Salt Lake - Hala Sultan Tekkesi -Buyuk Camii - Larnaca Castle- Phinikoudes
'LARNACA' is one of the nicest parts of the island. In the 18th century AD it became the commercial centre of the island. 'Salt Lake' is one of the most important wetlands in Cyprus. 'Hala Sultan Tekke', 'Buyuk Camii' will be the nstop in the city just before 'Larnaca Castle'. We drink our coffee in the narrow streets of Larnaca and enjoy the fascinating sea side. Nature, historical sight is all in this tour.
'LARNACA' is one of the nicest parts of the island. In the 18th century AD it became the commercial centre of the island. 'Salt Lake' is one of the most important wetlands in Cyprus. In the summer the water evaporates and salt crystals can be seen. In winter you can see different species of birds besides thousand of flamingoes, wild swans and other migrating birds at the salt lake. We visit 'Hala Sultan Tekke' which is a Holly Place to the Islam World. 'Buyuk Camii' will be the next stop in the city which was built in 16th century by Ottomans just opposite 'Larnaca Castle'. The castle was built by Lusignans but it was rebuilt before 1625 during Ottoman period. Later on it was used as a prison. There is a nice museum inside that one must see. We drink our coffee in the narrow streets of Larnaca and enjoy the fascinating sea side. 'Phinikoudes' is the sea front that is lined with palm trees. You will have free time to swim in wide sandy beaches of Larnaca .
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Nicosia or Kyrenia. If different location is inquired there is an additional price.
End location: Same place as pick up location.
Duration: 6 hours
It may take longer according to the traffic.
Jeep "Renegade" 2017 model.
Transportation is 2017 model brand new Jeep Renegade, entrance fees, coffee or ice cream are included.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 Euro - Entrance fee for historical sight and lunch.
lunch is extra.
I am only licensed to guide you in North Cyprus due to political situation. Therefore I am not allowed to guide you in the Archaeological Sites as a guide in the South Cyprus but I can give you information as a Cypriot.