Ideally located in an area of great geographical importance, Land of Tomorrow will rejuvenate Larnaka’s coastline that connects the city centre and Larnaka International Airport with the prime coastal tourist areas.
Close to the city’s highly anticipated new marina and the island’s main highway, the development is also within easy reach of all the island’s cities, including the capital of Nicosia and the buzzing seaside city of Limassol. The renowned coastal resort of Ayia Napa is also just a short drive away. As such, Land of Tomorrow will become a key point of reference and a major point of interest in the wider area, positively shaping the future of the Larnaka district while helping to further elevate Cyprus’ reputation as a key investment hub.
A captivating city
With its endless golden coastline and stunning sites to see, Larnaka is a paradise for visitors and locals alike. The winding lanes of its once traditional town centre have recently been given a striking facelift, transformed into a stylish hub of hip bars, eclectic eateries, and charming cafes. Sit and watch the world go by as you sip on the frothy local frappe (iced coffee) or head down for a stroll along the nearby palm-tree-lined Finikoudes Promenade; a popular meeting spot beside the city’s main beach.
A little further afield, beautiful Blue Flag beaches beckon. From family-friendly stretches of sand with all amenities on hand to quiet coves ideal for couples, there are countless spots to take a cool plunge in Larnaka. The city’s notorious Salt Lake also commands attention in the area – a place of natural splendour backed by the Hala Sultan Tekke.
A tale of two worlds
Seamlessly blending old and new, ancient tales come to life around every turn in a seaside resort that seamlessly combines the best of both worlds. A city with a bright future built upon an intricate past, Larnaka is Cyprus’ oldest soul, the longest continually inhabited region of Cyprus, with a fascinating history that dates back 10,000 years.
Once known as the ancient city of Kition, established in the 13th century BC, countless ancient sites stand testimony to the various cultures that have made Larnaka what it is today. In the centre of the city, the Larnaka Medieval Castle stands proud, housing a medieval museum packed with exhibits covering 15 centuries of history. Just a stone’s throw away, the beautiful late 9th-century church of Saint Lazarus is a visitor favourite, befriending the quaint quarter of Skala that tells tales of yesteryear, revived with artistic workshops and ceramics stores.
A lifestyle to savour
A charming and diverse coastal city where modernity meets tradition, Larnaka is a mesmerising Mediterranean paradise with endless things to do and discover. Warm and sunny for much of the year, inhabitants enjoy Blue Flag beaches on their doorstep and undulating countryside just a short drive away. Countless nature trails weave through the nearby rural landscape that surrounds Larnaka, while the nearby foothills of Larnakas' Mountains are home to historic stonebuilt villages, fine boutique wineries, and agrotourism hotels.
What’s more, Larnaka’s advantageous geographical location, modern infrastructure, top-tier services and amenities, and first-class Private English education make the idyllic seaside city one of the most enticing and easily accessible locations to live and rejoice in everything that the modern Mediterranean island of Cyprus has to offer.