Live Webcam Larnaca Seafront, Cyprus
Live webcam shows the seafront of the resort city of Larnaca in Cyprus.
Larnaca, Cyprus’s third-largest city, follows Nicosia (the capital) and Limassol in size. It stands as a major seaport and ranks among the Republic of Cyprus’s most sought-after tourist destinations. Located on the southeastern coast of Cyprus Island, along the western edge of Larnaca Bay in the Mediterranean Sea, Larnaca lies approximately 71 kilometers (44 miles) east of Limassol and 58 kilometers (36 miles) southeast of Nicosia. This vibrant city boasts an area spanning 31.73 square kilometers and is home to over 51,000 residents.
Larnaca offers a treasure trove of attractions, including the historic Church of St. Lazarus, constructed in the 9th century during Emperor Leo VI’s reign, and the awe-inspiring Agios Lazaros Church. Cultural enthusiasts can explore the Pierides Archaeological Foundation Museum, the Archaeological Museum, and the formidable Larnaca Fort. The city also boasts architectural wonders like the Kamares Aqueduct, the Turkish Quarter, and the serene Stavrovouni Monastery. Meanwhile, spiritual seekers can find solace in the Church of Archangel Michael and the revered Hala Sultan Tekke Mosque, considered the fourth most important shrine in the Islamic world.
Larnaca is a bustling hub, teeming with an array of restaurants, bars, cafes, nightclubs, shops, and diverse hotels that cater to every taste. The city is particularly celebrated for its pristine sandy beaches, making it a paradise for beach lovers.
Larnaca International Airport (IATA: LCA, ICAO: LCLK), situated just 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) southwest of Larnaca, reigns as the primary and busiest airport in Cyprus, connecting the island to the world.
The live webcam offers a glimpse of the enchanting embankment in Livadia, a municipality and suburb of Larnaca located to the northeast of the city center.