Larnaca Live Webcams

Live webcams in Larnaca show real-time views of the beaches, views from hotels and restaurants, streets, squares, promenades, parks and attractions of the third largest city in Cyprus after Nicosia and Limassol. Live webcams show panoramic views of the city, its surrounding nature, and the current weather conditions in Larnaca from anywhere in the world. Some of the webcams stream images with sound. The most popular webcams are located at the top of the streaming list. Each of the live webcam has a informative description and a map with its location in Larnaca. The map displays the exact location of each webcam in the city.

Brief information about Larnaca

Larnaca is a city and one of the most famous and popular resorts in Cyprus. It is located on the southeastern coast of the island, 45 km west of Ayia Napa and 45 km south of Nicosia. The city covers an area of 32 km² with a population of over 51,000 people. This makes Larnaca the third largest city in Cyprus after Nicosia and Limassol.

Larnaca is considered to be one of the oldest settlements in Cyprus. Archaeological artifacts indicate that people lived here as early as 6000 years ago. Today it is a very popular resort in Cyprus, known for its historic center with a Turkish quarter, numerous architectural and historical landmarks, museums and ancient churches. There is an extensive promenade and many beautiful sandy beaches.

Climate in Larnaca

Larnaca delights tourists with a Mediterranean climate. The weather is very pleasant for both beach vacations and excursions to natural attractions. In August the temperature rises to 32 degrees Celsius, and on some days even reaches 35 degrees Celsius. This is the peak tourist season. At other times of the year the weather is dry, warm and comfortable for leisure activities.

Attractions in Larnaca

Larnaca is an amazing city that delights tourists with numerous attractions to suit every taste and preference. Some of the most famous sights in Larnaca include:

Lefkara. This is a picturesque village that captivates with its aesthetics and beauty. Here, you’ll find many two-story houses distinguished by their red tiled roofs. The view is breathtaking, but the only downside is that this attraction is located 50 km away from Larnaca.

Stavrovouni Monastery is one of the most famous religious sites. Founded in the 4th century BCE, it houses one of the holiest relics – a fragment of the True Cross acquired in Jerusalem.

Camel Park. To reach this extraordinary attraction, one has to take on a 15-20 minute drive. However, the emotions and experiences one can have here justify any inconvenience. This entertainment appeals to both children and adults who want to get closer to the ‘ships’ of the desert.

Kition – ancient ruins that bear witness to the oldest city. It is the agglomeration where the history of Larnaca began, visible today in real time. According to legend, this settlement was founded by the great-grandson of Noah.

Hala Sultan Tekke Mosque – one of the most famous Muslim sanctuaries in Cyprus. Located near Larnaca Airport on the coast of the Salt Lake, just below the mosque lies the tomb of Umm Haram – a famous woman sometimes associated with the name of the mosque.

Finikoudes Promenade – the city’s main promenade stretching along the beach of the same name. The main highlight of the promenade is its palm trees, which add elegance and luxury to the alley.

Choirokoitia. It is an open-air archaeological museum. Today, this settlement is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The landmark dates back approximately 9,000 years and is located within the territory of Larnaca.

Beaches in Larnaca

Beach tourism in Larnaca is the main attraction that attracts thousands of tourists to the resort. Larnaca boasts a colossal number of beach areas with varying levels of comfort. Some of the most popular beaches in Larnaca include:

Finikoudes Beach is located in close proximity to the promenade. The sand here has a grayish tint but fine texture. It is 500 meters long and its width ranges from 30 to 100 meters. This beach is famous for the numerous palm trees that were planted here in 1922.

Mackenzie Beach holds the “Blue Flag” for the incredible cleanliness of the sea near the coast. This characteristic makes it one of the most popular places for relaxation among locals and visitors. It offers a complete infrastructure for active leisure, including jet skis, water skiing, and catamarans. Visitors can also enjoy windsurfing and diving. Considered the perfect beach for family vacations, it features a gentle entry into the water and shallow depths.

Yanathes Eco Beach also has the “Blue Flag”. The area around the beach is planted with trees, making the air clean and fresh. It has all the necessary facilities for a comfortable stay, including sun loungers, sun umbrellas, changing rooms, toilets, and showers.