The balmy seaside, coastal promenade known as Finikoudes, contribute to the picture of Larnaca, the southern coast of Cyprus, Greece. The city’s waterfront is world famous and embellishes its nature and ways of living .As for the magical city side, the old Turkish quarter of Skala with its whitewashed, quaintly dilapidated cottages restores the traditional arts and crafts of the region rendered more exotic by the ceramic workshops. The historicity of the city is well preserved through its monumental glory such as The church of Saint Lazarus, the Halla Sultan Tekke, and The Camares Aqueduct with its medieval Fort. True to its name, which means the Lurnakas, the containers of dead bodies, the city does preserve the remains of Phoenician culture, the cyclopean walls and the ruins of a complex of five temples. For travellers who are more adventures, the city offers an underwater dive to look at the Wreck Of Zenobia, a ship wreck 42 metres under the sea. Art Galleries also add to the eclectic charm of the city. The Cornaro Institute is a cultural centre in Old Town which stages contemporary art exhibitions and cultural events. Do try Loukmdes, a sweet delicacy which would offer a glimpse into the local cuisine.There are countless hotels and hotel apartments in the city which offer accommodation of varying degrees of luxury by the seaside. Golden by the Beach, Adam Beach Hotel, So While Boutique suites, Atlantica Aeneas, The Ciao Stelio, Grecian Park Hotel are some of the frequently visited hotels in the city.