an ideal city to live in with the family. Being a city of entry and passage, parents find this town ideal for those who want a quiet life, good access to education and the comforts of the best European cities. This is one of the best-kept secrets that the south of the island of Cyprus has.
Larnaca airport is the most important in Cyprus, with more than 8 million passengers in 2019. Before the Covid19 pandemic, about 30 international airlines provided their services, something that we all hope will return to normal very soon.