All Inclusive Holidays to Larnaca
Big parties, quiet beach days and historic tours round off a visit to Larnaca. To make the most of this half of Cyprus an All Inclusive holiday is the way to go, giving you the chance to make every moment indulgent.
Larnaca All Inclusive Holidays
What's included in your holiday
The beauty of an All Inclusive break is the chance to unwind, knowing all the details are taken care of. Your arrival at the airport will include transfers to your hotel of choice, which will have all meals included. Most hotels with gym, sauna or spa access will include either full use of those facilities or special packages in an All Inclusive deal, although as with any holiday, it’s a good idea to both read the hotel information.
Other popular holidays in Cyprus
Larnaca is loveable from its heartlands to its coast, but it’s only half the Cyprus story. The island’s western region of Paphos is home to the quieter and more cultured side of Cypriot life, which is also true of the town of Paphos itself. If it’s romance and intrigue you’re after, check out the beauty of Aphrodite Hills, or the more coastal serenity of Coral Bay. That said, we’ve lots of love for both halves of Cyprus, so definitely check out our Larnaca travel guide ahead of your big trip, together with our All Inclusive hotel recommendations below.
Other popular All Inclusive holidays
An All Inclusive Larnaca holiday is packed with possibility
UK airports can whisk you to sunny Larnaca in just four and a half hours, giving you ample time to rest before your lively days and nights. On this side of Cyprus, the sun is always shining, the beach is always bustling and the cocktails flow forever.
As such, going All Inclusive gives you perks aplenty, from waterpark access and discounted tipples to airport transfers and hot meals daily. It also means you can make the most of every part of Larnaca, including the namesake Larnaca City, Cyprus’ third largest urban centre and a shopper’s dream. It’s a similar story in Protaras, although cultural hotspots such as the beautiful church of Ayia Thekla emphasise the town’s historic element. When it’s party time, look to Ayia Napa, one of the liveliest nightlife destinations on the Mediterranean, then sleep off the morning after in the sun on Nissi Beach.
The real headliners here are Nissi Beach and Ayia Napa, whose golden sands host parties, watersports and snacks galore all year round. Look further afield for quieter coastal retreats, such as the family friendly shallows of MacKenzie Beach south of Larnaca City, or the largely unspoilt Faros Beach nearby. If you prefer your coastlines flanked by natural beauty instead of beach bars, the reeds and grasslands cupping Alaminos Beach definitely appeal.
Pools don’t come much bigger than those at this sublime Nissi Beach hotel, which is also a two-minute stroll to the shore. Kids get a pirate-themed range of playground and waterparks activities, which gives the adults time to take in the massive, well-tended garden walks. Tennis courts and football pitches keep you active, and your meals are filling traditional local flavours with portions sure to keep you satisfied.
This beautiful corner of Protaras was recently renovated, so it’s got modern style in every element. The pool is big and inviting, and so is the sauna. Decide which you’ll partake of first during your stroll through the hotel’s garden, then join your fellow guests during the evening for some top entertainment and tasty wines.